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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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Wednesday - June 17, 2015 12:00 am

New Rule Restricts City Hunting Bans

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Part of a budget bill for the Wisconsin DNR would also keep cities from banning bow hunting within city limits. The measure is buried in between one that gets rid…

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Dive Unit Gets OK for Isle la Plume Building

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A breakthrough for the La Crosse County Dive Unit with the city of La Crosse. After several weeks of inaction, the city's board of public works today has agreed to…

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Monday - June 15, 2015 12:00 am

Riverfest Eyes Construction Warily

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Not only will the next few months of construction on Second street in La Crosse frustrate workers in that area, but an upcoming festival could be impacted as well. Nick…

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Murder Cases in Jackson County Today

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A couple of homicide cases are set to come before a Jackson County judge today. Dreama Harvey is scheduled first in Jackson County court this morning. Harvey was arrested this…

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Monday - June 15, 2015 12:00 am

Man Killed on Highway by Falling Tree

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A freak accident over the weekend killed a man from West Salem. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 50 year old Wayne Burkhardt was killed when a tree fell from…

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Monday - June 15, 2015 12:00 am

More Artist Venues Will Inspire More Art

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Fans of the performing arts had plenty of chances this weekend to sample local talent during the Artspire festival downtown. There could be more performances to bring audiences to the…

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Inmates at Work on GED

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School is on in the summer, for inmates at the La Crosse County jail. Through a program involving Western Technical College, prisoners in the jail can work on their high…

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Hearing Scheduled for New CP Line in La Crosse

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A public hearing in La Crosse city hall this week for another proposed rail expansion in the city. Thursday afternoon's hearing will focus on the petition by Canadian Pacific to…

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A volunteer, life-saving group is only asking La Crosse city hall to use a small patch of land. The La Crosse Dive Team is back in front of the city's…

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New VA Secretary needs to find missing drugs

22 February 2017

There has been enough troubling news coming out of the VA system. Nationally, we learned of the long wait times for veterans seeking medical care. Then things blew up at...

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