District Sees More Say Goodbye
Last year, the La Crosse School District saw 83 employees either retire or resign. So far this year...that number is at 63....with 32 added to that list Monday night. With impending budget cuts and possible layoffs coming, we asked District Human Resources Director, Steve Salerno, if these positions will be filled.
Salerno says he just came back from a recruitment fair in Madison and the line of applicants at their table was longer then any other school there. How many total positions that will be filled.....unknown at this time.
Both Men Arrested For Hougom Murder Claim To Be Shooter
A dispute over who shot Sara Hougom...
Two men arrested this month for the March murder of Hougom appeared together in La Crosse County court today. One suspect, Kong Vue, told police that he shot the young woman in her apartment...but the other, Pao Vue, reportedly told people in the county jail that he was the shooter. A judge heard testimony today from La Crosse police, and from a man recently released from jail. That man, Lucas Brickl, says Pao Vue would watch TV stories in jail about Hougom's death and claim that he shot or killed her. The two defendants will be back in court on May 21st to enter 'not guilty' pleas.
Two Hurt in Three-Car Winona County Crash
An early-morning collision in Winona County leads to hospital trips for two people...
They were in a westbound car on Highway 14 that was hit by an oncoming car crossing the center line. That other car was struck from behind while turning onto 14. Two people from Winona County were in the car that crossed the highway, but they were not injured. The crash occurred around 7 o'clock this morning.
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Obama To Stand With Barrett
(AP) A spokesman for President Barack Obama says the president is proud to stand with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett as he prepares to face Republican Gov. Scott Walker in a recall election. Obama for America Wisconsin state director Tripp Wellde issued a statement Tuesday after Barrett won the Democratic primary. Wellde says, ``President Obama is proud to stand with Tom Barrett and the hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin families who are coming together to move Wisconsin forward.'' The recall election is June 5.