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Some are elaborate productions with thousands of dollars of props while others can be simple, inexpensive but still creepy.
Kay, who asked that her last name not be used, said she was "astounded" and "sad" to hear that the La Crosse Public Library's south branch was going to close effective Dec. 1.
La Crosse County has confirmed its first death from a new drug that has recently hit the streets.
The United Way's 211 center received more than 41,000 calls last year.
On clear fall days, Lake Onalaska’s glassy waters are broken only by the splash of a bird or the ripples of an early morning fishing boat.
The issue of homelessness continues to weigh on the greater La Crosse community, and it's a problem that has been steadily growing. This past summer highlighted the severity of the crisis. People without permanent shelter had limited options and resorted…
At the end of World War II, the U.S. government was working on ways to ease the housing shortage caused by the large number of returning veterans. The Lustron Corp. manufactured about 2,500 of the mid-century modern steel prefabricated homes…
"This is urban archeology. It was like opening a tomb," auction house owner Tarq Durante said of the stored items, some of which were on a dirt floor.
Are prices headed up or down? Where are the hotspots for buyers and sellers? Find out with these charts and graphs, updated weekly.
Four people were injured in an Oct. 11 collision between an Amish buggy and a tractor in Jackson County.
Faith Lutheran Church of Blackhammer will host a meatball dinner from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22. The church is located at 16013 County 4, Spring Grove.
Is our economy doing better or worse? See recent changes in local employment, regional inflation and more in these regularly updated charts and maps.
Dick and Lucia Wolf’s home in Monroe County was a family affair.
As part of normal system maintenance, the La Crosse Water Utility will perform water system flushing, concentrating on dead end mains.
Western Technical College is celebrating October as Manufacturing Month in Wisconsin with two events on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Lunda Center, 333 N. Seventh St.
Check out the peaks and valleys in volatile local gas prices, and track motor vehicle sales, financing and production.
Content by The Board Store Home Improvements, Inc. If your kitchen feels cramped, now is the ideal time to remodel.
Troy and Jodell Kirchoff have brought back tours of the expansive, world famous marsh that is known for its wildlife and cattails.
Is our employment picture getting better or worse? See recent changes in local jobs, unemployment, earnings and more in these regularly updated charts and maps.