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Friday, 02 November 2012 13:39

Runaway Mom Gets Jail Over 1990's Custody Battle

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A runaway mother from La Crosse County will get a chance to return to the lives of her children...but first, she'll have to spend a year in jail.

Gretchen Kammel will serve the jail time as part of a five-year probation sentence for taking her kids with her in a custody battle years ago. Kammel skipped the original sentencing in 1998, and left her three children behind until this year. Two of the grown children asked a judge today to let their mother avoid jail.

 

Kammel apologized to her kids and their two fathers. Judge Ramona Gonzalez said that she made a mistake years ago by releasing Kammel from jail...not realizing that Kammel would disappear for over a decade.

 

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Friday, 02 November 2012 12:37

Will Domestic Violence Raise Eyebrows In Madison

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A dozen Wisconsin legislators are demanding an independent investigation of

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Friday, 02 November 2012 11:14

New Gas Lines For Western Wisconsin

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The state’s largest natural gas utility is considering a new pipeline in

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Friday, 02 November 2012 06:46

Logan Makes Another Stop on Improbably Run

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One of La Crosse's high school football teams continues a historic run of

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Friday, 02 November 2012 06:45

Market Canopy Going Up This Fall

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No farmer's market today in La Crosse's Cameron park.  The season's

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Friday, 02 November 2012 06:44

Smartphone App Gives Hunters Heads Up on Sun Times

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Hunters around Wisconsin have had the experience of being out in the field

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Friday, 02 November 2012 06:43

Fraud Alert for Sandy Scams Comes from Regulators

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The Hurricane Sandy recovery effort is on.  And so are the scams, says

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An alleged attack on a jailhouse 'snitch' leads to a guilty plea in La Crosse County...

Houaka Yang will be sentenced in January for beating a friend of murder victim Sara Hougom. That friend, Lucas Brickl, testified that he was in jail when he heard fellow prisoner Pao Choua Vue brag about killing Hougom. Yang and a cousin of Pao Vue reportedly attacked Brickl in retaliation for his testimony, the night before Vue reached a plea agreement in the Hougom case. Yang could get about three years in prison for the beating.

 

 

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Wednesday, 31 October 2012 18:50

Sign-up For May 4th Half Marathon Begins Thursday

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The city of La Crosse decided to get out of the marathon business this year, but it's working to improve the half-marathon run every May.

Registration for the 13-mile run starts today with the city park department. The marathon and half-marathon were both introduced in 2009 as part of the city Fitness Festival, but coordinator Jessica Robey says La Crosse's odd layout between the river and the bluffs made it hard to host a 26-mile foot race. Besides that, participation in the long race was pretty small.

 

People signing up now for the half marathon can get in on an early bird entry fee, before the price rises in January.

 

 

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