Woman only wanted to charge her cellphone
Prime Minister David Cameron says he'll resign by October
We tend to think of drug abuse as a young person's issue. But a new report finds that is not always the case. In fact, the report from the U.S....
For now, there is no recall election for the La Crosse city council
At least one item stolen from the home of a sheriff's deputy has been found on French Island.
La Crosse County Chief Deputy Jeff Wolf says a tip led to the recovery of a holster taken in the burglary more than a week ago. Wolf says there's no evidence of other similar burglaries in the area. Still missing...two pistols with ammunition, and a yellow Taser.
A two-car crash on Rose Street in La Crosse last night led to a hospital visit by a city policeman.
A driver ran a red light at Rose and Monitor Streets, and collided with an unmarked SUV driven by Officer Tyler Pond. The accident happened around 10 p-m. Pond reported a possible neck injury, and was treated at a hospital. The second driver got a cut on the finger...and a ticket for causing the crash.
Audrey Kader might have to face a recall election early next year...so she's happy to get a prestigious community award right now.
The La Crosse city council president is among this year's winners of the Iverson-Freking Award for public service. Kader addressed the recall effort while accepting the award today at the Bethany St. Joseph Care Center, saying the recognition could 'not come at a better time.' Pastor Kent Johnson and Franciscan Sister Kathy Stuttgen are the other Iverson-Freking honorees. More than 60 people have received the award since it was established in the 1980's. It's named after businessman Carl Iverson and Bishop Frederick Freking.