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The Holmen Fire Department will soon be replacing their old protective equipment thanks to a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
September is National Recovery Month and the Coulee Council on Addictions is kicking off the month with an open house.
For many students, the first day of school was Thursday, and with the new school year comes a few changes this year in La Crosse school district.
It is nearly move-in day for students from UW- La Crosse which means traffic in those areas could be a headache.
A La Crosse man is facing charges of sexual assault against a minor.
The Buffalo County Sheriff's Office received several 911 calls Wednesday of a severe traffic crash involving two passenger cars and a large straight truck.
A silver 1999 Pontiac Grand AM was slowing to make a left turn onto Bluff Siding Rd. in the Township of Buffalo when a gold 2007 Gold Taurus rear-ended it. The Grand AM was hit by a BNSF truck in the northbound lane.
A West Salem man charged with masturbating in front of a relative was sentenced to probation Wednesday.
An outside review has determined Madison police acted reasonably and within department policies with the arrest of an 18-year-old black woman that sparked protests after footage of it was posted online.
State agriculture officials say emerald ash borer is getting closer to Wisconsin's North Woods.
A 2-month-old filly in northern Wisconsin has been euthanized after becoming infected with Eastern equine encephalitis.
Health officials say the number of hepatitis A cases linked to a chain of smoothie shops has more than tripled in Virginia and spread out of state.
A Waukesha County man is accused of beating and choking his mother after an argument over having his cat spayed.
Attorneys for two girls accused of trying to kill a 12-year-old classmate to please horror character Slender Man will try to have jurors selected outside Waukesha County for the defendants' trials.
Milwaukee police are recommending an amended charge of homicide for a woman accused of beating her mother on the city's south side.
Websites like Kickstarter are popular these days, and a new website with a similar mission is hoping to help teachers in the area.
La Crosse's Old Towne North could soon become 'Uptowne' if a new partnership can fund plans to revitalize the area.
More drones may soon be in the air because new regulations are streamlining the process for companies to use them.
Gundersen Health System will be adding a medical clinic in Holmen and Village officials say the expansion is part of Holmen's booming future.
The UW-La Crosse Screaming Eagles Marching Band is getting ready for a new season.
Every year, 55 million children across the country head back to school around this time, with 13 percent of those walking or biking.