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Mississippi approaching flood stage

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Water at Riverside Park has gone up 3 feet in 3 days

Trump's $4.1 trillion budget relies on deep domestic cuts

Tuesday, 23 May 2017
Trump's $4.1 trillion budget relies on deep domestic cuts

Plan, outlined in White House summary documents, will be released today.

Walker talks budget, Trump after meeting students in Galesville

Monday, 22 May 2017
Walker talks budget, Trump after meeting students in Galesville

"He's got a good cabinet. Arguably one of the best. At least in modern history," Walker said of Trum...

City to end unlimited street parking on weekends, holidays

Monday, 22 May 2017
City to end unlimited street parking on weekends, holidays

Downtown Mainstreet business group lobbied for the change.

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Man Killed on Highway by Falling Tree

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A freak accident over the weekend killed a man from West Salem. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 50 year old Wayne Burkhardt was killed when a tree fell from…

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More Artist Venues Will Inspire More Art

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Fans of the performing arts had plenty of chances this weekend to sample local talent during the Artspire festival downtown. There could be more performances to bring audiences to the…

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Inmates at Work on GED

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School is on in the summer, for inmates at the La Crosse County jail. Through a program involving Western Technical College, prisoners in the jail can work on their high…

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Hearing Scheduled for New CP Line in La Crosse

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A public hearing in La Crosse city hall this week for another proposed rail expansion in the city. Thursday afternoon's hearing will focus on the petition by Canadian Pacific to…

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A volunteer, life-saving group is only asking La Crosse city hall to use a small patch of land. The La Crosse Dive Team is back in front of the city's…

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Local GOP Head Disagrees Bucks Deal Hurts Walker

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A possible political liability, some analysts are saying, about governor Walker's decision to push a taxpayer-funded Milwaukee Bucks arena deal. Something that could haunt him on the presidential campaign trail.…

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Brennan Predicts Slower Shipping Season

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Maybe a little less barge traffic on the Mississippi this year. La Crosse-based Brennan Marine predicts that for the 2015 shipping season. The company says barge demand is flattening. In…

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Drug drop-offs working well

22 May 2017

That is a lot of drugs. Which could have ended up in the wrong hands, or on the street. People in Wisconsin were clearly eager to properly dispose of expired...

Losey Boulevard needed work, 59 years ago

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

In May of 1958, the L.G. Arnold Company of Eau Claire was the low bidder for a concrete paving project on Losey, from State Road south to Ward Avenue. The...

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MITCH REYNOLDS PODCASTS

  • 2017-05-19
    Elliot and Evelyn co-host
  • 2017-05-18
    The dangers of West Avenue and picking the right pool spot
  • 2017-05-17
    Assistant La Crosse police chief talks Losey, uniform use of force rules.
  • 2017-05-16
    The new Norplex guardrail and the latest White House crisis
  • 2017-05-11
    Mayor Tim Kabat and his priorities