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Lang Drive will be closed at night for approximately the next three weeks.
Dozens of Minnesota city councils, township board and mayoral elections are without candidates this year.
A central Wisconsin teenager has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing the mother of his ex-girlfriend.
A Sheboygan Falls woman accused of killing her 2-year-old son will have a psychiatric exam after pleading not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect to the charges against her.
A young boy found unresponsive in an above-ground swimming pool in Menomonee Falls has died.
Angie Horkan from the Wisconsin Beef Council stopped by News 8 This Morning to share a few September Recipes
The trial for a Holmen man accused of brutally murdering his girlfriend is being delayed.
Troy McDonald will take over on an interim basis for Jeff Fleig, who left the district in mid-August.
The historic "Castle on Cass" could potentially become a bed and breakfast in the future if the sale of the home is completed.
The Salvation Army of La Crosse studies a program to allow people using drugs and alcohol to stay at its shelter.
Wisconsin Governor Scot Walker issues an executive order today declaring a State of Emergency in Eau Claire, Buffalo, and Trempealeau Counties.
As summer comes to an end, many kids and parents will be preparing for the first day of school Thursday.
As communities in our area recover from recent flooding many are seeking financial aid from the National Flood Insurance Program.
Senator Ron Johnson stopped in La Crosse Monday.
The summer tourism season is winding down in the La Crosse area, but unlike past years, there were four new hotels in the downtown area.
A Wisconsin prosecutor downgraded the most serious charge Monday against a man accused of killing an Illinois woman in an interstate drive-by shooting, saying the lesser count reflects what he's learning about the man's troubled mental state.
The number of abortions performed in Wisconsin has dropped for the sixth straight year.
Part of a man's nose was bit off during a bar fight in La Crosse last weekend.
Hollywood movie star Robert Redford is asking for money to support Democratic Wisconsin Senate candidate Russ Feingold.
A young boy with a big heart is helping the Green Bay Police Department deal with the loss of one of its police dogs.