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Police have released the name of a Tomah man who apparently had a heart attack while he was driving and ended up crashing into the front of the Greenwood Café. The driver of the vehicle, 62 year old Daniel Davis, was transported to Tomah Memorial Hospital where efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.
Davis' vehicle exited a driveway on the west side of Superior Avenue Saturday morning and proceeded over the center median, and into the Greenwood Café.
The Tomah Building Inspector was contacted and will work with the building owner to determine if the structure if safe to occupy.
The state elections’ agency and the Justice Department say they’ll work together to review complaints about the circulating of recall petitions. In the meantime, Wisconsin Republican Party Executive Director Stephan Thompson, says complaints have poured into the new Recall Integrity Center Dot Com website about the recall petition process. Some right off the internet.
The complaints stem from the efforts to recall Governor Scott Walker, Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, and four state senators.
Delays in processing DNA evidence have forced a postponement of the Eric Koula murder trial in La Crosse. Judge Scott Horne has set jury selection for April 16th. Defense attorney James Koby asked for more time to evaluate genetic evidence from the house where Koula's parents were shot to death last year. Koby says the latest report from the state crime lab came out just two days ago, and there is still some unidentified DNA from the crime scene. Horne says "this shouldn't have happened," because much of the evidence was sent to the lab over a year ago. The trial was scheduled to begin next Monday.
A winter storm watch is in effect for west central Wisconsin for Saturday. A potent storm system is expected to impact travel conditions. That's why ReadyWisconsin is encouraging motorists to be prepared before they hit the highways.
Two for two now on the plan for a city administrator in La Crosse. A second city council committee has last night given the go ahead on a proposal to add a top level manager in city hall and take away some of the duties from the mayor's office. Like the first committee vote, this one is also nearly unanimous with one abstention. In the two committee meetings, a total of ten city council members have said yes to the city administrator proposal which now goes to the full council on Tuesday. Twelve votes overall are needed to approve the change to the city's form of government.