House Speaker Ryan says ACA will remain for "foreseeable future." WASHINGTON -- In a ...
Humane society caring for mistreated animals, costing $1,000 a day. The fate of ...
Incident occured at lunch on Wednesday A Central High School freshman saved his ...
First officer fatality in Wisconsin this year. WESTON, Wis. -- Police in the area ...
La Crosse has nearly $400,000 in preserving property, so far. It's more than a ...

Could be another year to progress the Myrick Zoo duck house

24 March 2017
Could be another year to progress the Myrick Zoo duck house

Restoring the zoo, itself, could cost $13 million.

City of Onalaska gets $242,000 loan

24 March 2017
City of Onalaska gets $242,000 loan

Most of money will be used by police dept. to purchase three vehicles.

Central freshman Ian Brown talks about saving friend's life

24 March 2017
Central freshman Ian Brown talks about saving friend's life

Freshman sprung into action when friend started choking at lunch.

Awards flowing in for Central's Kobe King

24 March 2017
Awards flowing in for Central's Kobe King

Senior will play for the Wisconsin Badgers next season.

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Parking Agreement is Key to New Development

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A major student housing development in La Crosse hinges on parking. The city council will have to approve an exemption for the development from rules regarding the number of mandated…

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Questions Remain on Fate of Prevailing Wage

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Repeal it. Reform it. Hard to say exactly what will happen with Wisconsin's prevailing wage laws now in Madison. Republican lawmakers seem to be divided on the future of the…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Advocacy Group Focuses on Fixed Charge

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A Wisconsin advocacy group will certainly intervene in the latest rate hike request made by Xcel energy. But the higher rates for electricity and natural gas will be less of…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

City to Consider Turning Park Into Home Lots

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La Crosse has dozens of parks. What's one less? The city's public works board will consider that question today. The board will weigh a proposal to decommission tiny Springbrook park…

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As the Salvation Army gears up for some serious sandwich maing for area kids this summer, they will do it under some watchful eyes. La Crosse Police Officer, Lisa Barrix,…

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Thursday - May 28, 2015 7:00 pm

College Piles of Detritus Smaller in La Crosse

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Still a mess left behind by college students moving out in La Crosse in the last few weeks. But not nearly as bad as it was before the city adopted…

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Educator: Drug Messages in Music for Kids

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Exposure to DARE officers in school isn't going to be enough to dissuade many young people from trying drugs. More classroom instruction on drug hazards might be needed, according to…

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Kabat Considering Multiple Parking Options

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Mayor Tim Kabat's not playing around with parking in La Crosse. The mayor has frequently expressed frustration with complications associated with operation of the city's parking ramps. A change in…

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Brewers Great Speaks in La Crosse

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Former Milwaukee Brewer great, Stormin' Gorman Thomas threw out the first pitch at Thursday night's La Crosse Logger opener at Copeland Park. The former AL home run champ, American League…

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Still stalling on redrawing legislative boundaries

23 March 2017

The judge's order was clear. Wisconsin lawmakers were told to redraw the current legislative boundaries by November 1 of this year. The judge ruled the current gerrymandered boundaries were created,...

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