1 pound extra-lean ground beef 1 bell pepper, any color, chopped 1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 (14.5 ounce) cans diced tomatoes, undrained 2 cups thick &...
1 tablespoon oil4 cloves garlic, minced2 (14½-ounce) cans fat-free reduced-sodium chicken broth1 (15-ounce) can tomato sauce1 (14.5-ounce) can petite diced tomatoes, undrained3 cups mini lasagna or wide egg noodles, uncooked3...
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Good things can happen when people, and communities, work together. That's why there is much excitement about a new mutual aid agreement being developed among fire departments in La Crosse...
La Crosse Loggers owner, Dan Kapanke, was at the Bassmasters Elite Series tournament at Freedom park all four days. His take on the tournament that has not been here since 1984?
Kapanke and his staff were selling Loggers dogs at Freedom Park. One of the worlds top anglers, Skeet Reese, threw out the first pitch at the Loggers game Saturday night.
Jasper, Texas is pretty proud of their very own Todd Faircloth today. As he ventures to the Bassmasters Elite Tourny in Green Bay this week...he takes with him a $100 thousand paycheck. That, after winning the Elite Tourny in La Crosse held over the weekend. Fairlcoth said that he, in no way, thought he would win after a rough day Sunday.
And he did just that. A three and a half pounder with 15 minutes to go in the tourny. He topped Cliff Pace by over a pound.
Here's the top 12 from the Bassmasters Elite Series Tournament held in La Crosse. All weights are in pounds and ounces.
Todd Faircloth 62- 4 $100,000 winner and he automatically qualified for the Bassmasters Classic in February.
Cliff Pace 61- 0
Terry Butcher 60-11
Jamie Horton 59-11
Aaron Martens 58- 1
Terry Scroggins 57-11
Bill Lowen 57-10
Dean Rojas 57- 7
Cliff Prince 55- 0
Stephen Kennedy 54-11
Randy Howell 54- 3
Rick Clunn 48- 5 Clunn was the only angler here that was in the B.A.S.S. tournament held in La Crosse in 1983 and 1984.
Three weeks of testimony have ended...and the Eric Koula murder trial could reach its finish sometime on Monday.
Jurors will get the case after closing arguments in La Crosse County Court. Eric consistently denies killing his parents for money, but he has admitted to lying about a forged check and a threatening note. Eric claims he was shopping for an anniversary present for his wife at the hour that police believe the murders occurred in Barre Mills. The defense suggests that professional killers must have shot Eric's parents, because very little physical evidence was left behind at the crime scene.
A first-time murderer does not necessarily make mistakes that would give him away...
That's what a government agent has testified, as the last witness at the Eric Koula murder trial in La Crosse.
FBI agent Robert Morton was called this morning to comment on crimes committed by first-timers, compared to experienced criminals. Morton says some murderers have learned techniques through TV shows, calling it the 'C-S-I effect.' Eric Koula's defense team argues that professional criminals may have killed Eric's parents, because so little incriminating evidence was left at the scene.
His picture was plastered all over Facebook for a week. Now, Jeremy Trussoni is behind bars . Trussoni was arrested last night after a short foot pursuit with La Crosse Police Investigators in the area of 1000 Avon Street. Trussoni was charged with Armed Robbery, Bailjumping, Obstructing and a local warrant. Trussoni is the suspect in a June 11th armed robbery of a local cab driver. With the help of the La Crosse Police Department Facebook page and a local Crime Stopper tip, Investigators were able to get a general location of Trussoni that led to his arrest.
It took just a couple of days for the La Crosse city council to override the latest veto from Mayor Matt Harter. Harter had Tuesday vetoed a development deal between the city and Kwik Trip, citing concerns about the city using public money to help specific businesses succeed. The city council voted Thursday to override that veto by a vote of 13-2. Jim Bloedorn and Doug Farmer were the only council members who voted to sustain the veto.
The Eric Koula jury is likely to hear one more day of testimony before getting the case...
Judge Scott Horne announced to jurors yesterday that the defense has just one more witness to call on Friday, and the prosecution will have a few more. Otherwise, Horne expects to have closing arguments on Monday, with deliberations beginning later that day. He had expected testimony to last through next Tuesday. Friday will mark the end of the third week of the Koula trial. The West Salem man is accused of killing his parents two years ago for money, after going broke repeatedly in the stock market.
An accident blocked traffic on Highway 14 in southern Minnesota for a couple of hours, west of Lewiston. Late in the afternoon, the Minnesota DOT said the entire highway was blocked. The road was cleared around 6 p.m.