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When police pull over a drunk driver, they'll ask about ailments that keep the driver from performing field sobriety tests. And cops hear some stuff, too. Everything from old football injuries to diabetes. But rarely do they run across guys like Bruce Collins, who they pulled over this week-end after he tried to elude a cop on the streets. He got out of the car with a cast. A broken ankle. No walk and turn test for Collins but he did fail the tests they gave him and blew a .14. His fifth drunk driving arrest.
Nuns in La Crosse apparently thinking a little security these days. Comes after several thefts in the last few months at St Rose Convent. Over a thousand dollars disappearing from an office. A laptop as well. After another couple hundred disappeared over the week-end, the nuns finally called the cops. Depending on who's responsible for the thieving, they're not sure if they want to press charges. But they have started locking the office door.
Hear candidates running for the open seat in Wisconsin's 94th this week on WIZM's La Crosse Talk PM. Lynnetta Kopp, Steven Freng, Jake Speed, Jon Hetland, John Lautz, Steve Doyle, and Cheryl Hancock will be on the April 5th primary ballot to fill the seat left by Mike Huebsch when he became Secretary of Administration for Governor Walker. Each will be highlighted during the week starting Monday during unedited interviews at 4:15 and 5:20 Monday thru Thursday. John Lautz and Steve Doyle interviews on Monday.
There are 118 bald men and women roaming the campus of UW-L today. Not a fad or trend though. A fund raising event that brought in over $10 thousand this weekend for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which supports childhood cancer research.
So that's a lot of hair to clean up...........and as UW-L Sophomore Amanda Abrahamson tells us.....it was all swept up for a good cause. Hair will be donated to various organizations to help clean up oil spills and provide hairpieces to children who have lost their hair because of a medical condition.
This is the third year students in UW-L’s Coate Hall have organized the fundraiser, which raised a total of $22 thousand the first two years.