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YMCA event raises $20,805 for cancer survivor program

Tuesday, 27 June 2017
YMCA event raises $20,805 for cancer survivor program

Second annual Riders for Survivors even bigger than first.

If Senate is forced to vote this week, Ron Johnson is out on GOP new health care bill

Tuesday, 27 June 2017
If Senate is forced to vote this week, Ron Johnson is out on GOP new health care bill

 Wisconsin Sen. goes from undecided Sunday to out by Monday evening.

New parking rules could mean more tickets in downtown La Crosse

Tuesday, 27 June 2017
New parking rules could mean more tickets in downtown La Crosse

Police more strictly clarifying the two-hour parking limit.

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West Salem School District To Go Ahead With Referendum

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A year ago, voters in West Salem shot down a multi-million dollar school

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Health Exchange Enrollments On Rise

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The Obama administration and its partners are shifting into high gear in the

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Tuesday - January 27, 2015 10:06 am

Viking Cruise Lines Coming

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Viking boats may be coming to La Crosse in a couple of years...not with

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Davids Votes For Flood Bill

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On Monday, the Minnesota House voted 132-0 in favor of a disaster relief

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Bad 20's Going Around

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Someone's floating bad bills in Minnesota. Cops in Winona are looking

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Dells Cops Look For Missing La Crosse Man

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Police in Wisconsin Dells have been looking for a La Crosse man missing for

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Study Shows Negatives of Right-to-Work

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 A new study casts doubt on the economic benefits of hurting union

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Chase Ends With Tackle, Car on Snowbank

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Driver Asleep at the Wheel

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More than a few drunk driving arrests La Crosse police are counting up after

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Baldwin Ousts Staffer Over Tomah Investigation

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US Senate Democrat Tammy Baldwin now admits she could have done more to seek federal action involving the over-prescription of painkillers at the V-A Medical Center in Tomah. In a column submitted to Wisconsin newspapers, Baldwin said her office should have done a better job "listening to and communicating with" a second constituent whom her office was working with on problems at Tomah. Whistle-blower Ryan Honl said he tried working with Baldwin's office, after learning that she stayed publicly silent on a report from the V-A last August that responded to a complaint about the Tomah drug matter as early as last March. This morning, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that Baldwin fired her Number-two Wisconsin staffer after she reportedly asked Honl not to expose the matter publicly for fear that she'd get fired. Baldwin defended part of her actions, saying the V-A had not revealed in April or June that its Inspector General's office had uncovered similar problems. She never sought a Senate committee investigation until after the Center for Investigative Reporting recently uncovered that the numbers of prescription pain-killers at Tomah rose 500-percent from 2004-through-2012, even with fewer patients. The center also said a veteran died from an over-prescription. Baldwin said she has spoken with U-S Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald -- and he plans to launch a new investigation into the Tomah facility.

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You can't protect free speech by limiting it

23 June 2017

It is good that Wisconsin lawmakers are concerned about free speech. But it makes no sense to protect free speech by limiting free speech. But that is exactly what the...

The courts take a stand on Wisconsin reapportionment, 55 years ago

Monday, 26 June 2017

The U-S Supreme Court decided to settle a dispute over the drawing of political districts in Wisconsin...in June of 1962. The La Crosse Tribune ran an editorial asking if the...

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