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Prime Minister David Cameron says he'll resign by October
We tend to think of drug abuse as a young person's issue. But a new report finds that is not always the case. In fact, the report from the U.S....
Izelia Golatt still has a chance to appeal his murder conviction, but a La Crosse judge has rejected the main reason for his appeal...
Judge Scott Horne is refuting the argument that the La Crosse courthouse was closed to the public at the time jurors reached a verdict last fall. Horne says county employees routinely make sure someone can enter if a court case is going on after hours. Golatt's appeal attorney says he may check the procedure for himself, but says the judge's ruling may satisfy the court record. Golatt is serving life in prison for the strangling death of a La Crosse woman.
A new plan to charge those who want to stake out viewing spots along the
The Board of Education for the School District of La Crosse voted Tuesday night in special session to award a contract to Fowler and Hammer to serve as the general contractor for the district’s new north side school. Fowler and Hammer’s bid of $14,513,000 was the lowest of the 5 bids submitted for the project. “Not only was Fowler and Hammer’s bid the lowest bid, but it also outlined a commitment to work with local laborers,” shares Superintendent of Schools Randy Nelson. “We are excited to work with them on this project and know that they will bring extreme expertise to the project.” The district has scheduled a ground breaking ceremony for the new school for Friday, September 6th at 10:00 a.m.