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The tale of the tape: When should police videos be released?

23 September 2016
The tale of the tape: When should police videos be released?

Two shootings, two cities, one released video, other didn't

Health insurance rates keep going up in Wisconsin

23 September 2016
Health insurance rates keep going up in Wisconsin

Yet, only 5.7 percent of Wisconsinites remain without health insurance

Seems only Gov. Walker doesn't want a Wisconsin gas tax

22 September 2016
Seems only Gov. Walker doesn't want a Wisconsin gas tax

Walker's plan falls well short of La Crosse County's needs

5% not too much to ask from state agencies

23 September 2016

Apparently, Wisconsin state government is as good a steward of our tax dollars as it can possibly be. At least if you believe the various agencies which make up our...

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 13:23

Alcohol A Factor In Ahmann Crash Into Swift Creek

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A Winona woman died of accidental drowning after a New Year's Eve crash into Swift Creek in La Crosse...

That ruling comes from the La Crosse medical examiner's office, in the death of 21-year-old Ellie Ahmann. Examiner Tim Candahl says alcohol was a factor in the accident, with Ahmann's blood alcohol level at point-1-6-5. Ahmann's car went off Jackson Street near the brewery, went down an embankment, and traveled on the ice before breaking through and sinking in the creek.

 

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 12:03

Mayo Clinic Buys $8 Million Of Land From Menard's

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Mayo Clinic has finalized the purchase of land near Sand Lake Road in Onalaska. A company spokesman told us that Mayo does not have an immediate plan for the use of the land. Purchase price, $8.3 million. Land equals 187 acres.

Rick Thiesse with mayo tells us that it's an exciting opportunity for them to do long range planning for the future. He says Mayo will evaluate how they can create new, innovative models of care to meet the needs of local communities and bring more Mayo Clinic care to the region.

Thiesse says Mayo will share more details when they have substantive information and are ready to make a formal announcement about the plans.

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:04

Sparta Police Four For Four

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Sparta police are 4 for 4. They have made yet another arrest thanks to their

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:47

Kind Co-Sponsors the Government By the People Act

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The Government By the People Act, is legislation co-sponsored by

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:43

Perner Denied New Trial In Girlfriend's Heroin Death

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There will not be a new trial for a La Crosse area man convicted in a drug overdose death...

A state appeals court has turned down the request of Mitchell Perner, who's serving a 12-year prison term for providing heroin to his girlfriend, Shelby Perkins. He claims that he didn't actually deliver the drug to Perkins, because they both got it at the same time. Perner also argued that the trial jury should have been told that the drug dealer was granted immunity for testifying against him. Perkins died in May of 2010.

 

 

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:16

Shilling Goes To Bat For People With Student Loans

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Going to college comes at a cost to most students...a cost that could take

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:15

Pumphouse Mural Getting Close

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The unveiling of a three-dimensional mural at La Crosse's Pump House is still

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:13

What To Do With Roosevelt

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When the new Northside Elementary school opens in the fall, it will be

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Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:10

Big Visit To A La Crosse School

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Their not the governor and his wife....but when State Superintendent Tony

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