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Here Comes The Deer Hunt

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The DNR said 376 thousand licenses were sold as of Wednesday, down by 27

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Walmart Workers May Walk On Black Friday

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A group of WalMart workers are planning to stage a walkout next week on Black

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Friday, 16 November 2012 10:40

Man Busted In 25 Car Entry Thefts

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Several items that were stolen from the vehicles were recovered by

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Friday, 16 November 2012 10:40

Onalaska Man Found Guilty In Friend's Death

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Prosecutors say 29 year old Robert Buckles was driving drunk, with a blood

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that resulted in minor injuries to three people. The crash

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Thursday, 15 November 2012 12:16

Two La Crosse Employees at Six Months Paid Leave

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The city of La Crosse has a couple of employees that have been paid for six

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Thursday, 15 November 2012 12:12

Hunter Being Asked To Look For Missing Man

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The La Crosse County Sheriff's Department is asking hunters who are out in

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Thursday, 15 November 2012 12:10

Kind Chairs Group Of Moderate Dems In Congress

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A group of moderate Democrats on Capitol Hill chooses La Crosse's Ron Kind as its leader...

 

Kind is the chairman of the New Democrat Coalition, which has existed since Bill Clinton was in the White House. Kind says the Coalition tries to get both parties to agree on issues, mainly affecting the economy.  He says about one-fourth of the Democrats in Congress belong to the Coalition.

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Thursday, 15 November 2012 12:08

Golatt Sentencing In Rodgers Murder Set For Friday

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Sentencing is scheduled Friday morning for a La Crosse man found guilty of killing a woman who came to him to buy crack.

Izelia Golatt was found guilty at a September trial for the murder of Kristen Rodgers. The defense claimed Rodgers died of drugs and exposure to the cold on a morning last March...but medical examiner Vincent Tranchida had a different explanation, that Rodgers showed signs of being strangled.

 

Golatt did not testify at his trial. He faces a life prison sentence.

 

 

 

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