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Millions targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules

22 February 2017
Millions targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules

Those charged, convicted or suspected of any offense will be top priority.

Churches prepare to house illegal immigrants targeted for deportation

22 February 2017
Churches prepare to house illegal immigrants targeted for deportation

Around 15 congregations in Minnesota preparing living quarters.

A month into new leadership, Medicare future still in question

22 February 2017
A month into new leadership, Medicare future still in question

AARP hopes Trump will keep promise not to cut Medicare or SS.

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Friday - February 17, 2017 11:19 am

La Crosse business robbed at gunpoint

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Project is hoping for up to $12 million in state funding.

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School's mascot won the NAIA portion of the social media campaign.

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Argues school recruits non-minority students more.

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That's what Wisconsin Budget Project's Jon Peacock told a legislative panel.

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Leadership says it's no longer part of mission.

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Friday - February 17, 2017 1:59 am

With Koenig out, Badgers fall to Michigan

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La Crosse native and senior point guard out with a calf strain. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Moe Wagner scored 21 points and Zak Irvin broke out of a slump…

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Copper box was accidentally discovered during remodel of old courthouse

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Hall of Famer pretended to be boom mic guy, kept giving batting advice

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