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53 min ago | WXOW-TV La Crosse
A Sparta man is in serious condition Tuesday after being hit by a car. Sparta Police said Jeremy Briggs, 38, was riding his bike eastbound on Wisconsin Street just east of East Avenue Monday when he was struck from behind by a car.
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5 hrs ago | WIZM-AM La Crosse
One arrest after a high speed chase through La Crosse early this morning. 20 year-old Kevin Jankowski from La Crescent faces a number of charges after leading cops through southside neighborhoods at more than sixty miles per hour at about two this morning.
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One year ago this week, Jeffrey Lepsch went on trial for a double murder at a La Crosse camera store.
Starting Monday, the La Crosse Police Department lobby is undergoing a security and access renovation.
Governor Scott Walker was in La Crosse Monday afternoon to announce plans for a new rest stop along a major highway.
The heat index rose above 90 during the noon hour near La Crosse, but most parts of Wisconsin had a combined temperature and humidity effect in the 80's.
Swarms of Mayflies emerged from the Mississippi River on the evening of July 20th, flocking to street lamps, signs, and other well-lit areas.
Lying about having a felony on federal background check won't make that felony go away for a guy trying to buy a gun in La Crosse.
The hatch was so large you could see it on radar maps. The bugs are harmless and they're actually a sign of a healthy river because they can only reproduce in areas with high-quality water.
North side students will be moving into a brand-new school this fall, as North Side Elementary opens its doors - and now the future of their old stomping grounds is moving forward as well.
The La Crosse County Interstate Fair wrapped up on Sunday, and some fair officials are calling it one of the better overall fairs.
Over 2,000 train enthusiasts filled Copeland Park on Saturday to help celebrate La Crosse's railroad history, while raising money to maintain the La Crosse short-line railroad museum.
On Saturday, motorcycle riders and other car drivers made a trip through Monroe, La Crosse, and Jackson counties-with the hope to raise $8,000 to send area burn survivors to a summer camp for burn injured youth.
La Crosse is joining a handful of other counties who will ask Gov. Scott Walker to take a second look at federal funds for Medicaid this November.
No one was seriously injured in an accident involving a car hitting the side of a home in downtown La Crosse Saturday.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:10 am
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