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A truck fire on westbound I-90 in Winona County has shut down traffic in both directions.
No word on any injuries. The truck, carrying a load of cheese, caught fire near the Rushford exit.
LA CROSSE POLICE ARE PLENTY TICKED OFF AT THIS GUY...
A 22-YEAR-OLD COLLEGE STUDENT IS BEING CHEWED OUT PUBLICLY BY CHIEF ED KONDRACKI FOR GETTING DRUNK AND CHOOSING TO WALK HOME FROM 3RD STREET LATE SATURDAY MORNING. THE COPS SPENT HOURS LOOKING FOR HIM, UNTIL HE TURNED UP DRUNK AND ASLEEP INSIDE SOMEBODY ELSE'S CAR ON ZEISLER STREET...ABOUT A MILE FROM DOWNTOWN. THE CHIEF SAYS THE STUDENT FAILED TO ANSWER ABOUT 50 CALLS TO HIS CELL PHONE, AND SAYS IT'S 'MIND-BOGGLING' THAT ANYONE WOULD IGNORE SAFETY TIPS LESS THAN TWO MONTHS AFTER THE LATEST RIVERFRONT DROWNING IN LA CROSSE.
The horse got the worst of it...
Rescue workers had to lift an Amish buggy off a horse, after the buggy and animal went down a slope near Viroqua yesterday. The two people in the buggy were able to jump out in time before the spill along Helgeson Road. Only minor injuries reported to the horse.
The idea of suing to stop the new federal health care plan? That's "frivolous," according to Wisconsin Democrats.
But those Dems insist they're not being frivolous in demanding that Republicans in state office give up their own tax-funded insurance coverage. Graeme Zielinski is a spokesman for the Wisconsin Democratic Party. The party issued the challenge to give up state-run insurance, in response to Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's pursuit of a suit to block the Obama health bill.
Got crime in your neigborhood? Now, check it out online. La Crosse, Onalaska, West Salem and Sparta cops are the latest departments in Wisconsin to track crimes in their respective cities through the Crime Reports website.
You can link to it through the La Crosse police website. It's updated daily but does not include exact addresses. The site does, however, provide quick links to pictures and addresses of registered sex offender.