Almost everyone is in some way affected by cancer. That includes Dr. Bob Volz, best known as a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Gundersen Health System. But now Volz has become the patient. He's been diagnosed with a skeletal muscle cancer that warrants surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.
Weather this spring and summer has been a little cooler than average and we’ve been rather wet as well. But thankfully, the wet and cool conditions won't necessarily run into the fall and winter. This year, if the current predictions for El Niño hold, it could be quite the opposite.
WABASHA, Minn. (KTTC) -- Nearly a dozen barges and their tugboats are held up in the Mississippi river, unable to get south of Winona with their cargo. Officials say they've been grounded by sandbars created by sediment washed into the river during last month's flooding.
As part of continued downtown redevelopment, the City of Onalaska began demolition of the existing bait shop buildings on Monday.
Monday marks the first day to vote by absentee ballot for the upcoming August 12 primary election in Wisconsin. More>>
MADISON, Wis.– Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) is seeking twenty community-minded individuals to serve as part-time AmeriCorps members in emergency management offices throughout the state from September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015.
Getting caught speeding through a road construction work zone is about to get more costly in Minnesota. More>>
A man was hurt in Rushford while trying to do a stunt on his motorcycle. More>>
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - Eleven people are without a home Sunday after the second floor of an apartment duplex went up in flames. More>>
Hundreds of people gathered in Winona this weekend to honor the legacy of former Mayor John Latsch, and to try to break a world record. More>>