Election Count Down
Teen allegedly displayed knife in East Towne Mall A black teenager whose arrest at a ...
Raises new questions with Clinton, inner circle WASHINGTON -- Television cameras ...
Judge denies Williams release from jail La Crosse police saw Albert Williams III's ...
Fourth fire death for the year in La Crosse A fire this week in La Crosse has led to ...
Convictions have occurred in multiple couties When La Crosse police said they were ...

Study says Act 10 hasn't had negative impact, though schools would disagree

26 June 2016
Study says Act 10 hasn't had negative impact, though schools would disagree

Twelve teachers from West Salem retired after law was passed

CDC report says nasal flu vaccine ineffective

26 June 2016
CDC report says nasal flu vaccine ineffective

La Crosse County won't carry vaccine

Clinical trials halted because cancer drug was so effective

26 June 2016
Clinical trials halted because cancer drug was so effective

Gundersen seeing a lot more lung cancer patients, and this drug could help

Man pleads not guilty to violent rape in La Crosse

24 June 2016
Man pleads not guilty to violent rape in La Crosse

Woman only wanted to charge her cellphone

Drug abuse not just a young person's problem

24 June 2016

We tend to think of drug abuse as a young person's issue. But a new report finds that is not always the case. In fact, the report from the U.S....

PEOPLE POLL
Should Businesses be held liable for violence in their Gun Free Zone?
Should Businesses be held liable for violence in their Gun Free Zone?
You must select at least one item to vote!
News

News

Friday, 28 March 2014 10:56

UW-L #1 For Campus Alcohol Arrests

Written by

When it comes to campus arrests for alcohol in 2012, UW-La Crosse came in

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Friday, 28 March 2014 09:15

Heroin Task Force Issues Report On Schedule

Written by

La Crosse County's Heroin Task Force makes its report...

The study group had set a deadline of six months for making suggestions to deal with the local rise of heroin use. Members made that deadline this week by proposing ideas for reducing access to drugs, improving overdose interventions, and providing treatment for heroin users. County board chair Tara Johnson thanked the task force for making more people aware of the problem.

 

Committee members have volunteered to serve on smaller groups that will continue to monitor the goals of the task force.

 

 

 

 

 

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52

Two months ago, Reavon Taylor of La Crosse was charged in central Wisconsin with a woman's death from a drug overdose.

Taylor has now been bound over for trial in Clark County, and he's scheduled to plead 'not guilty' on April 17th. Monica Cooper was 19 when she died in Neillsville two years ago, after reportedly getting heroin from Taylor. The 27-year-old Taylor officially remains a prisoner of La Crosse County on misdemeanor charges. He's also believed to have been the intended target in a La Crosse shooting last year, for which another man is waiting to be tried for attempted murder.

 

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Friday, 28 March 2014 08:18

Hixon Forest Trails Closed

Written by
Starting today, the city of La Crosse has closed the hiking trails in

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52

With a partial veto, governor Walker still didn't make any friends with those

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Friday, 28 March 2014 08:15

Neighborhood Conference Tomorrow

Written by

La Crosse mayor Tim Kabat has touted the rehab of neighborhoods since he

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Thursday, 27 March 2014 12:39

Governor Walker Busy Signing Bills Today

Written by

Madison - Today, Governor Scott Walker signed legislation to assist people struggling to pay high heating bills as a result of the propane shortage and bitter cold winter. Under Assembly Bill 770, the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) will administer the emergency heating assistance loan guarantee program. To be approved for emergency heating assistance, applicants must have a household income no higher than 200 percent of the median income of their county, they cannot be eligible for conventional financing, and they must demonstrate reasonable ability to repay the loan. "The propane shortage affected residents and business owners all around the state, and left many with unexpectedly high heating bills that they cannot pay in full," said Governor Walker. "This emergency heating assistance loan guarantee program will help families make ends meet and offers some relief from the burden created by the propane crisis." Assembly Bill 770 - creates an emergency heating assistance loan guarantee program. It will allow families to obtain financing of up to $2,500 through a participating lender with a guarantee of 50 to 80 percent on original amount borrowed. Assembly Bill 770 makes financing more affordable by providing a one-time payment of 3.5 percent to reduce the interest rate on the loan. The bill passed the Assembly 94-1 and unanimously passed the Senate; it is Act 175. In addition, Governor Scott Walker signed the following bills into law, including one partial veto, and issued one full veto. Senate Bill 20 - expands the residency requirement for election observers to allow individuals from the county to serve, as opposed to only the municipality or ward. The bill passed the Senate 17-16 and the Assembly 56-38; it is Act 147. Senate Bill 377 - requires that the Election Day registration audit of voter addresses, which is already conducted under current law, be submitted to the GAB, published on GAB's website, and included in their annual report to the Legislature. The bill passed both the Senate and the Assembly on a voice vote; it is Act 148. Senate Bill 548 - charges the GAB with notifying electors who have not voted in the last four years that they must re-register. GAB has already begun this process for municipalities, so tasking them solely with this duty will reduce duplicate mailings and result in savings for municipalities. The bill passed the Senate on a voice vote and the Assembly 62-31; it is Act 149. Senate Bill 640 - makes the Legislative Reference Bureau's suggested changes to the form for certain residential or construction contracts. The bill passed the Senate and the Assembly on a voice vote; it is Act 150. Senate Bill 641 - corrects provisions of statute by supplying omissions and eliminating defects. The bill passed the Senate and the Assembly on a voice vote; it is Act 151. Senate Bill 643 - clarifies language relating to county aid for town bridges and culverts to state that the petition should include a description of the location and size of the project. The bill passed the Senate and the Assembly on a voice vote; it is Act 152. Senate Bill 655 - modernizes campaign finance laws by allowing electronic filing of finance reports, as opposed to the need for hard copies, updates contribution limits which have not been adjusted since 1973, and clarifies that news stories do not count as contributions or disbursements. The bill passed the Senate 17-16 and the Assembly 54-37; it is Act 153. Assembly Bill 19 - requires plaintiffs to disclose claims they have filed or anticipate filing against asbestos trusts to prevent double dipping. This legislation does not prevent victims from filing claims and will ensure the solvency of the asbestos trust. The bill passed the Assembly 55-38 and the Senate 17-16; it is Act 154. Assembly Bill 89 - relates to the method of reporting election returns. Creates efficiencies and cost savings by allowing municipalities with a population of more than 35,000 to combine election returns for any ward with 20 or fewer returns for any adjacent ward, subject to limitations. The bill passed the Assembly and the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 155. Assembly Bill 161 - relates to injunctions of state statute. Currently, if an injunction is issued, appeals are discretionary. This bill states that injunctions can be immediately appealed as a matter of right. The bill passed the Assembly 60-36 and the Senate 18-14; it is Act 156. Assembly Bill 288 - relating to municipal and consolidated library funding. Eliminates inequality in library service by allowing counties to bill adjacent counties for services provided regardless of whether that county has a consolidated public library. The bill passed the Assembly and the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 157. Assembly Bill 360 - clarifies rules regarding emergency detention or involuntary commitment, including changes to the standards of dangerousness the law enforcement official take into account when considering a commitment and repeals the rule that an involuntary commitment of an inmate ends on the date of their release on parole or extended supervision. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 158. Assembly Bill 396 - requires that special voting deputies be present at adult family homes, community-based residential facilities, and residential care apartment complexes when there is absentee voting. The bill passed the Assembly 56-38 and the Senate 17-16; it is Act 159. Assembly Bill 420 - requires that nomination paper, recall, and referendum petitions include the legibly printed name as well as the signature of the signer, along with the address and date of signing. The bill passed the Assembly 53-38 and the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 160. Assembly Bill 435 - clarifies the admission process and review of petitions on behalf of minors aged 14 or older who are voluntarily participating in inpatient treatment for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 161. Assembly Bill 558 - adds clarifying language relating to carrying a firearm in public buildings. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 162. Assembly Bill 559 - removes out-of-date statutory language relating to the Department of Transportation including the requirement that the Department submit documentation about the security interest in a vehicle to the register of deeds. Also replaces a special group license plate for female veterans with special group license plates for female veterans in each of the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. The bill passed the Assembly and was concurred by the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 163. Assembly Bill 560 - requires a 12-person jury in all criminal cases and removes the requirement that the clerk of court keep the names of notaries public in the register of officials. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 164. Assembly Bill 561 - corrects errors in existing statute. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 165. Assembly Bill 562 - corrects errors in existing statute. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 166. Assembly Bill 563 - corrects errors in existing statute relating to the statute of limitations for repeated sexual assault of a child and the suspension of licenses for those with felonies or misdemeanors who carry concealed weapons. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 167. Assembly Bill 564 - corrects errors in existing statute. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 168. Assembly Bill 565 - repeals the schedule of elections that is stated within the subchapter II of Chapter 10, Wisconsin Statutes, as according to GAB, local clerks use the election calendar provided by the Board. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 169. Assembly Bill 566 - suggested by the Department of Children and Families, this bill clarifies statutes related to children. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 170. Assembly Bill 567 - clarifies statutes relating to public records access and removes out-of-date references. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 171. Assembly Bill 568 - clarifies laws relating to the publication and effective date of administrative rules. The bill passed both the Assembly and the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 172. Assembly Bill 569 - corrects errors in existing statute. The bill passed both the Assembly and Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 173. Assembly Bill 606 - changes the number of required signatures of electors to not less than 100 and not more than 200 for candidates for alderperson in smaller cities. The bill passed the Assembly and the Senate on a voice vote; it is Act 174. Senate Bill 324 - Governor Walker signed Senate Bill 324 pertaining to early voting, with a partial veto of Sections 1 and 2. With the changes from the partial veto, early voting is not limited to 45 total hours per week for statewide elections, but maintains the requirement for more uniform voting hours across the state: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., similar to uniform voting hours on the actual election day. Governor Walker also vetoed the provision requiring municipalities to provide compensation to individuals who assist with in-person absentee voting, and eliminated the appropriation as it would create a new state expenditure for a function historically handled by local governments. The bill passed the Senate 17-16 and the Assembly 56-38; it is Act 146. Senate Bill 628 - Governor Walker issued a veto of Senate Bill 628 in its entirety. Due to the way raffles are conducted and regulated, the changes proposed in the bill threatened the exclusive rights of the Indian tribes to conduct Class III gaming.

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Thursday, 27 March 2014 10:58

Pay To Park Begins Soons

Written by

They started installing ticket gates months ago...At last, the city of LaCrosse

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52
Thursday, 27 March 2014 10:56

Library Task Force Meets

Written by

It was a September surprise for many library users in La Crosse last year,

Comment

Last modified on Monday, 25 May 2015 08:52

TWITTER FEED

1410 WIZM
Friiiiday!! We made it. Mike for Mark has the details of a nice weekend ahead. It's Update Friday, we'll check in... https://t.co/dZ5MeHlChw
1410 WIZM
Another record crowd for Moon Tunes in La Crosse! Bob Dylan tribute with Cheech and the Mayer Brothers Band... https://t.co/MqOQhUqpFQ
1410 WIZM
His own Facebook videos bust him. Williams' bond set at $50k. https://t.co/TG82r0wC4D
1410 WIZM
Questions about smoke detectors? FD says call them https://t.co/yM2ZE0XB2r

MITCH REYNOLDS PODCASTS

  • 06-22-2016
    Reaction to democratic sit-in in congress
  • 06-21-2016
    Prohibiting gun sales for those on a terror watch list.
  • 06-17-2016
    Drug testing for the rich and sharia teaching in schools
  • 06-15-2016
    What if a police officer gets arrested for drunk driving?
  • 06-14-2016
    Orlando fallout and Donald Trump