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U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold continues his tour around Wisconsin with another stop in the La Crosse area Friday.
A long-standing program that helps young students work with role models may be forced to shut down.
A program aiming to make kids safe in the water is making it easier to get a life jacket.
A pride rally celebrating the advancements made for the LGBTQ community returns to La Crosse this weekend.
Bond is set for the La Crosse man accused of a drive-by shooting.
The mayor unveils his proposed 2017 executive operating budget for La Crosse Friday, and one priority that will be carried over into next year is neighborhood revitalization.
Tomorrow is the first home game of the season for UW-La Crosse Eagles football, which means the first on-field performance for the Screaming Eagles Marching Band.
A La Crosse Police K9 has recovered after he was exposed to an opiate during a training exercise and required Narcan.
Mango and Arugula Fish Tacos is What's For Dinner on September 9th.
A warmer Lake Superior could improve the chances of catching salmon and other species as well as provide benefits for the Great Lakes shipping industry.
Madison police confirmed that a handwritten list detailing inappropriate solutions to a series of issues in a downtown area was photographed at the department’s central district this week.
One of two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill their classmate to please horror character Slender Man has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.
An online petition created by a former supporter of Green Bay's mayor calls for his resignation because of the campaign finance charges against him.
Flooding in southwestern Wisconsin has put a damper on a county fair.
Moon Tunes wrapped up its 2016 season with a special presentation Thursday night.
The Wisconsin Literacy Coalition's 13th annual '1,200 tutors in 12 weeks' statewide campaign kicked off Thursday.
The former La Crosse Police officer who filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the department is agreeing to a settlement with the city.
An unexpected amount of funding is helping area teachers be more flexible in their classrooms.
But United Way officials in Onalaska say the bigger the community, the bigger the opportunities for fundraising.
The Mississippi River is full of boats and nationally recognized fishers this weekend.