One is bad, two are worse, especially for children
New ideas being bounced around to pay for state's infrastructure
What does Ron Johnson have against higher education? The U.S. Senator from Wisconsin is trying to backpedal now after his controversial comments about college. Johnson mused that we can replace...
A fatal fight in La Crosse last year may have been motivated more by a debt
They made choices in more than 100 categories, and that wasn't enough...
The new attorney for a Minnesota man convicted of killing a father and son at a La Crosse photography store argues his client's previous lawyers failed him when jurors were selected during his trial. Jeffrey Lepsch's attorney, Steven Zaleski, says the previous lawyers failed to eliminate three jurors who reached a conclusion about his guilt before hearing the case. A prosecutor argues that all three jurors said they would base their verdict on evidence presented in the courtroom.
A hearing on the matter will be held September 4th. If a circuit judge denies the motion for a new trial, Lepsch can take his case to an appeals court.
The Dakota, Minnesota man was convicted of killing 56 year old Paul Petras and his 19 year old son, A.J., on September 15th, 2012 at May's Photo.
It's been three years since new collective bargaining laws did away with