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Minnesota man raising awareness for mental illness Four weeks into a really, really long bike ride, Tom Mork is
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It's time for a change on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Actually, lots has already changed when it comes to Wisconsin's highest court. Technically, the race for a seat on the...

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Short High Speed Chase Leads To Arrest

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Companies that cause air pollution are accused of buying members of Congress through campaign contributions...

 

A study by two environmental groups says the lawmakers who get the most money from large polluters are most likely to vote against clean-air bills that could hurt those companies. Four House Republicans from Wisconsin, and Senator Ron Johnson, are labeled as 'villains' for opposing all 13 bills aimed at protecting air quality.  Area Democrats Ron Kind and Tim Walz were on the low end of the contribution scale. They were listed as supporting most, but not all, of the clean air bills monitored by the interest groups.  Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin was listed as Wisconsin's only 'clean air hero.'

 

 

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:55

Vernon County Driver Facing 7th OWI

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A Chaseburg woman is facing her seventh drunk driving charge...

Fifty-eight-year-old Nancy Wall is in the La Crosse County jail, for allegedly driving drunk and violating probation. She was arrested this week in the town of Campbell. Wall was charged with her 5th O-W-I in Vernon County four years ago, but that charge was dropped as part of a negotiated plea.

 

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 10:59

Doyle Has A Panic Button Too

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Attempts to step up Capitol security continued this week with the

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 16:34

Vote on Parking Exemption Area Tonight

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Whereas the alternate side exemption plan around UW La Crosse appears to be

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 16:33

Wisconsin Guard Units Receive Deployment Notification

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Local National Guard soldiers would be among those called up under a

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 12:15

Rep. Doyle Invited To Walker Tailgate Party

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Remember when Governor Walker invited lawmakers of both parties to a cookout after the June recall election?

He's doing the same sort of thing during the football season, bringing Democrats and Republicans to the governor's residence to tailgate before a ball game. Onalaska rep Steve Doyle is on the guest list this Saturday, for a party to watch the Badgers play against Utah State. Democrat Doyle doesn't expect a lot of political talk at that party. but he is encouraged by Walker's efforts to bring members of the two parties together. Doyle tells us he has been trying to promote bipartisanship since joining the Assembly last year.

 

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Eight months after pleading guilty to the murder of a Jackson County man, Aaron Powers is still trying to take back that plea...

Powers will be back in court on September 28th, to argue for a new trial in the shooting death of Terrance Stoen of North Bend. He claims that his previous attorney pushed him into pleading guilty to a reduced charge of reckless homicide last January. Stoen was shot at his home in the fall of 2010, and some of his belongings were stolen, including his truck. Powers had the truck and other items when he was arrested days later in another county.

 

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A La Crosse attorney has been named to chair a branch of the state bar association...

Bernardo Cueto will head the bar's Civil Rights and Liberties section. It's regarded as a recognition of Cueto's criminal defense work and his participation in civil rights cases.  Cueto says the appointment will mean more work, but also more involvement in the area of the law that's his specialty. Cueto has been representing a local watchdog group in its ethics complaint against La Crosse County Administrator Steve O'Malley.

 

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