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New drug treatment facility on La Crosse's south side meeting neighbor resistance

Tuesday, 25 July 2017
New drug treatment facility on La Crosse's south side meeting neighbor resistance

Public hearing on building site Monday at city hall. 

WWI solider statue in the works for city of La Crosse

Monday, 24 July 2017
WWI solider statue in the works for city of La Crosse

Korean War monument at Veterans Park was very popular.

Two dead in Winona shooting incident

Monday, 24 July 2017
Two dead in Winona shooting incident

Police find bodies in house after gunfire

Increased parking assessment won't fix parking utility deficit

Monday, 24 July 2017
Increased parking assessment won't fix parking utility deficit

City aiming to collect on maybe $1 million in outstanding tickets. 

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Dollar-50 Per Hour Parking Proposed For La Crosse Ramps

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We still don't know when ticket gates will be fired up in La Crosse's parking ramps...but the city parking board has agreed on what to charge drivers.

A preliminary vote taken by the board on Monday calls for a two-hour grace period, followed by an hourly charge of a dollar-and-a-half. The gates also would be kept on every night of the year. The proposed charge would be tied to a shorter period of free parking on the street...only 90 minutes, instead of the current two hours.

 

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Two Who Call for Help Cited by Police

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A couple guys in La Crosse looking for help from police this

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Dog Stolen, Recovered Quickly

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An apparent stolen dog story has a happy ending this week-end.  A

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Drunk and Ready to Drink Some More

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New La Crosse Cops

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4 new faces will be hitting the streets of La Crosse soon. This after La

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Second Report Filed In Sparta Cop Shooting

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A new report into a Sparta shooting involving a police officer has been

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Minnesota Judge Denies Diocese Requests

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Ramsey County Minnesota Judge John Van de North has decided that documents and information and additional names of priests credibly accused of sexual abuse should be released in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Diocese of Winona.

Van de North also decided that the depositions of Archbishop John Nienstedt and Father Kevin McDonough can be taken as part of a civil lawsuit.

The Archdiocese and Diocese of Winona have fought for years to keep the names and information secret and the Archdiocese has objected to the depositions of both top Archdiocesan officials.

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La Crosse District Makes Sure Kids Get Lunch

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A new survey shows a majority of school districts in Minnesota deny hot

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Franken Wants Propane Solutions

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Last weekend, Minnesota Senator Al Franken, Governor Mark Dayton, and

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Frozen Pipes Have Led To Fires

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Using torches and other fire apparatus to thaw out frozen water pipes is on the increase. So are fires. La Crosse Fire Captain, Dave Schneider tells us that you may think it's safe to just warm up a pipe.

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No fires reported in the La Crosse area. Winona has seen

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Higher income limits for voucher school students a bad idea

21 July 2017

The state of Wisconsin doesn't have an unlimited amount of money to spend. We see that with the billion dollar hole in the state's transportation budget our lawmakers can't fire...

Can I see your drinker's license? A new idea 34 years ago

Monday, 24 July 2017

In the summer of 1983, Assemblyman John Medinger introduced a bill to require anyone between the ages of 18 and 21 in Wisconsin to get a license to drink alcohol....

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