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Unexpected costs have the Monroe County board dipping into the justice center project's contingency fund.
So far this year, we've had about 18 inches of snow which is 6.5 inches fewer than average.
The governor answered questions in Racine Wednesday for the first time about a possible 2016 presidential bid.
Students at St. Charles Catholic School in Genoa spent the day in their pj's while making fleece blankets.
The Western Region Enrollment Network is offering free help in signing up for health care starting Thursday, Jan. 29th in La Crosse.
As the job market continues to bounce back jobs are opening up in many different areas.
The 92nd annual Westby Snowflake Ski Jump is expected to bring in 3,500 people this weekend.
The investigation into the whereabouts of a man who has been missing for three years is still going on by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and the Ho-Chunk Nation Police Department.
The La Crosse Police Department’s Use of Force Review Team concluded that the use of force during an incident involving a naked man with a knife at the Rose Street Walgreens on November 20 as “text book.”
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is thanking friends, fans and the NFL community for their condolences following the death of his brother last week.
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Couleecap celebrated their new nine-week Coulee Co-Starters program on Tuesday. Couleecap is a nonprofit organization that helps low-income families in the Coulee region.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 52-year-old man from the Black River Falls area for a 5th offense OWI after he struck a pedestrian on Highway 12/27 north of I-94 in the town of Adams on Tuesday night.
Two La Crosse police officers were attempting to take a man into custody on Tuesday at an apartment when the suspect tried to stab an officer.
The Wisconsin DNR’s Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation is looking for photos of bald eagles from professional and amateur photographers to possibly be featured on the new Wisconsin Endangered Resources License plate.
A traveling beer garden is expanding for its second annual tour across Milwaukee County.
Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin say a car rear-ended a school bus loaded with 45 students, but the children and the bus driver were not hurt.
Pabst Brewing Co. could return to the city of its 19th century birth.
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker is taking his first formal step toward a run for the White House.
New and aspiring business owners in the area will have some more help to find success.