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The La Crosse Storytelling Festival has logical reasons for choosing a scary theme and a title of “Chills in the Mills” for its next Luna Story Slam at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Pearl Street Brewery at 1401 St. Andrew…
City officials are turning over every leaf when it comes to finding ways to make the fall leaf collection more efficient.
La Crosse Hardwood Flooring of Westby has laid off 30 employees — about a third of its local workforce.
WAUKON, Iowa — A Waukon, Iowa, man was injured Sunday after he accidently shot himself in the leg.
The incoming winter storm has prompted officials to close many schools in southwest Wisconsin, southeastern Minnesota and northeast Iowa.
The Campaign to Change Direction’s second annual video contest will have some additional bells and whistles to help the middle and high school competitors polish their productions.
ONALASKA — A fatal traffic crash closed Main Street in Onalaska on Friday afternoon and evening.
ONALASKA -- A fatal traffic crash has closed Main Street in Onalaska.
Furloughed federal government workers who might balk about going to a food shelf shouldn’t hesitate in their time of need, says Erin Waldhart, executive director of the WAFER Food Pantry in La Crosse.
Housing remains a sellers’ market in the La Crosse area, as well as the state as a whole, and housing affordability is slipping, according to a report released Monday by the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
MERRILLAN — A man from the village of Merrillan who went missing Friday has been found safe, according to the Jackson County sheriff’s office.
The airport posted a series of tweets from its account @MSN_airport on the situation, including one that stated that the airport terminal is closed and told people not to travel to the airport until additional information is posted.
Madison set a new record Saturday for the number of consecutive days -- 339 -- with a low temperature of at least 10 degrees.
This unique float from the now bygone George Tire Depot was part of La Crosse’s 1922 Winter Carnival parade on Jan. 26, 1922. That winter celebration covered four days in late January 1922 and included day and night parades, a…
An ice castle being constructed on the shore of Geneva Lake should open this week, but a lack of snow and cold temperatures throughout much of the state has made for a tough winter season.