Menomonie, Wis., native graduated from UW-L in 2008
We have a pretty poor track record of helping our nation's veterans. That's why a proposed change in how veterans services are offered in Wisconsin is a bad idea. Currently,...
Rough week-end for the La Crosse police fleet. Cops say officers had a
Two semis have spun out at the westbound on-ramp of I-90 at Exit 3.
Crews from the county are trying to clear the ramp. Meanwhile, drivers who want to get onto the interstate going into Minnesota are urged to find a route other than exit 3.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) For the first time in two months, Minnesota officials will appraise the state job picture.
The Department of Employment and Economic Development was releasing two months of unemployment data Thursday. The report also will detail job gains or losses for September and October.
Figures are typically released on a monthly basis, but the data collection and analysis were disrupted by the federal government's 16-day shutdown in October.
At last check, Minnesota had a seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 5.1 percent, which was substantially better than the nation as a whole. Minnesota had also regained all of the jobs shed during the last recession. But more than 150,000 people seeking jobs in the state still lacked them as of August.
Governor Scott Walker and Department of Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp have posted a new video about how excited they are for next week's gun deer season.
The nine-day season is set to open on Saturday. Walker and Stepp have posted a short video on the DNR's website that features the two of them joking about how Stepp never stops talking about the first buck she killed last year.
Walker, dressed in a blaze orange vest and cap with a rifle slung on his back, says deer hunting is part of Wisconsin's heritage and is a key economic driver. He also thanked hunters who took new hunters out last year.