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One local business is inspiring their employees to make positive diet changes with unique gardens.
New students will discuss social differences, black students will get their own cultural center and more students will be allowed into ethnic studies courses at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as part of a multi-faceted plan to give minorities a better experience on campus, university leaders said Wednesday.
A Wisconsin legislator says he plans to introduce a bill outlawing a new synthetic drug.
The NFL has cleared Pittsburgh's James Harrison, Green Bay's Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers in an investigation of whether they were provided with or used performance enhancers.
Marshfield Clinic will borrow about $1 billion to acquire Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital and upgrade its medical facilities in central and northern Wisconsin.
The state Department of Transportation plans to ship voting credentials overnight to people who try to obtain photo identification during election week.
One person has died and two others have been injured in a shooting in St. Paul's Frogtown neighborhood.
Earlier this month, a resident of the city filed the suit over the city's plans to hire a city administrator.
It happened just before 4:00 p.m. Tuesday on State Highway 95 in the Village of Hixton.
Close to a record number of students are attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse this year, and the large numbers are forcing the university to get creative with housing.
A trip to the Children's Museum of La Crosse is always exciting for kids, but today one family was met with a surprise that made their visit extra special.
Reducing the achievement gap, which refers to the differences in academic performance between groups of students, is a goal for educators around the state and in La Crosse.
New housing is opening up just in time for classes at UW-La Crosse.
A new study finds a majority of Americans suffering from depression are never treated.
La Crosse's WAFER Food Pantry receives a large donation of both money and fresh produce Tuesday.
A community project aiming to improve access to information, entertainment, and media broke ground in Holmen today.
Police are still looking for the person who fatally shot a Kenosha man who investigators say apparently interrupted an armed robbery.
The state Elections Commission has approved mailing postcards to more than a million unregistered voters urging them to get on the rolls.
After much debate and discussion the Federal Aviation Administration implemented rules for commercial drone use in the United States.
A Wisconsin woman is suing the federal government over the death of her Marine veteran husband.