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La Crosse County Jail Ministry in jeopardy of continuing to bring faith behind bars Video included

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 600 thousand prisoners are released from prison each year.  More than half will be rearrested, not just once but multiple times.The DOJ also says within three years those same people will go to prison.  


5th annual adaptive luau swim meet held today Video included

Students of all abilities had the chance to go swimming today. Dozens of Logan and Central students in the specially designed physical education class gathered for their fifth annual luau adaptive swim meet.


New Military Veteran's Center to be built at Western Technical College Video included

Western Technical College announced the construction of a brand new facility geared towards students who are military veterans. 


Department of Public Works holds open house and Touch-a-Truck event Video included

It's National Public Works Week and the La Crosse Public Works Department held their annual open house and Touch-a-Truck event Wednesday. This event allows the public into the facility and onsite for a behind the scenes look at what they do.


20 injured after semi strikes school bus filled with students from Milwaukee Video included

A spokesperson said that of those 20, four were seriously injured.


Thieves hit La Crosse business for $50-60K in electronics Video included

La Crosse Police are investigating a smash and grab robbery that netted the thieves as much as $60,000 in computer technology. 


Coon Valley Elementary is the new winner of Tools for Schools Video included

Students at Coon Valley Elementary School are finishing the building of a School Community Garden, and thanks to the Tools for Schools award, there’s funding for some plants and raised garden beds.


Summit focuses on hiring overlooked worker groups Video included

Along with the La Crosse Area Development Corporation, 7 Rivers Alliance held their annual workforce summit at the Radisson Center Wednesday morning focused on finding employers in a tight labor market. 


Graduating Central student receives large scholarship

A Central High School student wins a large scholarship designed to cover the cost of tuition and expenses for one year of college.  Maria Martell is this year's recipient of the Hansen Foundation scholarship award. The scholarship, established by Central and the Central High School Alumni Association through a donation from the Mark and Anne Hansen Foundation, provides up to $25,000 to a graduating Central student who couldn't otherwise afford college. The scholarship may be ex... More>>

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