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Gov. Scott Walker's campaign demanded Friday that Democratic challenger Mary Burke's first campaign television ad be taken off the air, insisting it falsely claims that unemployment went up since Walker took office.
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Coulee Region be less hungry. Last night, the Franke Foundation of La Crosse announced which group won the 100-thousand dollar grant in the 'Food for All' contest.
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The La Crosse Police Department has closed Copeland Avenue at Monitor Street because of flooding, caused by a water main break.
The La Crosse Warming Shelter is holding a fish fry benefit Friday night at the New Villa on Ward Avenue in La Crosse.
They joined Wisconsin State Representative Jill Billings of La Crosse Thursday at UW-L's campus to talk about how student debt is impacting not only the economy, but the future of students.
A bill for lawmakers to set and approve Wisconsin's academic standards is stalled, at least for the time being.
The future of senior programs in La Crosse will likely be different than the programs offered now.
The Vernon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating three people in connection to an ongoing drug investigation in the City of La Crosse.
A much anticipated warm-up is on the way and warmer weather means built up snow and ice will melt and flooding could occur.
The Holmen Police Department is warning La Crosse area residents about a person calling people claiming to be from the IRS who demands money or says he'll issue a warrant for the victim if they don't comply.
The money will be presented to one of two groups that came up with plans for fighting hunger in the La Crosse area.
Austin Arndt, president of the Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association tells the La Crosse Tribune it's due to the lingering effects of drought in California, the Great Plains and Texas that have led to the smallest U.S. herd size in 60 years.
Corey Lidman and Rick Budnick use "frost teeth" attached to a backhoe while digging a grave Monday at Highland Memorial Park Cemetery in New Berlin.
The Vernon County Sheriff's Department and La Crosse Police worked together as part of an ongoing investigation into a larger drug operation.
The City of La Crosse said some people have reported missing trash and recycling carts.