The former Minneapolis police officer who held down George Floyd’s back as one of his colleagues kneeled on the Black man’s neck has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison. J. Alexander Kueng pleaded guilty in October to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. He is already serving …
Brittney Griner has returned to the United States, nearly 10 months after the basketball star’s detention in Russia made her the most high-profile American jailed abroad and set off a political firestorm.
Local food pantries, like those in Tomah, are making a difference in helping those who struggle with food insecurity or just making ends meet.
The House has given final approval to protections for same-sex marriages. The vote Thursday sends the legislation to President Joe Biden, a mo…
Pfizer is asking U.S. regulators to authorize its updated COVID-19 vaccine for children under age 5.The youngest tots already are supposed to …
Updated Covid-19 boosters that carry instructions to arm the body against currently circulating Omicron subvariants offer some protection agai…
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he wants to cut taxes by “significantly” more than $3.4 billion in the next state budget, while remaining coy about how he wants to address major issues like funding for schools and local governments. Vos discussed how he would like to see the Legislature handle the state’s projected $6.6 billion budget surplus during a virtual event Friday hosted by the nonpartisan Wisconsin Policy Forum. Vos and Republicans for months have said they want to cut taxes, with an emphases on further flattening the state’s income tax rates. Gov. Tony Evers will release his budget on Feb. 15 and the Legislature will rewrite it in the months after that.
Wisconsin’s state health secretary who has held the job the past two years, including as the COVID-19 vaccine was first being distributed, is …
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senate Democrats on Thursday elected their leadership for their new 51-seat majority in the upcoming 118th Congress, elevati…
The former Minneapolis police officer who held down George Floyd’s back as one of his colleagues kneeled on the Black man’s neck has been sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison. J. Alexander Kueng pleaded guilty in October to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. He is already serving a federal sentence for violating Floyd’s civil rights, and the state and federal sentence will be served at the same time. Kueng appeared at his sentencing via a video feed from a federal prison in Ohio. When given the chance to address the court, he declined.
Two men from Trempealeau County are sentenced to federal prison in a drugs for guns conspiracy.
Charges are filed on Friday against a La Crosse woman accused of having sexual contact with three children last month at a south side home.
- Holiday Train returning to area beginning December 7
- Two killed in Houston County crash
- Nurse accused of cutting off dying man's foot without his permission given signature bond
- Shed catches fire outside Holmen
- Janesville officials say spray-painted accusation against renter will stay
- Remembering CMN Hero Maddie Payne
- Big raid in Winona results in one arrest, seizure of guns and drugs
- Prairie View Elementary highly rated among La Crosse County schools
- The $57 million man: What's in Luke Fickell's contract?
- No injuries in fire at Tomah residential facility