Yeoman's Appeal Of Attempted Murder Conviction Fails
Five years ago this month, a gunman tried to rob a bar owner in Bangor, and attempted to shoot the man with a gun that wouldn't fire.
Adam Yeoman eventually pled 'no contest' to attempted murder, but appealed his conviction, claiming certain evidence should not have been used to obtain his plea. A state appeals court upholds the evidence, and the conviction. Yeoman claimed the search of his SUV after a police chase was not proper, and said he hadn't been given his rights when telling officers 'you've got the guy.' Yeoman is 26 now, and has more than 20 years left on his prison sentence.
Home Improvement Grants Going To Washburn Neighborhood
One historic La Crosse neighborhood is getting fix-up money from a local charitable group.
Up to 20 homeowners in the Washburn neighborhood south of Cass Street can qualify for Community Foundation grants for painting and other exterior improvements. Grants can run as high as 800 dollars. The Washburn Neighborhood Association will review the applications for funding, and monitor how the improvement projects are going.
Sparta Man Could Get Probation For Aiming Rifle At Cop
A Sparta man who was shot by police last January after pointing a loaded
La Crosse Performing Arts Center Building Named
The board of directors of the La Crosse Performing Arts Center
What To Do With Lakeview
A study currently being done on the future of the Lakeview Health Center in