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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — It's not every day you hear Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker talk like a Democrat. But that's what he's doing as he helps Donald Trump's running mate get ready for the vice presidential debate.
People were walking for a reason Saturday.
Local athletes competed in an unique competition.
Kids got outside Saturday for a little fishing. Kids got outside Saturday for a little fishing.
A new event is hoping to help fund more Freedom Honor Flights.
Early Saturday morning, area Veterans took off from La Crosse to see memorials built in their honor.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Officials at the Tomah VA Medical Center have briefed the staff of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson on the care of a Wisconsin veteran who later killed himself.
Authorities say three people were hurt when a Twin Cities medical helicopter crashed near Alexandria, in central Minnesota.
A Green Bay man is charged in the killing of a woman whose body was found in a field in northeastern Wisconsin last spring.
One person is dead one and one person is injured after a motor vehicle crash near Onalaska.
It happened around 9:00 p.m. Friday in the westbound lanes of the interstate.
In honor of the #11 jersey Jacob wore, the Vikings are getting the campaign started by donating $11,000.
The latest Freedom Honor Flight takes off early Saturday, and one West Salem veteran is looking forward to making some memories. But first, he’s looking back at some of his old ones.
Thanking the La Crosse community while raising money for soldiers is the focus of a new festival in La Crosse this weekend.
Revitalization efforts in one La Crosse neighborhood are being honored this week.
If you travel through the La Crosse Municipal Airport, you may be asked to shut down your phone for the flight.
Veterans take to the sky this weekend to see memorials built in their honor.
T-shirts are a popular way to commemorate special events and festivals especially this time of year.
More than 100 million Americans are without dental insurance and that number continues to grow. But an Onalaska dental office is reaching out to help those who don't have dental insurance.
A local star is hoping to bring some more attention to the North Dakota Pipeline protests this weekend.