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Onalaska residents give input on Waterfront Redevelopment Project Video included

After years in the talking and planning stages, it is nearly decision time in Onalaska for decisions regarding waterfront development. The city wants to make sure the public plays a major role. More>>

NFL's Punt, Pass, and Kick Returns to La Crosse Video included

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Kids from around the La Crosse area converged on the field at Logan High School Wednesday to put their football skills to the test.
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YWCA Hosts 7th Annual Celebrity Pie Auction

YWCA Hosts 7th Annual Celebrity Pie Auction Video included

The YWCA held it's 7th Annual Celebrity Pie Auction Wednesday evening at the Freighthouse Restaurant in La Crosse. More>>

Man charged with homicide at Cass Street Kwik Trip appears in court Video included

The man charged with stabbing another man outside the Cass Street Kwik Trip last June appeared in court Wednesday. More>>

Valley View Mall Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Video included

Valley View Mall in La Crosse accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and sends their nominations to businesses throughout the La Crosse community Wednesday. More>>

La Crosse prescribers learn about Drug Monitoring Program Video included

Doctors prescribed enough prescription painkillers in 2010 to medicate every American adult around the clock for one month, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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La Crosse schools to implement AVID program to ensure college success Video included

The La Crosse School District said it's their goal to make sure their students are prepared to be successful in college. Now thanks to two generous community grants, its able to kick-start a program that will help with just that.
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Holmen family welcomes back solider deployed to Afghanistan

A Holmen family welcomed home Nick Grenier at the La Crosse Airport Wednesday after a nine month deployment to Afghanistan.
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Unemployment down in Wisconsin cities, counties

Unemployment fell in most Wisconsin cities and counties in July including La Crosse. More>>

La Crosse-to-Madison power line could cost up to $580 million Video included

An environmental assessment estimates the cost of a proposed high-voltage power line linking Madison and La Crosse at up to $580 million. More>>

Lot C Advisory Committee gets public input on plan

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The Lot C Advisory Committee held a public meeting Tuesday night at the Administration Center to receive feedback and suggestions from La Crosse residents.
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