La Crosse has nearly $400,000 in preserving property, so far. It's more than a ...
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World Water Day at Myrick Park brings awareness

22 March 2017
World Water Day at Myrick Park brings awareness

Among the speakers were state rep. Jill Billings.

La Crosse commission takes no time in voting on sanctuary city status

22 March 2017
La Crosse commission takes no time in voting on sanctuary city status

Group needed very little time to agree with Mayor Kabat's proposal.

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Two Shootings...One Cop. Concerns?

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The officer involved in the shooting and killing of a knife yielding man in

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Winona Bridge Project Gets One More Hearing

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One more public hearing will be held next week on the approximately $142

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Northside Recognition

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Senator Jennifer Shilling joined State Superintendent Tony Evers

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Tuesday - October 8, 2013 1:46 pm

Madison Man Turns Self In

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A Madison man wanted by La Crosse police to face charges of attempted

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More Info On Sparta Cop Shooting

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More information has been released about the officer involved shooting

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Posing Woman Faces Quite A Few Charges

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A Sparta woman faces charges after allegedly charging items to a

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Drug Dealing as Supplemental Income

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The strong smell of marijuana emanating from a northside motel room has

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Councils Considering Mining Annexation Requests

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The possibility is still very real for two cities in Trempealeau county to

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Monday - October 7, 2013 1:00 pm

Goose Island Landings Unaffected by Shutdown

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There may be some boat landings along the Mississippi River that are

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SCHOOL CLOSINGS
3-23-2017
Wauzeka Steuben - Closing at 1PM. All evening activities canceled

Will Wisconsin finally get tough on drunk drivers?

22 March 2017

Members of the Wisconsin legislature are likely to once again debate strengthening Wisconsin's drunk driving laws. If history is any guide, our lawmakers will do little to address the problem....

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