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New garbage rules for La Crosse might not fix the city's curbside trash problem. Livable Neighborhoods president Charlie Weeth is among those who question whether the just-approved regulations will achieve promised results. he suggests the benefits of mandates for more dumpsters at rentals might have been oversold a bit
Weeth says if the volume of garbage is too big for a dumpster then there will still be messes. As there will be if scavengers continue to dumpster-dive and people use the dumpsters illegally.
La Crosse county health employees are working overtime to tackle a growing pertussis problem. The county has 77 confirmed cases of whooping cough since the beginning of last month. Reasons for the outbreak?
Traci Lien is a county public health nurse. She says the majority of the confirmed cases are among teenagers. But older adults lacking booster vaccinations and younger children are very susceptible, too
Will the latest tuition increase across the board hamper efforts by the state colleges and universities to get students from out of state here? Good question says UW-L Chancellor, Joe Gow.
The 5.5% increase approved two weeks ago will take another $400 from students attending UW-La Crosse....higher at the Milwaukee and Madison campuses.
Governor Scott Walker wasted no time in his weekly republican address Saturday, sending out a message that Wisconsin is now going in the right direction after a contentious year.
In his address....he said that the nation should take a look at the changes he has made here...when electing it's next President. And Barack Obama is not making the right changes.
A Winona man has been sentenced to more than 24 years in federal prison on child pornography charges.
57 year old Dennis Chase was convicted last December on six counts of transportation and possession of child pornography.
The indictment alleges that Chase sent pictures and videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct and had images stored on his computer and external hard drives.