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Husband arrested after overdose death of wife Video included

Two Onalaska men are jailed following an overdose death earlier this week according to the La Crosse County Sheriff's Office. 


Undefeated 1968 Lincoln Basketball team connects with younger generation Video included

Lincoln's "Dining With The Stars" program invites adults to interact with the students in an effort to show them how the friends they make at school could last a lifetime.


MOSES Organic Farming Conference provides resources for farmers Video included

With the complexities of organic agriculture, a chance to learn from fellow farmers is a valuable experience for some.


"Hoops 4 Hope" basketball tournament benefits New Horizons

The "Hoops 4 Hope" basketball tournament, organized by Coulee Region Moving Services, will donate 100% of the proceeds to the Women's shelter while jump-starting their new business partnership program.


Car collides with La Crosse school bus Video included

The driver of the car was cited with failure to yield right of way in an uncontrolled intersection.


Fatal crash closes highway in Jackson County

UPDATE: Highway 95 is open again to traffic following the collision of two commercial vehicles earlier Friday.


Local organic restaurants gear up for MOSES conference Video included

Locations like Hackberry's Bistro above the People's Food Co-op are expecting an influx over the weekend.


Lego robotics team in state competition Video included

A La Crescent catholic elementary school is competing in a state Lego robotics tourney. 


West Salem Middle School new gymnasium near completion Video included

The West Salem School District is getting closer to opening their new middle school, and inside that middle school is a brand new gymnasium that is only a few weeks away from completion.


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