Record Amount Of Drugs Collected
It’s obvious from the results that this is a needed program......the words from Onalaska Police Officer Jason Jobe as he summed last weekend's drug drop off program which was held at 3 different sites in the area. A record 1200 pounds of medications and controlled substances were dropped over.......some coming in zip lock freezer baggies. But Jobe says that was nothing.
Shilling Says Session Grade Was An Incomplete
Did the Governor's special sesion on jobs really focus on jobs? Not to State Senator, Jennifer Shilling.
And for that she gives a grade of incomplete to the special session. No word yet if Governor Scott Walker will call for another special session in December.
Snow Is On The Way
A winter storm watch goes into effect tonight and into tomorrow. The National Weather Service's, Todd Shea, tells us what we can expect.
He says there is a potential for six or more inches of wet, slushy snow across the area by midday Wednesday.
Evidence At Stratman Trial Includes Photo Of Bottle In Victim's Car
Law officers testifying at a La Crosse homicide trial are being asked today about a bottle of vodka found inside the car of a teenage driver who was killed.
Jurors were shown a photo of the bottle discovered in Brandon Jennings's car after his collision with Sheriff's Deputy Trisha Stratman on Highway 35. Tests showed that 16-year-old Brandon had no alcohol in his system at the time of the crash. Other testimony today has dealt with what speed Stratman was driving while on the way to a police call. Trooper Jeremy Ver Gowe answered an attorney's questions about where the two cars would have been at the time of the crash. Ver Gowe estimates that Stratman was moving up to 90 miles an hour at the moment she hit the Jennings car.
Arcadia Going To The Voters For Moolah
In Arcadia.....the current building that houses K-8th students is about 100 years old. It uses up to three times as much energy as a more efficient system. And the problem couldn't be easily addressed because the school couldn't afford to upgrade the building to comply with current zoning laws. And there's more.