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Retired Col., Nelson donates check to Northern Hills
How far up did Wisconsin's open records scandal go? All the way to the top. There is now evidence Governor Scott Walker was among those pushing to shield lawmakers from...
It's being called a big victory for Scott Walker, as he starts his official campaign for president. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has halted a John Doe probe into Governor Walker's campaign activities during the 2012 recall election. Rick Essenberg from the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty calls the decision a victory for everyone, because it should discourage prosecutors from starting investigations for partisan reasons.
The conservative majority of the Supreme Court voted to stop the probe into whether Walker's campaign was illegally involved with groups that supported him.
Book-buyers have been lining up at bookstores around the world today to get a new novel from the author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird.' In La Crosse, we're told that a few people were waiting for Barnes and Noble to open this morning, so they could purchase Harper Lee's book 'Go Set a Watchman.' The store received several advance orders for the book that continues the storyline of lawyer Atticus Finch and his family from 'Mockingbird.'
180 thousand Minnesotans are wondering what is going on with MnSure, the state health insurance exchange. Medicaid and MinnesotaCare insurance renewals have been held up by technical problems. State Representative Matt Dean says that has caused some major issues.
Dean says all of those people have yet to get a bill from MNSure for this year, leading to frantic calls to state offices which come with assurances but ongoing confusion.
Dean says although nobody has lost coverage as a result of the delay, MinnesotaCare patients are now concerned they will be hit with a bill for their premiums and any medical care they have had in recent months all at once.
Some politicians win elections, but they don't fight. Others fight, but they don't win. Scott Walker says he does both, which is a major reason why he's running for president. Wisconsin's governor launched his White House run in Waukesha yesterday, saying Washington needs new ideas, and the government should leave people alone.
Republican Walker had harsh words about President Obama, saying he's weak on foreign policy, and accusing him of passing too many 'bad' regulations, including Obamacare. Walker vowed to work on repealing Obamacare on the very first day he takes office as president.
As it turns out, redesign and construction of a hundred year-old golf course doesn't come without complications. Manager of La Crosse's Forest Hills course, Keith Stoll can tell you that. Even the tunnel that goes under Burlington Northern's railroad tracks has had some unexpected setbacks. He says, after a heavy rain. water that was supposed to flow easily out of the tunnel inexplicably fills it up. Stoll says Burlington Northern is figuring out how to fix that problem. Meanwhile, he expects the rest of the revamped course to be completely ready for play by next summer. On Monday, Stoll informed the city's public works board that Forest Hills would go from 18 holes to 9 on August 10th to accomodate the construction.
About three-fourths of the La Crosse Xcel Energy customers who experienced outages after storms early today have their power back on, as of late morning. More than 14-hundred customers in La Crosse, mostly near the Lang Drive substation, lost their electricity at about 2 a-m. Some of them might not have power restored until late tonight.
Governor Scott Walker tweeted this morning that he's running for president. "I'm in," says the tweet. Shortly after, his first campaign video came out.
In the video, Walker says America needs new, fresh leadership with big bold ideas from outside of Washington to actually get things done. Walker is the 15th Republican to enter the race for the White House next year. The official announcement comes this afternoon in Waukesha.
Two deadly accidents on area roads early Saturday morning. A driver in Shelby was killed after going off La Crosse County Road F and and hitting a culvert. The driver was thrown from the car.
In Trempealeau County, two cars collided on Highways 54 and 93 near Trempealeau. Thirty-year-old George Christie crossed the center line and collided with a second car. Christie was dead at the scene. Three people in the other car were transported to Gundersen for treatment. Those three are from Arcadia.