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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.

Search is over for new fire chief of La Crosse

Monday, 22 May 2017
Search is over for new fire chief of La Crosse

City's police and fire commission meet Tuesday to confirm selection.

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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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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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Holmen Police Department Opens Saturday

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Holmen's police department is 40 years old...and until now, the cops have never had a building just to themselves. That changes this weekend, with a Saturday ribbon cutting at the…

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Drawing Leads to District Lockdown

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A drawing found outside the home of a teacher led to extra precautions in the Tomah school district today. The drawing shows the outline of a large building that police…

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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...

Should the city take down a statue? A dilemma, 17 years ago

Monday, 22 May 2017

In the year 2000, the fate of the "Hiawatha" statue in La Crosse's Riverside Park was in the hands of a special study committee. That group was trying to decide...

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MITCH REYNOLDS PODCASTS

  • 2017-05-19
    Elliot and Evelyn co-host
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    The dangers of West Avenue and picking the right pool spot
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    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