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Man charged in Platteville cabdriver homicide going to prison on old charges Video included

The Grant County man charged with kidnapping and killing a Platteville cab driver will spend 10 years in prison for previous charges he was on extended supervision for in Grant County. More>>

UW-La Crosse offers health tips for college students Video included

With college students set to return to campus over the next couple of weeks, La Crosse health officials have some reminders for those students. More>>

City of La Crosse begins process of restructuring government Video included

Changes are afoot at La Crosse city hall, but the added efficiencies are taking some time to implement.
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School districts gather to learn more about nutrition Video included

More than eleven school districts from around the area and 200-plus school employees gathered at Sparta High School Thursday for a school nutrition in-service day.
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County delays replacing Lakeview Health Center Video included

Lakeview Health Center, West Salem Lakeview Health Center, West Salem

County Administrators say the building is becoming outdated and is no longer an ideal place to provide care to residents.
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Business owners show concern over Northside Redevelopment Plan Video included

The development of a prime piece of La Crosse real estate remains in limbo. The Riverside North Redevelopment project faces a number of obstacles before it can become a reality. More>>

Gundersen Health System recommends “back to school” check-ups for students Video included

With student soon returning to school, it's that time of the year again—for back to school doctor visits. More>>

Former Tomah mayor candidate convicted of felony false swearing Video included

The former Tomah mayoral candidate charged with lying on his declaration of candidacy was convicted and sentenced Thursday. More>>

Packers fans ranked No. 1 in NFL according to Forbes

Many people in Wisconsin already believe Packers fans are the best in the NFL. More>>

Food left on stove blamed for Winona house fire

Food left on a stove is being blamed for a late night house fire in Winona. More>>

Health & Human Services Board recognizes 97 businesses for protecting public health

The La Crosse County Health Human Services Board recognized 97 local businesses for their food safety and sanitation practices at their August 12, 2014 meeting.
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Traffic delays expected on Highway 43 Winona Bridge starting Monday

Drivers on the Highway 43 bridge in Winona will encounter traffic delays for two days beginning Monday, Aug. 25.
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MnDOT presents site plans for area under Winona Bridge

Ponds, a plaza for events, seating areas and greenery as well as a bicycle trail underneath the Winona Bridges are among the features of a proposed site plan that the Minnesota Department of Transportation presented to the Winona City Council. More>>

Shilling critical of Walker's decision to reject $500M in BadgerCare savings

La Crosse state Senator Jennifer Shilling Thursday criticized Governor Scott Walker over rejecting saving more than $500 million for taxpayers by expanding Medicaid in Wisconsin. More>>

Gundersen Health System has a new app: Healthy food choices

 It is possible to eat out and make smart and healthy choices at all types of restaurants, if you are aware of your options.Gundersen Health System “has an app for that.” More>>

Monroe Co. man struck while crossing highway on scooter

Sheriff's deputies say a man riding an electronic mobility scooter was struck while crossing a highway in Monroe County. 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>>

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>>

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