Loggers owner needs to get through Aug. primary
Anonymous source snitched on woman
Not so fast. That is the message being delivered by Wisconsin's Public Records Board is giving to the state Department of Corrections. The DOC requested permission to delete some videos...
Another fugitive from Wisconsin has been caught in Florida...this time, a La Crosse man suspected in a local shooting incident last month.
Almondo Baker was arrested in Lee County, Florida at about 4 o'clock this morning, after allegedly giving police there a false name. Baker is accused of shooting three people in the legs and abdomen at his home on Farnam Street in La Crosse over Labor Day weekend. Bond in Florida has been set at five thousand dollars, and he could be tried there next month on a fraud charge.
A hiker has been badly injured after falling 70 feet from a bluff near Highway 16...
The La Crosse fire department says the man fell off a trail near Rim of the City Road, while hiking with friends early in the afternoon. Rescuers brought the man to the bottom of the bluff at Highway 16. His name has not been released, and we don't know his condition. This accident comes less than a month after a female hiker was hurt in a fall on Grandad Bluff.
Willie Bittner and Kerry Pischke are the successful Oktoberfest medallion hunters for 2013. The two friends found the medallion Friday morning, while searching at Grandad Bluff Park. Bittner says the medal was at the restrooms, hidden under a leaf.
By WIZM Staff
Around 1:30 p.m. today, a call came in that someone had fallen off the bluff by Rim of the City Rd.
A rescue operation is underway.
Someone who was with the person that fell made the call.
Jim Hillcoat with the La Crosse Fire Dept. said they're coming down just off Hwy. 16, by Bluff Pass, near some storage lockers.
Check back for more details as they come in.
The search is over...
Somebody has found the Oktoberfest medallion for this year, on the fifth day of the hunt. The name of the finder, and the location where the medallion was hidden, will be made public later today. Last year, the search lasted only four days before the medallion was discovered under a bridge at Houska Park.
After spending two years in county jail for hiding the body of a drug overdose victim, Cain Moss says he's ready for a second chance at life.
But first, Moss will have to serve five more years in a state prison. The 27-year-old La Crosse man was sentenced today for giving drugs to Anthony DuCharme, and for dumping DuCharme's body after he died suddenly in the summer of 2011. Judge Todd Bjerke says prison doesn't necessarily deter people who have been addicted to drugs.
DuCharme's relatives asked for a longer prison sentence for Moss, and Moss's own relatives said that his actions have dishonored the family name.