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Sen. McCain diagnosed with brain tumor after clot removed

Thursday, 20 July 2017
Sen. McCain diagnosed with brain tumor after clot removed

The American Cancer Society puts the five-year survival rate for patients over 55 at about 4 percent...

Massive study, shows artificial sweeteners are not a healthier choice

Thursday, 20 July 2017
Massive study, shows artificial sweeteners are not a healthier choice

Routinely having sweeteners leads to weight gain, high blood pressure, diabetes. 

King of Beer returns two years after vandals broke off his arm

Thursday, 20 July 2017
King of Beer returns two years after vandals broke off his arm

Video shows three men breaking off arm of King Gambrinus. 

La Crosse Center prioritizing to-do list to stay within $40 million budget

Thursday, 20 July 2017
La Crosse Center prioritizing to-do list to stay within $40 million budget

Staff cut maintenance repairs from $18 million to $14 million and want to cut that to $8 million. 

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Minnesota Enviroment Bill Gets Nods Of Approval

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Danou...Vinehout Ready For Public Budget Talks

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Senator Kathleen Vinehout and Representative Chris Danou are hosting two Town

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Police Say Woman Fell To Death From Fire Escape

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Disoriented and drinking.  The best way to describe the condition of the

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Transportation Vision Not So Clear

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The transportation vision in La Crosse isn't quite as clear.  The

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Segway Business Gains City Council Win

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A new business owner has won his latest bout with city hall.  Erik

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Ground Broke On City's Lot C

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City Council To Mull Over Center Plans

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Within the next three months, the La Crosse city council should receive

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PSC Didn't Listen To Western Wisconsin

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The Wisconsin Public Service Commission's final approval to the $580

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La Crosse County Top Ten For Binge Drinking

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Retired Brown County sheriff's captain Randy Schultz says that binge drinking

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Segway Talks Come About Again

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Kudos for more work to end opiod epidemic

19 July 2017

It took five months, but they finally got it done. Governor Scott Walker called a special session of the legislature back in January to tackle the problem of opiod addiction...

Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to hire a blacksmith...49 years ago

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

In July of 1968, the La Crosse County Board chose to postpone the planned retirement of blacksmith Hjalmer Overson for a year. Overson was about to turn 65, which was...

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