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Raymond Lewis back in jail 3 months after prison release

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Thursday - August 27, 2015 12:00 am

Randall said he didn't shoot Miller

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Victim shot 9 times, police found a weapon

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Two rescued off ledge by Grandad Bluff

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Women were uninjured

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Group attacks Walker's plan to end Obamacare

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Republicans want to end law, citizens seem happy with it

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Paving begins on key La Crosse streets

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Paving is beginning on Second street in downtown La Crosse this morning.   Crews are putting down the first layer of asphalt on the section of the street closed since early June.

Repairs to the street's surface and replacement of curb and gutter follows replacement of utilities below the street. It's been complications with those repairs that have prolonged the project for a couple of extra weeks. Xcel had unplanned repairs it had to make to its gas main that runs down Second.  A major utilities junction also needed unplanned work at the intersection of Vine and State. 

The paving should be complete, striping in place, and the street back open to traffic, the city says, by the end of next week.

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Most drunk city in Wisconsin is ...

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Too many bosses, not enough workers

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La Crosse needs ramp workers, not parking coordinator

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Lawmaker wants keep kids out of tanning beds

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Minimum age is currently 16

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Northside neighborhood impressed with police

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Neighborhood cops thoroughly involved on the beat

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Kwik Trip donates $100k to Holmen Community Center

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Building project will cost around $4.4 million

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La Crosse combing through parking manager job duties

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Parking utility board meeting today

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