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La Crosse residents save Halloween from hundreds of miles away Video included

At Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near Kyle, South Dakota, Halloween is a time for family celebration, but because of a series of hail storms in the fall which affected their farms, it demolished their pumpkin crop--making Halloween difficult to celebrate without pumpkins. More>>

Gus Zabel Shows displays hundreds of sports collectibles in La Crosse Video included

Kids, adults, and mostly, sports fans, who may have gone shopping the past few days were in for a treat at Valley View Mall over the weekend. More>>

USS Detroit christened in Wisconsin Video included

The United States Navy christened the combat ship USS Detroit at a ceremony Saturday in Marinette, Wisconsin. The newest combat ship assembled in the Marinette marine ship yard, took the plunge into the nearby Menominee River.

Family Dog Center Hosts Benefit for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

Family Dog Center Hosts Benefit for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals

The Family Dog Center hosted a benefit tonight at Stoney Creek Hotel in Onalaska for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. The event was called Team Alysta Night, for 2014-2015 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Hero Alysta King. More>>

Vernon County Sheriff on Drug Bust: “Probably in the top five” Video included

After a five month investigation, a La Crosse man, 49-year-old Mark Kummeth, is in jail after officials found $200,000 worth of marijuana during a drug bust in Vernon County on Friday—the largest bust in the county in roughly 15 years. More>>

Divers Find Old Truck Submerged on Mississippi Riverbed

Divers Find Old Truck Submerged on Mississippi Riverbed

Two local divers found a thirty to forty year old truck buried on the bottom of the Mississippi near the 7th Street Boat Landing in La Crosse this afternoon.The divers spotted the car using sonar onboard their boat, and then decided to investigate. One of the two divers was able to determine the object was a vehicle, but because they were using an umbilical system instead of dive tanks, they could not get any closer. They called the police to report the submerged vehicle.The La Crosse Dive Un... More>>

Over 200 people “Run from the Cops” in Onalaska

It may have been a chilly Saturday morning for runners and walkers, but that didn't stop roughly 250 people from participating in the 5th annual “Run from the Cops” 5k/5 mile run and walk in Onalaska. More>>

Kids, Adults learn about reptiles, amphibians in Onalaska on “Science Saturday” Video included

Kids and adults of all ages had the opportunity to learn about amphibians and reptiles at the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge Visitors Center in Brice Prairie on Saturday. More>>

Cardinal Burke out as Chief Justice Video included

?Cardinal Raymond Burke will no longer be the Chief Justice of the Vatican's Supreme Court. That news released Friday by the National Catholic Reporter. Burke served as Bishop of La Crosse from 1994 to 2003.

Walker, Burke disagree on economy Video included

Democrat Mary Burke argued during a debate Friday in Wisconsin's hotly contested governor's race that Republican incumbent Scott Walker mismanaged Wisconsin's finances, leading to a projected $1.8 billion budget shortfall, and enacted tax cuts that benefited the wealthy over the middle class.

UW- La Crosse breaks ground on new student center Video included

Officials and students of UW-La Crosse officially broke ground today on the university's $53 million state-of-the-art student center. More>>

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