Multiple Wisconsin officials currently in Washington.  MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin has ...
Money will be put toward a 20-year master plan.  A 20-year master plan is in the ...
Intersection by Myrick Park could be closed for several days.  The giant sinkhole in ...
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No drones yet for La Crosse police dept

Wednesday, 26 July 2017
No drones yet for La Crosse police dept

Madison and 18 other public safety agencies use tech. in Wisconsin. 

Ethics complaint against Campbell chairman under investigation

Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Ethics complaint against Campbell chairman under investigation

Focus of complaint is secret while under investigation. 

SOUP reboot raises nearly $2,000 for kids out of foster care

Wednesday, 26 July 2017
SOUP reboot raises nearly $2,000 for kids out of foster care

Crowdfunding group back with new ideas.

City government position could move from elected to appointed position

Tuesday, 25 July 2017
City government position could move from elected to appointed position

Lehrke has been the city's clerk for 24 years, after winning her seventh election.

Medicaid funding changes could cost state $2 billion in first 18 months.

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The 37 year old is charged with disorderly for, apparently, going swimming.

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Dive crews searching for someone near Cass St. bridge

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Person may have been swimming or in raft.

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Two leaders to meet in Germany on Friday.

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Committee approved changes, which move to full council

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New owner changing stores, including Onalaska, to Gander Outdoors.

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City council committee put off voting on ban for months, to pass off to new committee 

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Expert says government acting like it has something to hide and history not on its side.

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That plan, earlier, was seen as unwise, being seen as tossing people off coverage.

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60-year-old hit a fence at Kwit Trip on Lang, then was doing 40 and all over road.

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Higher income limits for voucher school students a bad idea

21 July 2017

The state of Wisconsin doesn't have an unlimited amount of money to spend. We see that with the billion dollar hole in the state's transportation budget our lawmakers can't fire...

How far along was the interstate...52 years ago?

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

In the summer of 1965, Wisconsin lawmakers were working on ways to fund highway projects through bonds, instead of having to impose user fees. Interstate 90 was still a few...

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Ethics complaint against Campbell chairman under investigation https://t.co/pD3TWSYgjT
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No drones yet for La Crosse police dept. Madison and 18 other public safety agencies use tech. in Wisconsin. https://t.co/XJ2SN8F50G
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FAA grants La Crosse airport $540,000 grant. Money will be put toward a 20-year master plan. https://t.co/rewzFIGDiI
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Waukon set for RAGBRAI statewide bike race https://t.co/yl3WVyAJ7z
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Still work to do. Intersection remains closed. Swallowed street light probably not reusable https://t.co/5GDFroC7gP

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