Mitch Reynolds is the News Director at Midwest Family Broadcasting. He covers the internecine agonies of La Crosse city hall. He really likes basketball.
Plan hopes to end employees using public spaces.
Non-residents will be charged, as will contractors.
Walker hopes to make Wisconsin is first
state to drug test for medicaid recipients.
A key endorsement from one city council president against a former one.
La Crosse city council president Dick Swantz says he's backing current city clerk, Teri Lehrke for reelection.
Swantz says Lehrke is the only candidate qualified to do the job of city clerk and believes Audrey Kader would struggle with the responsibilities of clerk.
Kader was council president before Swantz. She's not running for her city council seat in tomorrow's election but is challenging Lehrke instead.
Lehrke has been city clerk since 1993 and has only had an opponent once. Twenty years ago.
Swantz is not running for reelection.
Out-of-towners would be charged per-trip fees foir dumping brush.
Cleveland retires in June
Has argued in the past he's legally selling pot under Minnesota law.
Story of domestic abuse fear helps lead to new state program to protect victims.
Seaquist not giving up frank, candid style for addressing city issues.
Grant funding program for police on the chopping block has been essential for some La Crosse police staffing.