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Medicaid turns 50

30 July 2015
Medicaid turns 50

Health care program serves 71 million in U.S.

La Crosse to add 3-D mural

29 July 2015
La Crosse to add 3-D mural

Local artists have been trained in 3-D arts

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Bandshell needs makeover

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Gov Walker tied to open records scandal

31 July 2015

How far up did Wisconsin's open records scandal go? All the way to the top. There is now evidence Governor Scott Walker was among those pushing to shield lawmakers from...

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UW Regents In Town

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UW-La Crosse is hosting the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents

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Two years in prison is the sentence for a 22-year-old man convicted of attacking a witness in a La Crosse murder case...

Pao Choua Vue was one of two men found guilty of attacking Lucas Brickl in the county jail, after Brickl implicated Vue's cousin in the Sara Hougom murder last year. Vue apologized for the attack, saying he got into a 'stupid situation' because of peer pressure. Judge Ramona Gonzalez warns that if anyone connected to Vue tries to go after Brickl again, Vue will have to serve five years behind bars instead of just two.  The other defendant in the beating received probation.

 

 

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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 13:16

Western's Finances Looking Up

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Some Wisconsin technical colleges have still not recovered after state

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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 13:16

Vinehout Frac Sand Bills Gaining Momentum

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Seems as though support is growing for 5 bills put forward by Alma Senator,

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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 23:27

3 School Referendums Pass.....One Fails

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An almost $5 million school referendum

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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 22:25

Kabat Convincing in Win for La Crosse Mayor

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You'd probably have to go back a ways to find a La Crosse mayor who won his

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The City of Sparta elected a new Mayor Tuesday. He's longtime councilman, Rob

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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 21:52

Kabat Elected Mayor

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Final vote in the La Crosse mayor's race...Tim Kabat, 6201...Doug Farmer, 3238.

 

Kabat was the landslide winner of the primary in February, and he won every district in the city on Tuesday night.  Farmer had campaigned on his many years of experience in local elected office, compared to Kabat, running in his first election.  Kabat will be sworn in on April 16th.

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Tim Kabat has been leading Doug Farmer in the La Crosse mayor's vote since the first results came in shortly after 8 p.m.   Kabat was winning all the wards in the early going.  In city council races, David Krump has been elected to succeed the retiring John Satory in the 6th District.

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