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Governor, teachers' union leader differ on impact of WI school funding plan

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Walker talks K-12 funding at Holmen elementary school

Bond of $50,000 set for repeat drug suspect

Thursday, 22 June 2017
Bond of $50,000 set for repeat drug suspect

Raymond Lewis back in jail 3 months after prison release

Former secretary: Latest move by DNR points to larger trend

Thursday, 22 June 2017
Former secretary: Latest move by DNR points to larger trend

State fair disappearance comes after attempt to end popular magazine.

Homelessness collaborative has high hopes for command center, project manager

Thursday, 22 June 2017
Homelessness collaborative has high hopes for command center, project manager

City money will fetch matching grants for position.

Friday - March 7, 2014 11:54 am

DOT Lays Out Three Year Plan

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Wisconsin D.O.T. Southwest Region Project Manager Anthony VanderWielen said

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Friday - March 7, 2014 11:46 am

Snowmobile Wreck Leads To Death

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A 31 year old Readstown man is dead after wrecking his snowmobile Thursday

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Friday - March 7, 2014 10:44 am

Who Got The Hundred Grand?

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Two groups of community agencies came up with plans to help folks in the

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Two years ago, an SUV crashed into an apartment building on French Island, and the vehicle's owner was charged with driving drunk for the sixth time.

Nancy Wall's case went to trial, but the charges were dropped after Wall objected to an opening statement which revealed to the jury that she was a repeat offender. The state of Wisconsin appealed the dismissal, and an appeals court agrees that Wall could be brought to trial again in the case. The appeals judges decided the prosecutor did make a mistake by referring to Wall's past record, but was not trying to get the case thrown out so it could go to trial a second time.

 

 

 

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A prize of 100-thousand dollars will be awarded in La Crosse tonight...

The money will be presented to one of two groups that came up with plans for fighting hunger in the La Crosse area. The contest, called the Coulee Collaboration, was announced over a year ago by the Franke Charitable Foundation. Its goal is to get many community organizations to pool their talents, and figure out ways to provide food to needy local residents. While only one group could win the grant money, foundation director Mel Hoffman says ideas offered by the losing group could become part of the hunger-fighting project.

 

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Thursday - March 6, 2014 11:40 am

Bumps Continue on Road to Garbage Transition

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It hasn't been a problem-free roll out of La Crosse's new garbage service

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Thursday - March 6, 2014 11:38 am

Council Committee Could Vote on Senior Centers Tonight

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The future of senior programs in La Crosse will likely be different than the

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Wednesday - March 5, 2014 11:51 am

Big Time Brotherly Love Ends In Jail

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Here's a case of brotherly love.

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Wednesday - March 5, 2014 11:02 am

Ryan Vists Iowa....Again

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan is planning his second trip to Iowa since running as the Republicans' 2012 vice presidential nominee. In a statement Tuesday from the Republican Party of Iowa, state Chairman A.J. Spiker says Ryan plans to headline the party's annual Lincoln Day dinner in Cedar Rapids on April 11.

Ryan campaigned regularly in Iowa in the fall of 2012 before he and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney failed to carry the swing state in their losing bid for the White House. But Ryan, viewed as a 2016 presidential prospect, returned last November to headline a fundraiser for Republican Gov. Terry Branstad.

Iowa is expected to host the first nominating caucuses for the 2016 presidential election. Ryan visited New Hampshire last month, saying he's keeping his 2016 options open.

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Wednesday - March 5, 2014 10:58 am

Wisconsin Gay Marriage In The Courts

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) A federal judge has asked the American Civil Liberties Union to reconsider its request to temporarily nullify Wisconsin's gay marriage ban. The American Civil Liberties Union wants U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb to issue a preliminary injunction nullifying the ban while she weighs the organization's lawsuit challenging it.

Crabb said Tuesday a number of federal courts have stayed preliminary injunctions in similar lawsuits. She said it would serve little purpose to grant one only to immediately stay it. She said ACLU attorneys have until March 11 to file a brief persuading her that the injunction would be appropriate in light of the other cases and whether an expedited court schedule would serve the same purpose.

ACLU attorney John Knight the organization will file the brief by the deadline.

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You can't protect free speech by limiting it

23 June 2017

It is good that Wisconsin lawmakers are concerned about free speech. But it makes no sense to protect free speech by limiting free speech. But that is exactly what the...

A new trial for Evan Zimmerman, 12 years ago

Friday, 23 June 2017

In the spring of 2005, Evan Zimmerman earned the chance at a retrial on a murder charge for which he had gone to prison. The Wisconsin Innocence Project at the...

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