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City of La Crosse aims to increase revenue in parking ramps Video included

The Municipal Parking Utility Board is working with the Public Works Department to increase revenue in the city's three parking ramps, all while combating one of it's most expensive problems- vandalism. More>>

Mayo Clinic Health System ramps up surgeries after dealing with dust

Mayo Clinic Health System ramps up surgeries after dealing with dust Video included

Mayo Clinic Health System announced Thursday it has fixed the problem that led to a halt in surgeries last week. Mayo leaders said they will be operating normally within the next two weeks. Mayo canceled thirty to forty surgeries last week after an employee reported a layer of dust on surgical equipment in Mayo's sterile processing and distribution room.  More>>

La Crescent looks to increase senior housing offerings

The City of La Crescent is currently home to a couple of assisted living homes, but Mayor Mike Poellinger said they're at maximum capacity-and the city is losing senior citizens looking for more options. More>>

Walker presidential run featured topic on Capitol City Sunday

Is Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) making the right moves in his build-up to an inevitable run for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination? And can he win a general election if he is the Republican nominee?Those are some of the questions that will be discussed on Capitol City Sunday this weekend. More>>

La Crosse PD takes part in diversity training Video included

The La Crosse Police Department took part in its annual diversity training on Friday, led by Vanessa Roberts, a nationally known presenter on diversity. More>>

NY mayor: Someone may have 'inappropriately' tapped gas line

Someone may have improperly tapped a gas line before an explosion that leveled three apartment buildings and injured nearly two dozen people, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday as firefighters soaked the still-smoldering... More>>

Harlem Globetrotter brings positive message to local kids

Harlem Globetrotter brings positive message to local kids Video included

Buckets Blakes visits local kids Buckets Blakes visits local kids

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) - The Harlem Globetrotters will bring their "Washington Generals Revenge" world tour to La Crosse next Thursday but one player made an early visit to La Crosse working with local children.His name is Buckets Blakes. He spoke at the Mathy Center Boys Girls club about preventing bullying. The program is designed by the Globetrotters and works to help reduce bullying and violence among youth. He also showed off some of his signature ball handling skills to provide so... More>>

Seven Sparta students headed to International Career Development Conference

Seven Sparta students headed to International Career Development Conference

Seven Sparta High School students are headed to Orlando, Florida for the International Career Development Conference.  More>>

5 signs your home is overpriced Video included

?Jillian Hugo, co-owner Coldwell Banker River Valley Realtors, has five signs your home is overpriced.If you take pride in your home, it's natural to see great value in it. In fact, you should see great value. It's where you make memories, grow up and grow old. More>>

Harlem Globetrotters' Buckets Blakes previews the team's upcoming game Video included

Buckets Blakes joins Daybreak to preview the Harlem Globetrotters upcoming basketball game at the La Crosse Center.

West Salem residents talk referendum at final informational meeting ahead of April vote

West Salem residents talk referendum at final informational meeting ahead of April vote Video included

The West Salem School Board held a final informational meeting about the referendum in April at their district offices Thursday morning.The school district is proposing a $31.2 million referendum that would include building a new middle school, renovations to the current middle school, and improve several outdoor facilities including a bus garage, swimming pool, running track, stadium, tennis courts and baseball fields. More>>

WXOW joins 'Project Mercy' panel at UW-L Video included

WXOW's morning anchor Amy DuPont and photographer Mark Bronson stopped by UW-La Crosse Thursday to share their journey to Ethiopia with students. More>>

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