Onalaska Thief Busted
An Onalaska man was arrested this week and charged with numerous counts of burglary and theft. Twenty year old Jonathan Huber was arrested Tuesday and charged with 5 counts of burglary, 4 counts of theft and residential burglary. On Monday, an Onalaska Officer reported that his personal vehicle had been entered and an ipod was taken. Through a check of the LeadsOnline system, it was found that the ipod had been pawned at Pawn America by Huber’s girlfriend. The officer’s property was successfully recovered with Pawn America’s cooperation.
Stratman Found NOT Guilty Of Homicide Charge
A "not guilty" verdict for Trisha Stratman...
After about three hours of deliberation on Thursday, a La Crosse County jury has acquitted the former sheriff's officer of negligent homicide. Stratman was driving her squad car to a police call in Holmen when she collided with a car driven by teenager Brandon Jennings. The 16-year-old Holmen student was killed in the crash. Stratman's attorney said the collision was an accident, while state prosecutors portrayed Stratman as unnecessarily endangering the safety of others by driving about 100 miles an hour through a red light to assist in handling a bar fight.
GAB Reverses Tech College Voting ID Rules
State election officials, Wednesday, reversed themselves and will allow technical college students to use their school IDs to vote. Good news to Lee Raasch, President of Western Techincal College.
The board met Wednesday to revisit the college i.d. interpretation. After listening to tech college officials and students argue their school IDs deserve to be included, the board voted 6-0 to allow the practice. Board member Timothy Vocke said the board was wrong in September.
Western Technical College Veteran's Day Program Thursday
A Veteran's Day program will be held at Western Technical College this afternoon....it's free and open to the public. Jeff Shame of Vets For Vets on campus has the schedule of events.
The event is co-sponsored by Western's Vets for Vets Club and Campus Events Committee. They chose to hold it the day before Veterans Day to maximize student
La Crosse Police in Guard Study
La Crosse police say they're studying an intersection in the city. But you get the feeling they already know what the study will say. Cops last week added a crossing guard at the intersection of Crowley and Losey boulevard after urging from some city council members. The plan: study the need for the guard at that intersection throughout the entire school year