Protesters storming N.C. capital over similar bill
Students cleaned up 1,456 cigarette butts in Powell Park last month
There is something uncomfortable about watching the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner. And it's not just the room was filled with narcissists pretending to love one another. It was uncomfortable...
Brittany Jones gets a year in prison for helping her boyfriend leave La Crosse after a murder last year...
Jones was sentenced this morning for taking Mitrel Anderson to Madison, after Anderson allegedly killed DeMario Lee during a fight at a convenience store. The two were arrested the next day, after police traced them through their cellphones. Jones will get credit for a few months already served in the La Crosse County jail. She apologized to relatives of Lee for her actions, but said she was 'only trying to protect' the man she loved. Anderson is scheduled for trial in June.
We still don't know when ticket gates will be fired up in La Crosse's parking ramps...but the city parking board has agreed on what to charge drivers.
A preliminary vote taken by the board on Monday calls for a two-hour grace period, followed by an hourly charge of a dollar-and-a-half. The gates also would be kept on every night of the year. The proposed charge would be tied to a shorter period of free parking on the street...only 90 minutes, instead of the current two hours.
Ramsey County Minnesota Judge John Van de North has decided that documents and information and additional names of priests credibly accused of sexual abuse should be released in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Diocese of Winona.
Van de North also decided that the depositions of Archbishop John Nienstedt and Father Kevin McDonough can be taken as part of a civil lawsuit.
The Archdiocese and Diocese of Winona have fought for years to keep the names and information secret and the Archdiocese has objected to the depositions of both top Archdiocesan officials.
Using torches and other fire apparatus to thaw out frozen water pipes is on the increase. So are fires. La Crosse Fire Captain, Dave Schneider tells us that you may think it's safe to just warm up a pipe.
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No fires reported in the La Crosse area. Winona has seen