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Bliss road has reopened Wednesday after being closed for repairs.
Disability rights organizations have asked child protection officials to intervene in an Appleton teenager's plan to go without her ventilator and end her life.
Spaghetti Squash with Marinara is What's For Dinner on September 5th.
Police are asking the public's help in locating a shooting suspect.
The following roads have been closed due to flooding.
Court records show officials considered releasing a former Dane County sheriff's deputy who was found not legally responsible for killing his wife and sister-in-law to his parents' home.
Gov. Scott Walker plans to propose a sales tax holiday for back-to-school purchases next year.
A 12-year-old boy has been struck and killed by a school bus as he walked home from the first day of class in Kaukauna.
Director Dale Hexom is retiring at the end of the year, which is giving the city an opportunity to re-evaluate his position and re-shuffle the department.
La Crosse's Department of Public Works is getting international recognition for a recent project.
Area lawmakers are asking for the community's ideas when it comes to fighting the growing drug problem.
Winona United Way will shut down at the end of this year and its community partners have a few concerns.
Tuesday marks the first day of classes at UW-La Crosse, but an unofficial welcome back message from a group of students is getting pushback.
The La Crosse County Medical Examiner's Office says there have been five drug overdose deaths in the last three weeks in La Crosse County.
Heart Disease is no longer the leading cause of death in Wisconsin, but the alternative is still concerning.
A plea deal for the killer of 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling calls for no charges in the boy's death.
Charges are dropped for one of the brothers accused in the rape of a 14-year-old girl.
Paisley Park needs employees to handle the hordes of fans expected to visit Prince's private estate and studio complex in suburban Minneapolis when it opens for public tours Oct. 6.
The Latest on the abduction and killing of Jacob Wetterling (all times local):
LSU has suspended offensive lineman Josh Boutte for one game after his late hit Saturday in the final minutes of the Tigers' loss to Wisconsin.