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In his state of the union address President Obama said that he plans to improve healthcare.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s office is looking for a suspect involved in an armed robbery early Saturday morning.
St. Paul is considering whether to join the growing list of cities whose police officers wear body cameras.
A Republican lawmaker has reintroduced a bill that would outlaw using GPS to secretly track someone.
Gov. Scott Walker is prepared to spend millions more on rural schools, but some education officials say it won't be enough for some struggling districts.
Bob Jeske grew up on a farm and always wanted to practice rural medicine. But it didn't hurt that a state program covered some of his student loans to do just that.
A slow-moving winter storm blanketed a large swath of the Plains and Midwest in snow Sunday, forcing the cancellation of more than 1,500 flights, making roads treacherous and forcing some people to rethink their plans to attend Super Bowl parties.
One Sparta man suffered non-life threatening injuries after a logging accident Saturday afternoon.
Air quality in Minnesota ice arenas is heavily regulated, and enforcers of the law say the strict rules have prevented accidents like the one in Wisconsin that sent 80 people to hospitals in December after exposures to carbon monoxide.
A standoff between police and a man in Hudson has ended with the man taken into custody.
A team of students from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, is conducting research on foxes and coyotes in hopes of learning how the animals and humans can peacefully coexist.
Carolyn Clancy, the interim undersecretary of health with the Veterans Affairs Department met with staff members at the Tomah VA Friday.
Saturday was the final day of the 92nd annual Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament in Westby.
Students enrolled in Aquinas Catholic Schools had the opportunity to share what they have learned in a celebration for Catholic School Week.
With snow in the forecast, that means area residents will have to break out the snow shovels.
Area students are getting a behind the scenes look at the La Crosse Public library.
The Salvation Army is celebrating another successful holiday season.
Heroin and other opiates were a lunchroom discussion at Viterbo on Friday.
State Senator Jennifer Shilling is giving herself a regular presence in the area.
Chippewa Falls Main Street and HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital will host a “Paint the Town Red” event to promote heart health and wellness on Thursday, February 19 from 4- 7 p.m.