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Mayo Clinic Health System monitoring Texas Ebola case Video included

Medical staff at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse said even though it is unlikely that someone here has the Ebola virus, they are on alert and monitoring the Texas case. More>>

I-90 lane closures begin near St. Charles

Beginning Thursday, drivers in Minnesota will encounter some lane closures on I-90 heading East near St. Charles.
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Onalaska Invites Feedback from Public on Finalized Waterfront Plan

Onalaska Invites Feedback from Public on Finalized Waterfront Plan

The City of Onalaska held the final event of its three day Great River Landing project charrette Wednesday at City Hall.
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Mutual aid agreement between La Crosse, La Crescent in its 2nd year Video included

Such an agreement is in place between La Crosse and La Crescent. This mutual aid agreement came about because of two potential emergency situations, the I-90 bridge project and the increase in crude oil trains coming through our area. It's those situations that make a mutual aid response critical in both saving lives and time during an emergency. More>>

Melinda's Garden Moment: Save Your Geraniums This Winter Video included

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) You can save a little money by saving your geraniums over the winter. That's the focus of this edition of Melinda's Garden Moment. More>>

2011 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics to Visit the UW-La Crosse Video included

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) The 2011 Nobel Prize winner in physics will spend some time at the UW-La Crosse. Adam Riess is going to work with students, and he will talk about the work leading to the Nobel Prize during a public lecture Friday October 2.Riess and his team studied exploding stars called supernovae. From their work, they can show how the expansion of the universe is accelerating.Riess is the 15th Nobel Prize winner to visit the UW-La Crosse campus. Eric Barnes of the Physics Depa... More>>

Advisory referendum aims to increase funding for BadgerCare Video included

An advisory referendum in November may be Wisconsin taxpayers' last chance to convince Governor Scott Walker to accept federal funding for the BadgerCare program. More>>

Sheriff looking for suspects in Hillsboro gun thefts Video included

The Vernon County Sheriff's department is looking for information about a house burglary near the City of Hillsboro. The Sheriff's department said sometime during the night Friday, Sept. 26, a house on Ridge Road was burglarized.
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La Crosse voters urged to check their registration for November election

With the election just several weeks away, La Crosse City Clerk Teri Lehrke is urging local voters to make sure they are properly registered for the November 4 General Election. More>>

Mayo Clinic Health System offering Flu Vaccine Clinics

Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to protect against the flu. Influenza viruses are always changing, so annual immunization is recommended. The vaccine protects against three or four different influenza viruses.
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First National Choose to be G.R.E.A.T. Day Brings Officers to Emerson Classrooms

First National Choose to be G.R.E.A.T. Day Brings Officers to Emerson Classrooms Video included

Governor Walker and Governor Dayton have both declared October 1st as "Choose to be G.R.E.A.T. Day" for Wisconsin and Minnesota, respectively. Officer Kurt Weaver of the La Crosse Police Department was in fourth-grade classrooms at Emerson Elementary School to honor the day with students. Officer Kurt Weaver started the G.R.E.A.T. program with students and had them sign the G.R.E.A.T. pledge. More>>

Tri-County Electric Cooperative celebrates new solar energy project Video included

A Rushford based co-op is helping pave the way to provide affordable, renewable energy for its members. The Tri-County Electric Cooperative celebrated the co-op's first community solar project on Tuesday night. It was three years in the making. More>>

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