Onalaska's Plan Commission Sub-Committee met tonight to talk about the Badger Coulee Line and urban agriculture.The city says they have major concerns about the southern route for the Badger Coulee Transmission Line. While the American Transmission Company says the line will address reliability issues and save money for Wisconsin residents, Land Use Development Director Brea Grace said that the city had concerns over decline in sales prices of property near the line, the possible difficulty ... More>>
The School District of Onalaska's Community Design Team met Tuesday night to finalize floor plans and design finishes for renovations of Northern Hills Elementary and Irving Pertzsch Elementary. Construction on the two schools might start as soon as Monday, when the Board of Education will choose a bid from one of five contractors. The projects were approved in a community referendum on February 18th, and will cost $16 million. More>>
The arrival of winter will mean the temporary end of construction on the Interstate 90 project on the Wisconsin/Minnesota border. The two westbound lanes will reopen when the snow starts to fly.
The La Crosse School District is meeting expectations according to a recent report card released Tuesday by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. More>>
Fast action by rescuers saves an elderly New Lisbon woman trapped in her car after it becomes submerged underwater Monday morning. More>>
For the second year in a row UW-La Crosse has received a national award honoring colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. More>>
Whether it's a small dent or major damage, dealing with the aftermath of a car crash can be overwhelming.
The city of La Crescent has a new police chief. Former chief Todd Nelson retired in May and Doug Stavenau took over in his place. Stavenau has worked for the La Crescent police department for 16 years.
WAFER food pantry is asking for your vote.The Walmart Foundation has launched Fight Hunger. Spark Change., a nationwide campaign calling on the public to get involved in the fight against hunger.
Hours after Adrian Peterson was reinstated by the Minnesota Vikings, another child abuse allegation has been made public. More>>
The Governor met with some local farmers and agriculture business owners to discuss his comeback plan.
Work to repair damages to the eastbound bridge on Interstate 90 over Oak Street in Onalaska will start Monday. More>>
tate Troopers say a westbound semi left the road and went through the median, into the eastbound lanes of I-94. More>>
Campaign season is in full swing and the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding everyone that placement of campaign signs and other unauthorized objects in state highway right of ways is not allowed under state law.
It's the most attended gathering of international dairy enthusiasts and it takes place in Madison, Wisconsin every year. More>>
The future of the former Roosevelt Elementary school in La Crosse is the subect of controversy. It will likely be turned into apartments, but who will live there and how much they'll pay is a matter of debate.
Recent changes in Wisconsin laws have caused some concern with certain families in the community. A change in the law gives the state the power to collect money and property from families whose loved ones received medicaid services, which includes the power to file foreclosure on properties. More>>