A nurse in the Monroe County Jail faces criminal charges after she allegedly engaged in sexual contact with an inmate.
A 49-year-old on a college football team, a visit to World Dairy Days, and stops at Mayo's Heritage Days, the Golden Rule ship and Hy-Vee make up 5 videos to watch now.
Discover Wisconsin, the nation’s longest-running travel and tourism TV series, will spotlight Kwik Trip and why it has become one of the most beloved gas station brand in America.
Mayo Clinic Health System marked 30 years and Heritage Days on Thursday, a time to thank staff and volunteers for their upholding of the hospital’s mission and values.
Viterbo University and Regis Catholic Schools in Eau Claire have announced a new educational partnership in the Catholic tradition that will allow Regis High School students to take Viterbo courses and creates a seamless pathway to a Catholic education at the university.
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Candidates for the 3rd Congressional District seat recently answered a set of questions asked by the Tribune. Here are the written answers from Brad Pfaff (D) and Derrick Van Orden (R), as well as the biographical information they both supplied when they answered questions prior to the prima…
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Agriculture workers are some five to seven times more likely to die on the job than the national average for workers, making it one of the most dangerous professions in the U.S.
Gundersen Health System and Mayo Clinic Health System are both offering the Pfizer bivalent COVID-19 vaccine.
Bangor native and author Gary F. Jones will be at the John Bosshard Memorial Library in Bangor on Oct. 13 at 6:30 p.m. to speaking about his new book, "The Iceman's Curse."
UW-La Crosse launched its business analytics minor at the worst possible time: the fall of 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
YWCA La Crosse is accepting donations through Nov. 1 for its Get Warm event.
The public is invited to participate in the City of La Crosse’s Equity & Diversity Survey.
Lita is a sweet and loving 3-year-old torbie girl with the prettiest markings! She loves to get pets and chin scratches from her people. Lita would likely do well in a home with other pets and children if given proper slow introductions. Ask a caregiver about how to go about setting everyone…
I want you to picture yourself at home, cozy, maybe with a favorite book in hand or a show on. It’s late but not so late that you have to go to bed. You’re getting ready to settle in when you see it. Right across from you, behind the TV, is an enormous centipede. It’s crawling up the wall, i…
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has confirmed that a white-tailed buck at a Vernon County deer farm has tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The results were confirmed by the National Veterinary Services Laboratories in Ames, Iowa.
When Russell Winchel had the chance to help deliver his daughter, he jumped at the opportunity.
The City of Onalaska is gearing up to prepare a new 20-year Comprehensive Plan. The first step in the process is the 2022 Community Survey.
La Crosse County 4-H is hosting its first ever youth craft fair on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Presbyterian Church in West Salem.
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The Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin-La Crosse (DSAW-La Crosse) will host its 20th Annual Down Syndrome Awareness Walk and event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at Myrick Park.
The public is invited to get a look at the new downtown La Crosse offices of the Gundersen Medical Foundation during an open house event from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday. The offices are at 201 N. Third St.
A new adapted bicycle at UW-La Crosse is getting a workout by students learning how to support those with disabilities participate in recreation.