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Grandview-Emerson neighborhood weighs in on new townhouse development Video included

La Crosse's Grandview-Emerson neighborhood is looking to preserve its historic character, despite a local developer looking to break ground on a new housing development. 

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West Salem native running 3000 miles for charity Video included

20 year old Kyle Lang made a stop in Sparta Wisconsin, two thirds of the way on a long journey.

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UPDATE: More than $7M in flood damage; $1.4M in Monroe County

Homes, roads, and businesses are starting to tally up the cost of last week's storm damage. 

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Overcoming flood damage with no insurance Video included

Flooding in the area affects many members of the La Crosse area, and many times leaves them with few options to get their lives back on track. 

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Several highways still closed due to flooding

The Wisconsin State Patrol reports several state roads are still covered by floodwaters and not open to traffic. 

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Red Cross in La Crosse recruits additional volunteers Video included

This marks the largest number of out of state volunteers in La Crosse since flooding damaged homes in 2008.

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Wall Street Journal: Foxconn will choose Wisconsin

The Wall Street Journal reports that tech manufacturer Foxconn will choose a Wisconsin site for its expansion into the U.S.

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UPDATE: Police investigate shooting deaths of Winona couple Video included

Winona Police have identified the two people found shot to death in a home Monday morning. 

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La Crosse SOUP stirs up a new board Video included

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The popular "micro-granting dinner" is back with a new group of board members ready to embrace new ideas.

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Explore La Crosse, Metre create videos showcasing the county Video included

There's no shortage of things to do in La Crosse County.

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Lake Neshonoc, Veterans Park remain closed Video included

The La Crosse County Sheriff's Department says Lake Neshonoc remains closed to boat traffic and will be assessed on Monday. 

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