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Instead of hiring a replacement for the department's retiring director, the city is dissolving the position.
After more than an hour of deliberations, La Crosse's City Council approves a resolution to ask La Crosse County to merge the city's libraries into the county library system.
Former La Crosse police officer Tony Clark will receive $50,000 in return for dropping his federal lawsuit against the city.
More fresh produce will be coming to area hospitals as part of a new partnership.
Police want to remind drivers that just moving your car up the block is not enough to reset the clock in timed street parking zones.
Typically students would apply for FAFSA in January. But the new changes will allow students to apply in October.
The La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce invited candidates in the 94th assembly district and 32nd state senate district to take part in a business forum this morning.
Neighborhood and community safety is the focus of an upcoming forum.
A golf outing celebrated some of the La Crosse Police Officers' partners Monday.
In 2012, voters in western Wisconsin approved a nearly $80 million referendum aimed at improving facilities at Western Technical College.
It's been 15 years since our country was attacked on September 11th and students in La Crosse are learning about that tragic day in a unique way.
Police received a call Saturday night of a man who had fallen from a 2nd story balcony of an apartment complex.
Steak with Chimichurri Sauce is What's For Dinner on September 12th.
Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can help the financially strapped state.
A group of clergy members is set to converge on the state Capitol to protest a litany of issues ranging from poverty to hatred.
An animal protection group plans to monitor bear hunters in Wisconsin in the first test of the state's new hunter harassment law.
A 19-year-old student has survived a fall from a fifth-floor balcony near the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus.
A baby girl shot while riding in a vehicle on a Milwaukee County interstate is expected to survive her injuries.
Blair Walsh started off a new season the same way the Minnesota kicker wrapped up his last: hooking field goals left.
The Cleveland Indians have a firm grip on the AL Central. With Corey Kluber finding his Cy Young form, their goals for this season are much bigger than the division title.