House Speaker Ryan says ACA will remain for "foreseeable future." WASHINGTON -- In a ...
Humane society caring for mistreated animals, costing $1,000 a day. The fate of ...
Incident occured at lunch on Wednesday A Central High School freshman saved his ...
First officer fatality in Wisconsin this year. WESTON, Wis. -- Police in the area ...
La Crosse has nearly $400,000 in preserving property, so far. It's more than a ...

Could be another year to progress the Myrick Zoo duck house

24 March 2017
Could be another year to progress the Myrick Zoo duck house

Restoring the zoo, itself, could cost $13 million.

City of Onalaska gets $242,000 loan

24 March 2017
City of Onalaska gets $242,000 loan

Most of money will be used by police dept. to purchase three vehicles.

Central freshman Ian Brown talks about saving friend's life

24 March 2017
Central freshman Ian Brown talks about saving friend's life

Freshman sprung into action when friend started choking at lunch.

Awards flowing in for Central's Kobe King

24 March 2017
Awards flowing in for Central's Kobe King

Senior will play for the Wisconsin Badgers next season.

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 9:42 pm

Viroqua Man Gets Prison For Child Porn

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THE FEDS COULD BE WATCHING A VIROQUA FARMER FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE, TO MAKE SURE HE DOESN'T HANDLE CHILD PORNOGRAPHY AGAIN. RICHARD WILLIAMS IS 64, AND HE'S BEEN…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 9:40 pm

Room Tax For Stadium Could Become Permanent

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A LITTLE EXTRA MONEY COULD BE ON THE WAY TO THE LA CROSSE CENTER AND THE CITY VISITOR BUREAU IN A COUPLE OF YEARS... THE C-V-B IS ASKING THE CITY…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 6:34 pm

More CFL Disposal Options Sought

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If you're going to sell them, you should help people get rid of them. That's essentially the philosophy that Ace Hardware of La Crosse manager Jeff Roble says his store…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 6:28 pm

Plastics Recycling Not Coming Quickly in La Crosse

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Plastics recycling in La Crosse won't happen this week. This month. Maybe not for a few months. Although the city council has approved a program to start recycling some plastics,…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 5:35 pm

Kapanke Opposes Health Care Bill

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Dan Kapanke is taking action. The state senator has drafted a resolution that would give attorney general J.B. Van Hollen the authority to file a lawsuit against the feds after…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 1:18 pm

Repeat Drunk-Driver Avoids More Prison Time

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He's already been to prison on other charges...but a La Crosse man can avoid more prison time if he can keep himself from driving drunk again. Twenty-three-year-old Jared Hellerud will…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 1:16 pm

Bomb Threat Leads To Tomah High School Search

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Not your normal class day when a bomb-sniffing dog shows up at school. A La Crosse police bomb dog was called to early-morning duty at Tomah High School today, after…

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Tuesday - March 23, 2010 11:42 am

Gundersen CEO: Healthcare Reforms are Good Start

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Health care legislation passed in Washington this week certainly has its critics. But it's not all bad says Gundersen Lutheran CEO Jeff Thompson. He likes some of the insurance reforms…

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Monday - March 22, 2010 9:27 pm

Kind Says Opposition To Health Bill Was About Obama

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PRESIDENT OBAMA IS EXPECTED TO SIGN A HEALTH CARE REFORM BILL TUESDAY...SOMETHING THAT MANY AMERICANS HOPED WOULD NOT HAPPEN. CONGRESSMAN RON KIND OF LA CROSSE SAYS HE DECIDED OVER THE…

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Still stalling on redrawing legislative boundaries

23 March 2017

The judge's order was clear. Wisconsin lawmakers were told to redraw the current legislative boundaries by November 1 of this year. The judge ruled the current gerrymandered boundaries were created,...

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