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A 'guilty' plea from Malachi Hankel...

He's the Madison man who sold heroin to Tom Tremain of Barre Mills in September. Tremain died of a drug overdose, shortly after Hankel gave him a ride from Madison back to his home. As a result of the plea agreement, Hankel is likely to avoid prison time, but will be recommended for probation.  Hankel will be sentenced April 1st on the reckless homicide charge.

 

 

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Thursday, 13 February 2014 22:43

Gas Station Robber Sought

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Video surveillance may prove key in solving a robbery in La Crosse on Thursday.

 

Police say the Clark station on Rose street was robbed at about three in the afternoon. A guy demanded money, pushed the store clerk out of the way, grabbed some cash and took off. Witnesses saw the guy run away. Police recovered a weapon at the scence and they say they're reviewing surveillance video of the crime. In the meantime, cops are searching for a white male, approximately 5 7 and thin build. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black stocking cap, sunglasses, dark colored pants and black shoes with white stripes. No work on how much cash the perp grabbed from the store.

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Thursday, 13 February 2014 22:42

Water Main Broken At Ward Ave.

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Deep frost is keeping the city of La Crosse from fixing a water main break on Ward Avenue...

The break happened yesterday, and Mark Johnson of the water utility office says a contractor is being called in to dig through the frost to get to the damaged pipe. Johnson says traffic on Ward near the site of the break has been restricted for now.

 

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A Wisconsin appeals court rejects a claim of courtroom bias in a La Crosse County drunk driving case...

The appeals judges have ruled that La Crosse Judge Ramona Gonzalez was not biased when she sentenced Jesse Herrmann to 31 years in prison for a Highway 35 crash that killed a young woman. Herrmann argued that Gonzalez showed bias at the sentencing hearing in 2011, when she spoke about losing a sister years earlier in a drunk-driving accident. The appeals court calls it a 'close case,' but rules that it's common for circuit judges to speak in court about cases in which they were victims. They said it shows that a judge understands the severity of a case, and can identify with the victims.

 

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 15:03

Onalaska Police Investigating Sexual Assault

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Onalaska Police are working a sexual assault case and are asking for your

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 14:55

Onalaska Police Ask For Help With Stolen Car

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Onalaska Police are asking for your help in gathering more information about

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:42

Onalaska Talks Ash Borer Tonight

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Onalaska city leaders are holding open house tonight to gather public

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:28

2 Governor's Winners Are Local

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The Governor's Council on Financial Literacy announced the recipients of the

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:20

Solar Jobs In Minnesota Growing

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Between 2012 and 2013, solar related jobs in Minnesota jumped 73 percent. Due

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