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Fifteen-cent raise on tap in 2018 for MN minimum wage earners

Thursday, 17 August 2017
Fifteen-cent raise on tap in 2018 for MN minimum wage earners

First inflation adjustment to state minimum.

La Crosse police: Video shows police-involved shooting

Thursday, 17 August 2017
La Crosse police: Video shows police-involved shooting

54-year-old La Crosse man was shot and killed by two officers 

Veterans get expanded college assistance under new GI Bill

Thursday, 17 August 2017
Veterans get expanded college assistance under new GI Bill

Total government spending expected to be more than $100 billion over 10 years

Republican leaders dance around Trump remarks

Thursday, 17 August 2017
Republican leaders dance around Trump remarks

“You got racism ... on both sides,” a former GOP chair said. “Trump has zero fault here. None.”

They just might get an agreement before we bid the old year goodbye...

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Norovirus Ready To Strike

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Zein All Over School Districts

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Dodging a budget bullet, twice in two years. Library funding was our

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The Interview Shown In Sparta

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Sony Pictures put out a list of about 300 theaters in nearly every state that

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A few local lawyers who want to be a judge probably won't know until early in

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Billings Backs Ideas To Check Prescription Records Of Drug Users

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The battle against heroin addiction in Wisconsin may gain some ground in

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Walker Stands By Election Promise; No More Common Core

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On a stop in La Crosse last week, Governor Scott Walker cemented his

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Protests Continue In Milwaukee

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MILWAUKEE (AP) Scores of protesters who surrounded the main entrance to the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, demanding justice for a black man who was killed by a white police officer, have now retreated back to the street.

Dozens of police formed a path through the protesters with their bodies to allow Bucks fans to enter the arena Tuesday night. After the protesters dropped back, chanting ``black lives matter,'' officers formed a line to guard the main entrance.

The demonstrators marched to the arena from the park where 31-year-old Dontre Hamiton was shot by officer Christopher Manney in April.

The protests follow Monday's announcement by Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm that Manney would face no criminal charges.

Around 75 protesters gathered in the park, chanting ``No justice, no compromise'' before the march.

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WEDC to watch our tax dollars in Foxconn deal, but who is watching WEDC?

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It is potentially the biggest deal in the state of Wisconsin's history. Lawmakers are trying to formalize a $3 billion incentive package to lure Foxconn, and its promise of 10,000...

Mr. Burke became a Father, 42 years ago

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Raymond Burke returned home to La Crosse in the summer of 1975, just after being ordained as a priest in Rome by Pope Paul VI. Father Burke was 27 years...

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