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The extreme cold is not kind to cars; some are unable to start, forcing drivers to find help Monday. Others saw frozen pipes, needing a plumber to get water back and running.
La Crosse County is under a public health alert until noon on Wednesday.
The La Crosse Police Department says 64-year-old Edward Radtke will be released from prison on Friday. He'll be moving to 608 11th Street in South La Crosse.
The Eau Claire County District Attorney's office says 68-year-old John Lizan was found guilty of second-degree sexual assault of a mentally ill victim but not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect.
Crews have responded to a pair of water main breaks in Eau Claire on Monday.
The emergence of rookie running back Eddie Lacy as a complement on offense to quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a bright spot for the future.
Much of the country grappled Monday with a historic freeze that shuttered schools and businesses at the start of the first full work week of 2014.
The report released Monday by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance updates its earlier findings released in 2012 that showed the reduction in benefits only covered about two-thirds of the revenue cut in Walker's budget.
Walker and 18 other potential jurors were struck from the panel Monday. No reasons were given.
Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius informed local school leaders Monday that Gov. Mark Dayton won't call off classes statewide for a second day amid dangerously cold conditions.
Officials closed schools in cities including Chicago, St. Louis and Milwaukee and warned residents to stay indoors and avoid the frigid cold altogether.
The Omaha-based railroad said Monday that main line and switching operations are being slowed.
Tom Frost has served as special prosecutor in Washburn since the Governor Walker’s appointment of J. Michael Bitney to the Barron County Circuit Court.
Milwaukee Public Schools officials said Monday that students should stay home again on Tuesday because of the dangerous cold.
Fran McCaffery was called for back-to-back technical fouls and tossed from the game for arguing with officials with 12 minutes left. The Badgers rallied for a 75-71 win.
Wisconsin Emergency Management spokesman Tod Pritchard said Monday that there have been scattered reports of water main breaks and frozen pipes in homes.
The trails built by volunteers with the Central Wisconsin Offroad Cycling Coalition cover seven miles in the 300-acre Sunny Vale Park.
The surplus could be used to help cut taxes, pay for new jobs programs or reduce state debt. Lawmakers also could opt to simply keep the money in the state's general fund.
Kaepernick converted crucial plays on third down, and rushed for 98 yards. It was the difference in the game, and will haunt the Green Bay defense into the off season.
It happened Monday morning.