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Family of Marine who died at Wisconsin VA center files suit

The family of a Marine veteran who died from a toxic mix of more than a dozen drugs at a U.S. Veterans Affairs facility in Tomah has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the U.S. government.


Children's Museum surprises one millionth visitors with celebration

After serving the Coulee Region for 18 years, the Children's Museum of La Crosse is celebrating the families that make it all possible. 


Village of Holmen breaks ground on new library

The Village of Holmen broke ground on a new library Tuesday, a project village board members say has been in the works for more than ten years. 


Lawsuit against city of Onalaska dropped

The lawsuit filed against the city of Onalaska alleging it broke the law by adding the position of city administrator to its staff has been dropped. 


Sen. Johnson has another awkward campaign moment

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is suggesting that poor single moms take jobs in the day care centers watching their children, a practice Wisconsin restricted seven years ago after massive fraud involving government subsidies.


Campus-wide education and learning conference for UW-L faculty

Each academic year, UW-La Crosse hosts a campus-wide conference for faculty. During this conference, instructors give presentations on projects that they have been working on in their classrooms. 


Internationally renowned speaker comes to Holmen High School

As part of their 2016-17 school year theme, "BElieve in YOUrself", Holmen High School kicked off their school year with an internationally renowned speaker. 


Opening day celebration gets staff members ready for school year

School District of La Crosse staff members gathered at the La Crosse Center on Tuesday for their annual opening day celebration.


Viterbo welcomes students and new major Video included

Viterbo University in La Crosse was founded in the early academic endeavors of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration and collegiate courses were introduced to the school in 1923.


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