Health dir. says no security cameras will track people. La Crosse has two new drop ...
The website says they need 2,000 signatures within 60 days An effort is being made ...
Feds call the operation "chop shop" for eagles. RAPID CITY, S.D. Federal officials ...
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La Crosse's five-year chicken program could be illegal through the state

26 April 2017
La Crosse's five-year chicken program could be illegal through the state

Wisconsin requires mandatory registration city isn't requiring.

Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

26 April 2017
Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

"Gun violence isn't occurring from law-abiding citizens," says Wisconsin Carry's Nik Clark.

No signs probes into Russia, Trump campaign will die down

25 April 2017
No signs probes into Russia, Trump campaign will die down

President has dismissed stories as "fake news."

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Tuesday - June 9, 2015 12:00 am

Wanted Chicago Man in La Crosse County Jail

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A Chicago area man is being held on half-a-million dollars bond in the La Crosse jail, as a fugitive from Illinois. Twenty-two-year-old Kendal Readus was arrested in La Crosse County…

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Money from special interest groups are pouring into Wisconsin politics. At least that's the case over the past five years, according to a new report from advocacy group, Wisconsin Democracy…

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Tuesday - June 9, 2015 12:00 am

Railroad Ties in Fire Meant for Xcel Plant

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The old railroad ties that fueled a big fire on French Island today were meant to be burned, but not right now. Xcel Energy has used ground-up ties as fuel…

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Friday - June 5, 2015 12:00 am

Former Heileman Owner Dies

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The former owner of La Crosse's Heileman Brewing Company has died. Alan Bond died early today at the age of 77. Bond was an Australian man who accumulated great wealth…

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Friday - June 5, 2015 12:00 am

Last Day for First Year of New School

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Last day of school for students at the new Northside Elementary School Thursday. And for the 520 plus 70 additional students, it's a much needed summer break. Interim Principal, Larry…

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Friday - June 5, 2015 12:00 am

Bike Trail's 50th Celebrated

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One of the most popular biking trails in the country turns 50 tomorrow and bike riders from across the country plan on attending the celebration. Being held at the Kendall…

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The future of a high-end Shelby subdivision hangs in the balance. You got Shelby, the county, the school district and developers all pushing forward on the plan for Willow Heights,…

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Make it easier, not harder, to vote

25 April 2017

The election was rigged. We heard that throughout the course of the recent presidential campaign. It wasn't true of course. There is no evidence of millions of illegal immigrants casting...

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An early case of forensic evidence in a local murder trial, 32 years ago

25 April 2017

On this day in 1985, a Wisconsin appeals court upheld the murder conviction of Terry Shaw of La Crosse. Shaw had been found guilty of the 1981 rape and killing...

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