Coach will probably not give his team the "Win one for the gipper" speech
Monti, Miller will be given honorary diplomas
Sometimes you have to wonder what the real motivation is. The Wisconsin Legislature made changes last year to how County Veterans Services Offices are funded. These are the agencies, staffed...
The trial in the May's Photo murders won't happen next month as planned. Jeffrey Lepsch's trial is being postponed until late July, as attorneys will have more time to deal with evidence from the crime scene. Prosecutors say Lepsch killed Paul Petras and his son A-J at the family store on a Saturday afternoon last fall. Lepsch's defense attorneys plan to challenge fingerprint evidence taken from the scene.
Folks living in Houston County will be getting phone calls this week, asking them to help fix up the Caledonia community swimming pool.
A volunteer group starts a week-long 'Phon-a-thon' tonight. Phon-a-thon leader Carolyn Medin says more than a million dollars has been raised so far...but they need 100-thousand dollars more to start construction after this summer. Medin says the main swimming pool in Caledonia would be renovated, and a baby pool would be converted into a zero-depth pool.
The court process wheels are spinning in Florida for a man who escaped
Village leaders in Holmen may take the month of April off from arguing over fluoride...
We're told that an engineering firm probably won't have recommendations for changing Holmen's fluoridation system until the May village board meeting. This month, the board asked Davy Engineering to work on ways that the mothballed fluoridation system in Holmen could be altered to use a different, safer form of fluoride. Public works director Dean Olson says the change could cost as much as 70-thousand dollars. The village has suspended fluoridation for the last two years, because many critics consider fluoride unhealthy.
Is La Crosse's mayor happy that his four-year term is just about over?
Mayor Matt Harter tells WIZM's Mike Hayes that he'll be happy to "move on to new things" when his term expires next month. Harter says the city has cut taxes all four years, while maintaining a high level of government services. Harter says that was accomplished by people working together, although he and the city council have disagreed on several issues. The mayor announced last fall that he would not run in next Tuesday's election. He says his most memorable moment as mayor was the night he took the oath of office in 2009.