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La Crosse residents hoping to save their neighborhood pool are making another pitch for public support.
City officials say the ground underneath a stormwater pipe near East Avenue eroded about a week ago, and the problem got worse after a recent rain storm.
Fall is just around the corner, which means road construction projects in the area will soon be wrapping up.
Every year, up to 35,000 migrant workers are recruited to Minnesota to work in farm fields and in agriculture. And they're bringing significant benefits to the state's economy.
Medlink pilots have a lot on their mind, trying to safely navigate the skies while transporting the sick and injured to hospital care. But there's something moving higher and higher on their list of worries while on the job.
UW-La Crosse is yet again ranked as one of the best universities in the Midwest.
A business forum in Onalaska Tuesday is showing differences between a local politician and her challenger.
Criminals rigged more than a dozen gas station pumps in Wisconsin with a device to steal credit card information from customers, a state consumer protection group says.
Saturday morning’s grey skies were no match for the more than 6,100 walkers, including 334 breast cancer survivors, who participated in Gundersen’s 11th annual Steppin’ Out in Pink to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.
Mediterranean Chicken is What's for Dinner September 13th.
Investigators say the victim in a fatal shooting at a suburban Milwaukee senior apartment complex knew the person who killed him.
A former Cedar Falls high school coach and teacher has been given 10 days in jail for stealing students' medications from a locked school nurse's office.
The head of a Texas company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline told employees Tuesday that it is committed to the project despite strong opposition and a federal order to halt construction near an American Indian reservation in North Dakota.
A Mason City mom has been accused of making her kids sleep in a feces-covered room.
Wisconsin is among a group of states that may have real time projections of the winner of the presidential and U.S. Senate races shared before the polls close on election day.
Some of Wisconsin's largest farm groups are worried federal regulators will expand restrictions on atrazine, a weed killer sprayed on corn fields and other crops.
A Wisconsin veterinarian is charged with sex trafficking in Minnesota.
La Crosse County is receiving a new loan for an old project.
Ozanne wanted to do it to raise awareness for his sister's rare disease of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
An iconic home on Cass Street is one step closer to becoming a bed-and-breakfast.