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The start of the annual Oktoberfest celebration is still a few weeks away but festivities are already beginning Sunday.
No people were hurt in a structure fire early Sunday in Lansing, Iowa.
Things were 'all shook up' this weekend at the La Crosse Center.
According to new rankings from security company Safewise, Winona is the safest college town in America.
People in the Tomah and Arcadia areas may soon be able to use public transit when traveling to La Crosse.
In West Salem on Sunday morning, people also gathered to remember the events of 9/11 as well as life of a firefighter.
People gathered in remembrance at Riverside Park Sunday afternoon.
A pilot is OK after his single-engine airplane veered off the runway of an airport in southeastern Wisconsin.
Joe Mauer's single off Joe Colon scored Brian Dozier from second in the 12th inning to lift the Minnesota Twins over the Cleveland Indians 2-1 on Saturday night.
People got the opportunity to sample the best chicken wings in the La Crosse area Saturday afternoon.
An annual event to honor people with disabilities was held Saturday in La Crosse.
Residents of the town of Holland got a chance to see how solar power works.
No charges will be filed against two New London police officers who fatally shot a man who drew a realistic-looking toy gun last month.
In rural areas, emergency situations are often difficult and involve scenarios First Responders and other medical crews may not be used to.
A few gray clouds didn't stop La Crosse from turning pink Saturday morning.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Sightseers can once again use an interactive map for planning their fall color road trips in Minnesota.
A 66-year-old Minocqua man has died after he was struck by lightning while walking his dog during a thunderstorm.
Pancreas, kidney transplants cure Kaukauna man of diabetes
Mike Napoli hit a mammoth home run on the first pitch of the fifth inning to give Cleveland the lead, and the Indians hung on to beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on Friday night and maintain their six-game lead in the AL Central.
Lincoln Middle School is getting a big honor for keeping kids moving during the day.