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  • WEDC awarded money to four more companies that outsourced jobs

    WEDC awarded money to four more companies that outsourced jobs

    As the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) Board of Directors gets ready to consider a proposal to ban financial awards for companies that outsource state jobs, 27 News has learned at least four more companies that outsourced state jobs have benefited from WEDC tax credits. More >>
    As the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) Board of Directors gets ready to consider a proposal to ban financial awards for companies that outsource state jobs, 27 News has learned at least four more companies that outsourced state jobs have benefited from WEDC tax credits. More >>
  • Motorcyclist crashes after Minnesota police chase

    Motorcyclist crashes after Minnesota police chase

    Authorities are investigating a motorcycle crash following a high-speed chase from St. Paul into Wisconsin.More >>
    Authorities are investigating a motorcycle crash following a high-speed chase from St. Paul into Wisconsin.More >>
  • EAA AirVenture draws 500,000 to Oshkosh

    EAA AirVenture draws 500,000 to Oshkosh

    Aviation enthusiasts from as many as 70 countries are gathering in Oshkosh this week for the annual Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture.More >>
    Aviation enthusiasts from as many as 70 countries are gathering in Oshkosh this week for the annual Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture.More >>
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  • Coulee Region Chill roster nearly set

    Coulee Region Chill roster nearly set

    After four days of intense tryouts at Green Ice Arena, the Coulee Region Chill have gone from 170 players to 25 and now begin preparing for the 2014-15 season.Head coach A.J. Degenhart said Monday in a release the team has made its selections for an initial roster and was pleased with the talent displayed during tryouts."We feel we have added some very good pieces to the roster and our hard work with drafting and tendering players has paid off," he said...More >>
    After four days of intense tryouts at Green Ice Arena, the Coulee Region Chill have gone from 170 players to 25 and now begin preparing for the 2014-15 season.Head coach A.J. Degenhart said Monday in a release the team has made its selections for an initial roster and was pleased with the talent displayed during tryouts."We feel we have added some very good pieces to the roster and our hard work with drafting and tendering players has paid off," he said...More >>
  • WEB EXTRA: Onalaska wins Class AA regional title

    WEB EXTRA: Onalaska wins Class AA regional title

    The Onalaska Legion baseball team defeated the La Crosse Northstars 10-7 Sunday afternoon to advance to the state tournament in Baraboo, Wisc. later this week.Onalaska used a seven run fourth inning to break the game open at Viking Field in Holmen.The Class AA tournament begins Friday in Baraboo.More >>
    The Onalaska Legion baseball team defeated the La Crosse Northstars 10-7 Sunday afternoon to advance to the state tournament in Baraboo, Wisc. later this week.Onalaska used a seven run fourth inning to break the game open at Viking Field in Holmen.The Class AA tournament begins Friday in Baraboo.More >>
  • Stingers Top Loggers 6-3

    Stingers Top Loggers 6-3

    LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - Nick Rivera hit a 2-run homer in the eighth inning Sunday to lead the Willmar Stingers past the La Crosse Loggers 6-3 at Copeland Park.More >>
    LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - Nick Rivera hit a 2-run homer in the eighth inning Sunday to lead the Willmar Stingers past the La Crosse Loggers 6-3 at Copeland Park.More >>
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