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Winter storm to impact area Sunday evening, Monday

Anywhere from six to twelve inches of snow along with some ice is possible with a winter storm that moves into the area late Sunday and into Monday to areas north of La Crosse County. 


Girl Scouts of Wisconsin's Cookie Palooza teaches more than just cookie sales

It is almost the time of year that girl scouts will start selling their cookies around the area, but before they can start to sell they need to learn how.


Government shutdown provides insight into beliefs of politicians

While the current government shutdown provides insight into conflicts in Washington, it also provides insight into the beliefs of US politicians.


GOP members hear from Republican candidates Video included

Members of the La Crosse County Republican Party had a chance to hear from a few GOP candidates up for election on January 20. 


Viroqua man arrested on 7th OWI charge

A Viroqua man is arrested for his seventh drunk driving offense Saturday night.


Walker calls for pre-existing condition guarantee

In a tack to the left in an election year, Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker says he wants a state law to guarantee people with pre-existing conditions don't lose health insurance.


Flu cases in Wisconsin higher than average Video included

With Wisconsin flu rates higher than average people may want to take precautions to stay healthy.


River City Youth Hockey instills a love for the game with their Hockey Jamboree Video included

River City Youth Hockey triumphed over the cold with their Hockey Jamboree for their eight and under age group on January 20.


La Crosse Right to Life chapter holds demonstration outside of Gundersen Video included

Protesters hold demonstration outside local hospital.


UPDATE: One dead, one injured in I-90 crash near Onalaska Video included

One person is dead and another is injured in a vehicular crash on I-90 near Onalaska Friday evening.


US government shuts down; Dems, GOP blame each other Video included


A bitterly-divided Congress is hurtling toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan stare-down over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported. More>>

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