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Reports of stolen packages in La Crosse

Throughout the country there are complaints of people stealing packages and La Crosse police say it's happening here. More>>

Mitrel Anderson's attorneys give their reaction to the verdict

Mitrel Anderson's attorneys give their reaction to the verdict

Anderson's attorneys share their feelings after verdict Anderson's attorneys share their feelings after verdict

LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) - On Friday, News 19 had a chance to speak to Mitrel Anderson's attorneys. They described to us the emotions they felt when the verdict was read."It was surreal, this is something that we've been working towards for 18 months with a client that we absolutely believe to be innocent and it was a vindication of all of that work that we put into this trial," says Chris Zachar.Anderson's other attorney, Elizabeth Wright goes on to say, "We were excited, relieved, and th... More>>

Police, towing companies reminding drivers to "move over or slow down" in holiday traffic

For those traveling this holiday season, drivers are urged by police and those who have to go pick up stranded vehicles, to remember two things—move over or slow down. More>>

"Fat Bike" sales increase in La Crosse Video included

A new type of bike is gaining popularity in the area. More>>

Hunger Task Force of La Crosse gets $12K donation

Altra Federal Credit Union hoped to help"drive away hunger" Friday with their donation of $12,850 to the Hunger Task Force of La Crosse.

Local students donate to Salvation Army

It's been months in the making; today students from Lincoln Middle, Hamilton, and SOTA schools delivered a sizable donation of food and necessities to the Salvation Army in La Crosse. More>>

Wisconsin boy hurt by grenade featured on tonight's 20/20 Video included

The story of a 18-month-old Wisconsin boy who was seriously hurt when a grenade landed in his crib will be featured on "20/20" tonight. More>>

Man leads deputies on high-speed pursuit through Winona County

 A man led deputies on a high-speed chase through Winona County. More>>

Holmen Police look for information in shed burglaries

The Holmen Police Department is looking for anyone who had a storage shed burglarized in Holmen between 2011-2013. More>>

Hackers warn not to release 'The Interview' in any form

Hackers sent a new email Friday to Sony Pictures Entertainment, gloating over the studio's "wise" decision to cancel the release of "The Interview" and warning not to distribute the film "in any form." More>>

Mitrel Anderson not guilty in homicide trial Video included

Mitrel Anderson hugging family and friends after his acquittal in his homicide trial. Mitrel Anderson hugging family and friends after his acquittal in his homicide trial.

BREAKING: Jurors have found Mitrel Anderson not guilty in the homicide trial of Demario Lee. Audible cries were heard as the verdict was announced from both the victim's and defendant's side of the courtroom. More>>

UPDATE: Malfunctioning gauge led to tank explosion Video included

The La Crosse Fire Department plans to release the results of their investigation into the cause and origin of an explosion that destroyed a large industrial storage tank in November. More>>

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