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New Partnership For Gunderson Lutheran

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Mitten Drive Underway

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A statewide drive is under way to collect used gloves, hats, coats and other

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Porn Guy Off To Prison

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An undercover internet operation led to Hogenkamp's arrest in February,

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Layoffs Lead To Interviews

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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 13:26

May Trial Possible In May's Photo Murder Case

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A double-murder trial in La Crosse County could happen in May, but that's not definite yet.

The trial of Jeff Lepsch is tentatively planned for a week, beginning on May 6th. The starting date and length of the trial could be settled later this month. Lepsch is charged with the shooting deaths of Paul and A-J Petras at May's Photo in La Crosse. The father and son were killed in the store on September 15th.

 

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La Crosse's Chamber of Commerce still has a greenlight to build new offices near City Hall.

A question about zoning for the project was resolved at last night's city plan commission meeting, so planning can move ahead on a Chamber building proposed for 7th and La Crosse Streets. The office proposal has been on the drawing board for years, but it's been stalled because of the economy. Ground-breaking is not expected for another year or two.

 

 

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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 13:11

One 'Get Money' Boy Headed To Trial For Robbery

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Three men accused of belonging to the 'Get Money Boys' gang are identified in court as suspects in a La Crosse home invasion.

Testimony from police was heard today, as Du Juan Jackson pleads 'not guilty' to helping rob a group of people at a home on 6th Street in October. Investigator Andrew Rosenow of the La Crosse Police says a second man, Areschial Page, has admitted to a role in the robbery.  Page and a third suspect, De'aaron Appleton, were scheduled to enter 'not guilty' pleas today...but their hearing was postponed so they can still find attorneys.

 

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Tuesday, 04 December 2012 11:04

Marsh Land Transfer Likely by Spring

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A few more months before La Crosse hands over four hundred acres of marsh to

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At least one thumbs up from a local tree guy for the city of La Crosse plan

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