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La Crosse Police looking for suspect(s) in American Legion burglary

The La Crosse Police Department is investigating a burglary at the American Legion on 6th Street in La Crosse. Police said the suspect(s) smashed the glass door to get inside the Legion. Once inside, the burglar(s) disarmed the security system and ransacked the business, entered gaming machines, and removed cash from them. More>>

Sex offender released into the La Crosse community

The La Crosse Police Department wants the public to know about a sex offender living in the La Crosse community. Mark Heidel, 42, is living at 712 La Crosse Street Upper. More>>

Fit Friday: Exercising your etiquette Video included

La Crescent, MN (WXOW)- Come January fitness centers and gyms will get crowded. Many people make it their new year's resolution to lose weight and get fit. Before you head to the gym personal trainers say you need to brush up on gym etiquette. News 19's Amy DuPont runs down the "no-no's" in this week's fit Friday report. Snap Fitness personal trainer Jordan Rudolph says veterans and gym "newbies" alike are often guilty of committing fitness faux pas. Jordan says he once arrived at his gym to ... More>>

"Pulse Point" app Q & A Video included

La Crosse, WI (WXOW) Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance executive director Tom Tornstrom appeared on News 19 Daybreak Friday morning to answer questions about the new "Pulse Point" app. The day is was released more than 250 people downloaded the free app. Tom says it's an easy app to navigate and can be lifesaving. More>>

Homicide charge file in tow truck driver's death

A La Crosse man has been charged with negligent homicide in the roadside death of a tow truck operator. More>>

Death with Dignity Video included

Every year in this country, about 2.5 Million people die. About 40 thousand die by suicide. That's about one and a half percent. But that relatively small number has become a big issue. The decision this month by an Oregon woman to end her life on her own terms as she battled cancer has raised some difficult questions. More>>

"The Buzz" of St. Charles raided again; two men held on marijuana charges

A man notorious for his efforts to legalize marijuana use in Minnesota was arrested in St. Charles again Wednesday evening and jailed overnight in Winona along with another man.

Onalaska kicks off a new holiday tradition Video included

The city of Onalaska kicked off their first annual Holiday Extravaganza Thursday. More>>

La Crosse Loggers proposing $1 million improvements to Copeland Park Video included

The La Crosse Loggers are proposing significant improvements to the Lumber Yard at Copeland Park—nearly $1 million worth of improvements to be exact. More>>

La Crosse Area Baseball Hall of Fame introduces “Walk of Fame” to La Crosse Board

A new organization focused on preserving baseball history in the area introduced a new idea to the city of La Crosse on Monday, and on Thursday, they introduced that same idea to the board of park commissioners at Black River Beach Neighborhood Center. More>>

PulsePoint app looks to save lives Video included

Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance announced the release of its new PulsePoint app on Thursday, designed to alert users when a sudden cardiac arrest occurs in a public place in their immediate vicinity. More>>

NEW INFORMATION: Police standoff ends safely at northside Walgreens store Video included

No one is injured after a naked man barricaded himself in a room at a northside Walgreens store Thursday afternoon. More>>

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