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Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

26 April 2017
Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

"Gun violence isn't occurring from law-abiding citizens," says Wisconsin Carry's Nik Clark.

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Airport Releases Construction Timeline

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Vines Come Down As Cranes Move In

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The long, crawling vines on the building at 101 State St., home to the Joseph B. Funke Candy Co. from 1898 to 1933 and more recently the Ross Furniture store,…

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Fire And Smoke Empty Apartments Above Sawtooth Sam's

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Xcel Rate Hike Hearing Tomorrow

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A public hearing on a proposed rate hike for Xcel energy has been

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Special Meeting on BNSF Tracks This Week

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A deal could come finally this week between the city of La Crosse and the

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Riverside North Plan on Verge of Approval

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Landlord Wants Compensation for Oktoberfest Damage

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Make it easier, not harder, to vote

25 April 2017

The election was rigged. We heard that throughout the course of the recent presidential campaign. It wasn't true of course. There is no evidence of millions of illegal immigrants casting...

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An early case of forensic evidence in a local murder trial, 32 years ago

25 April 2017

On this day in 1985, a Wisconsin appeals court upheld the murder conviction of Terry Shaw of La Crosse. Shaw had been found guilty of the 1981 rape and killing...

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