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43 min ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Professors on University of Wisconsin System campuses occasionally get into trouble for what they say in class, on social media or on the Internet.
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2 hrs ago | WIZM-AM La Crosse
A task force would determine the future of senior programming in La Crosse after a city council Tuesday night vote.
6 hrs ago | WIZM-AM La Crosse
Cars, bikes, trains...who knows what types of transportation the future holds for La Crosse? Those questions might be answered by a new study that will be sought by city hall.
La Crosse has taken down more than one-third of it's 6,000 city-owned ash trees since 2012.
Both teachers and legislators have thrown their support behind a Senate bill that could help school districts shorten their calendars.
Aquinas Catholic Schools President Dr. Kurt Nelson has accepted the position of Superintendent of Catholic Education for Archdiocese of St. Louis.
All proceeds from Freedom Fest, which will be held on Saturday, June 14 at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex, will benefit veterans' causes.
Onalaska will still celebrate the 4th of July with music and fireworks this summer...but not exactly in the same way as usual.
The La Crosse Tribune reports Town of Onalaska officials hired someone to stick several hundred sticks of plastic explosives in the frozen Sand Lake Coulee Creek and blow it up on Friday.
Seems drug dealers from this area are taking trips out west to get legal pot that can be sold back here.
The annual event at the La Crosse Center featured about 500 student musicians from 5th through 12th grade.
The number of people riding the bus in La Crosse is up, despite a national report saying ridership is down in some of the state's metro areas.
The La Crosse Regional Airport says they are ready to move ahead with Phase II of their rehabilitation project that will make significant changes to the interior building of the airport.
SPARTA, Wis. Gundersen Health System's Sparta Clinic could remain closed for the rest of the week after a roof leak led to water damage inside the building.
A neighborhood renewal project in La Crosse is gearing up for another chapter. Last spring, a partnership of neighbors and local organizations worked together to revitalize the Powell-Poage-Hamilton neighborhood.
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Students from La Crosse Logan, Central and LaCrossroads High Schools got a reality check today as they participated in the annual "Reality Store" held at Logan High School.