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A program intended to provide student scholarships and revitalize La Crosse neighborhoods will continue despite a tragic loss.
Tofu Hoisin with Baby Bok Choy is What's For Dinner on September 8th.
The harvest season is wrapping up for one local garden and organizers are planning for the future.
Limburger cheese, foam cheeseheads, kringle or campfire logs: What's Wisconsin's coolest thing?
Assembly Democrats say Republicans haven't done enough to address funding cuts and teacher shortages in Wisconsin's rural schools.
State health officials say suicides are on the rise in Minnesota.
A suspect wanted for shooting at another car and injuring a passenger early Wednesday morning has been caught.
Firefighters carried stranded children to their parents after flood waters trapped them in a suburban Milwaukee day care center.
Wisconsin taxpayers will pay $1.6 million to attorneys who represented Planned Parenthood and others in a lawsuit that successfully challenged a law requiring hospital admitting privileges for doctors who perform abortions.
School says interest is high in Integrated Technology programs in new year.
A La Crosse neighborhood is continuing its efforts to save its historic swimming pool and is asking for the community's support.
A La Crosse musician making his name in New York is giving back to his hometown.
After heavy rains Tuesday night, one Brownsville,Minnesota home took a beating.
But it wasn't a flood that caused all the destruction.
Flooding in the area led to many closed roads, and even caused Kickapoo Area Schools in Viola to be closed on Wednesday.
A newer way for students to get around town is marking its second year.
Brown-Sugared Pork Tenderloin Stir-Fry is What's For Dinner on September 6th.
Sweet Rutabaga Stir-Fry is What's For Dinner on September 7th.
The Great River United Way kicks off its annual fundraising campaign Wednesday.
Last year, the La Crosse County Health Department received a potential $600,000 grant from the federal government to help expand private well water testing to five counties in the La Crosse area.