Ordered no contact with juvenile and away from two homes
Have you been to Moon Tunes yet? The weekly La Crosse concerts in Riverside park have turned out to be a big hit. Local musicians, performing along the shore of...
As soon as La Crosse firefighters responded to an apartment fire last week, they discovered that the flames were coming from an apparent marijuana-growing operation.
Now, two people living in the apartment above a Main Street antique store are facing drug charges. Criminal complaints were filed yesterday against Michael Sloan and Melissa Sader, for reportedly hiding an indoor growing lab inside and under furniture. Sloan appeared in La Crosse County court the day after the apartment fire, on a charge of possessing more than 20 marijuana plants, but the formal charges were not ready yet. Sader claims she didn't know about the marijuana operation. Faulty wiring in the growing system has been blamed for starting the fire.
There may not be a Friday morning parade this week for Oktoberfest, but a
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is set to launch a new heroin awareness campaign.
Van Hollen is set to appear at Madison news conference Wednesday with University of Madison Police Chief Susan Riseling, Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney, Madison Police Chief Noble Wray and Madison Fire Chief Steven Davis to kick off the campaign and highlight heroin's impact on Madison, Dane County and surrounding areas.
The attorney general is slated to hold a number of other news conferences around the state on Thursday to promote the campaign. He's scheduled to make stops in Sheboygan, Appleton, Wausau and Eau Claire.
Jackson County sheriff's officials want to question the son of a missing Town of Hixton man.
Investigators say the 20-year-old son may armed and dangerous and mentally unstable. Sheriff Duane Waldera says foul play has not been ruled out in the disappearance of the 57-year-old father, who has been missing for more than a week.
A family member went to the residence the father and son shared and spotted someone trying to hide inside the house. The relative called the sheriff's department. Deputies arrived and didn't find anyone at the house.
The Salvation Army in La Crosse is searching for a big donor who could help with the upcoming red kettle drive...
Julie Nelson at the Salvation Army says an anonymous donor offered to match one day's kettle collections last year up to $50,000, and the goal was reached. But that donor is unable to repeat the offer this year. Nelson says the organization is contacting businesses and community groups now, to see if someone else could afford to match kettle contributions.