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The person found shot to death in a La Crosse alley last night has been identified as a young woman, who apparently shot herself.
Police are not releasing the woman's name, but say that she was in her 20's. They say there is no safety risk to people living in the area of Green Bay and Redfield Streets, where the shooting occurred.
An apparent fatal shooting in the area of Green Bay Street...
La Crosse police are checking on reports of a man shot in the alley between Redfield and Green Bay Streets, near 10th Street. Little information at this time about the circumstances of the shooting, apparently happening after 8 p-m.
The Vernon County Sheriff says alcohol was a factor in a roll over crash there Sunday night. It happened around 11:25 in the Town of Forest.
50 year old David Beck of rural Hillsboro lost control of his car on West Avenue. The car went off of the north side of the road, came back on the road then went off the south side of the road down a embankment. The car came to rest overturned on its driver’s side in a small creek.
Beck was not wearing his seatbelt and was taken to a Hillsboro Hospital.
A new last-minute option has emerged in the talks about the future of the La Crosse County administrative center...
According to the agenda for a county committee meeting next week, there's a plan for the county to buy the Associated Bank building at 6th and State. That would depend on whether Associated buys part of the block used for parking by the current La Crosse courthouse. Time is running out for the county board to accept an offer to buy the administrative center, which used to house the courthouse and jail. La Crosse County also has the option to add space onto the county health building, or to refuse to sell the administrative center.