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1 hr ago | WEAU-TV Eau Claire
"We had over $10,000 worth of electric bills. It basically has drained our savings account, and you know we want to stay open for the community," said Laxton.
5 hrs ago | WXOW-TV La Crosse
If a second rail line is built in La Crosse County to transport the highly volatile Bakken crude oil, tens of millions of gallons would be transported through the La Crosse area each week.
8 hrs ago | WIZM-AM La Crosse
While same-sex marriage appears to be gaining acceptance in America, you won't see acceptance of it in the Catholic church.
12 hrs ago | WXOW-TV La Crosse
Habitat for Humanity La Crosse Area is purchasing a new building that will house the Habitat ReStore which sells a variety of donated household items and building materials to the public at discount prices.
The permanent prescription drug drop-off boxes have been in use for about three weeks now and local police departments say they are already collecting large amounts of medication.
A group of storytellers and fans came together Thursday night to raise money for the La Crosse Storytelling Festival.
On Thursday morning, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court gave final approval to Governor Scott Walker's Act 10 law, stripping most collective bargaining rights from state employees.
Court documents state that Jonathon Neunaber admitted to tramadol cod no prescription investigators that he willfully, deliberately, and with premeditation caused the death of his mother Esther Neunaber.
Friends of Veterans president Vickie Hilliard presents a check for $10,000 to Veterans Assistance Foundation, Inc. vice president/COO Colin Moten and president/CEO Chris Hanson All in all, everyone won.
The former La Crosse police lieutenant accused of stealing drugs from the department's evidence room is back in jail.
While the number of Wisconsin car-train accidents has remained relatively steady in recent years, and derailments actually are down, some residents who live near train tracks used for transporting sand, primarily in western and northwestern communities, complain about noise and traffic delays in addition to safety worries.
The Norma J. Vinger Center for Breast Care at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse is accepting nominations for the annual Paula J. Tower Memorial Award.
Area non-profits and local businesses join forces to provide resources for those who are homeless in the La Crosse community through Project Homeless Connect.
Wisconsin and Minnesota State Patrol are joining law enforcement agencies across the country for intensified enforcement on I-90 and I-94.
Sparta bar called....Thumpers. Earlier this week, a Sparta officer on routine patrol was flagged down by someone in downtown Sparta.
La Crosse City Councilwoman, Andrea Richmond says bottom line.....senior housing is needed and she's hoping the school board is listening.
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Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 07:24 pm
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