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UPDATE: Potential measles exposure in western Wisconsin; southeastern Minnesota Video included

The La Crosse and Trempealeau County Health Departments are urging some residents to check to see if they're up-to-date on measles vaccinations.

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Video included

Even if you may be unsure if actual endangerment is taking place, one simple call can mean the difference in saving a life.

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Police: Drop off old or unused medications Video included

A reminder from local police to drop off any used or old prescription medicine for "Dose of Reality' week. 

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New and familiar faces join La Crosse School District in leadership roles

The School District of La Crosse Board of Education approved the hiring of a new director of elementary education, a new principal, and a new director of information technology. 

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Perrot State Park conducts 190 acre controlled burn Video included

If you happened to be near Perrot State Park in Trempealeau today, you may have seen fire and smoke coming from the bluffs. Winona residents also were able to see the smoke and flames coming from the bluff top across the Mississippi River. The fire was part of a controlled burn.

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Father goes to prison in daughter's neglect death Video included

A father convicted of child neglect for letting his year-old daughter die is sentenced to prison Wednesday. 

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The Cal Fremling returns to Winona's Levee Park Video included

The Cal Fremling boat has anchored down at Levee Park in Winona for the summer. The welcoming back of the boat was marked with an open house.  Cal Fremling was a staple in the Winona community and spent a lot of time on the Mississippi River. His legacy continues through research campaigns on the upper Mississippi.

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Stakes in Riverside Park provide visuals of La Crosse Center expansion Video included

Architects with the La Crosse Center expansion project are giving people a visual of what the redesign will do to Riverside Park. 

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PHOTOS: Daybreak goes Wild...Kingdom, that is....

A special visit Wednesday morning for our Daybreak crew. Mutual of Omaha's Stephanie Arne came by the studios with some of her animal friends to talk about their lives and habitat.

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