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A Sun Prairie man accused of decapitating his mother with a large sword will remain in an institution.
When police arrested two men suspected of placing a skimming device on a gas pump in Brookfield, one of the men dropped a set of keys that would open the pump. That is one of the vulnerabilities criminals have found that make gas pumps an easy target.
Pasta with Pumpkin Sauce is What's for Dinner September 16th.
Minneapolis police have started tracking the race, gender and other demographics of people pulled over for traffic offenses.
Wisconsin health officials are asking Gov. Scott Walker to increase Medicaid spending by $452 million in the upcoming state budget.
A plan to save the endangered whooping crane species takes a turn this week when the birds will no longer rely on humans to guide them during fall migration, ending an effort that began 15 years ago with ultralight aircraft.
Kenosha County sheriff's deputies say a body has been found in a burning pickup truck in Wheatland.
The Ho Chunk Nation hosts a drug forum to discuss the spread of drugs into smaller communities.
School has been in session for about two weeks now, and the La Crosse School District's new bus company says everything is running smoothly.
Despite some other local media reports, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture will not be suspending its Farm2School program. Department officials said Thursday the program is currently without a coordinator but it will still be funded.
A program connecting police officers with students in the classroom, called GREAT, has been going strong in La Crosse schools for decades, but changes this year for the local program have implications on a national scale.
Construction on a new home for the Tomah visitor's center can begin.
With Apple Fest here, the smell of fresh Apple Pies is wafting through parts of our area.
Applefest returns to La Crescent this weekend!
A history-making Olympian visited La Crosse Thursday morning to teach kids the value of pushing yourself.
Gov. Scott Walker says he would veto any increase in the gas tax or vehicle registration fee if it winds up in the upcoming state budget unless there was tax relief elsewhere in the spending plan.
Turkey Spaghetti is What's for Dinner September 15th.
Authorities say a teenager from rural Owen is dead after a farm accident in west-central Wisconsin.
Gov. Scott Walker says there was nothing illegal about campaign donations from corporate leaders given to a conservative group that helped him and Republican legislators fend off recall challenges.
Attorneys for the man convicted of helping his uncle kill a woman in a case profiled in the popular Netflix series "Making a Murderer" are asking for his release while his appeal is pending.