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Saturday - January 20, 2018 11:59 am

Trempealeau County chase leads to big drug bust

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Nearly 300 pounds of marijuana nabbed in drug case

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Saturday - January 20, 2018 11:37 am

La Crosse County GOP hears from candidates at caucus

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Candidates for House, U.S. Senate, State Supreme Court attend caucus

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Saturday - January 20, 2018 10:47 am

La Crosse asks for guidance from public on senior centers

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Survey looks for input on center future

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Friday - January 19, 2018 12:25 pm

Altra Federal helping fund Trane Park playground

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Credit union donation to buy "music features" for park

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Embattled WI lawmaker should show decency, step down

18 January 2018

The controversy over sexual misconduct allegations continues to dog the Wisconsin legislature. Milwaukee state representative Josh Zepnick is accused of sexual misconduct by two women, but vows to remain in...

Housing wasn't so good in some parts of town, 58 years ago

Friday, 19 January 2018

In 1960, the La Crosse building inspector and the health officer said many houses didn't have indoor toilets or running water, and were using wells and septic tanks. Most of...

MITCH REYNOLDS PODCASTS

  • 2018-01-19 Work for food
    Evaluating proposals from governor Walker to require work or training for benefits. And the ever-present source of discord, Hiawatha.
  • 2018-01-17 Cops and Roberts
    La Crosse assistant police chief Rob Abraham talks "hug a criminal" and destroys local judges then a retired judge calls in and describes Abraham as "cheap" and then Abraham challenges judge to a (verbal) duel.
  • 2018-01-16 Bond as punishment
    Mitch makes the (vaguely constitutional) argument that bond should serve as deterrent and incentive rather than punishment. Endless mocking commences. And the president's health and why it matters/doesn't matter.
  • 2018-01-15 MLK and shoveling
    Continue to divide in the spirit of MLK and 16-year-old Steven talks about his brand of show shoveling capitalism. Then his mom calls.
  • 2018-01-11 Work for Medicaid
    An explanation and possible justification for the La Crosse police million dollar parking lot. Also, the Trump administration has approved guidelines for those state seeking to tie work to Medicaid benefits, leading to some confustion related to Medicaid, Medicare, disability and Black Lives Matter.