Here's a look at the La Crosse Tribune's day-by-day coverage from the Todd Kendhammer homicide trial.
A murder case that spanned a 15-month investigation, seven days of testimony and nine hours of deliberations was over in seconds.
Todd Kendhammer on Tuesday denied killing his wife but admitted he lied to investigators about where the couple was going when she sustained h…
A defense witness testified Monday that a windshield fracture pattern is consistent with Todd Kendhammer’s account of a crash he said killed h…
The glass fracture pattern on Todd Kendhammer’s windshield revealed that an object struck the exterior of the glass before a pipe broke throug…
Under police interrogation, Todd Kendhammer repeatedly denied hurting his wife but conceded that a single blow from a pipe he said pierced the…
Barb Kendhammer’s head and neck injuries do not match her husband’s account of a freak car crash that he said claimed her life, a forensic pat…
Defense experts will testify that Barbara Kendhammer’s injuries are consistent with an airborne pipe piercing her windshield and that evidence…
Opening statements begin Tuesday in Todd Kendhammer’s trial for first-degree intentional homicide in the 2016 death of his wife after attorney…
Click here for real-time updates from the La Crosse County Courthouse for the sentencing of Todd Kendhammer. Kendhammer, 47, of West Salem fatally beat his wife, Barbara, early Sept. 16, 2016, and then tried to cover up her murder by staging a traffic crash in the town of Hamilton. She died the next day.
Prosecutors contend Todd Kendhammer fatally beat his wife of 25 years and tried to conceal her death by staging a freak car accident. Kendhamm…
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