While the number of electric vehicles on the road is still small, the amount continues to rise.
How much did your state spend? Find out here, and compare how your state fared against others in the high-stakes rush for personal protective equipment and scarce medical devices.
With the holiday season under way, charitable donations are on the rise. But how do organizations use their funds?
There are many high-paying jobs that don’t require a master’s degree or higher.
Which states did the best job self-reporting their numbers to the Census Bureau? How did your state rank? Find out.
Find out the latest coronavirus numbers and statistics for your state, and how it compares to the nation.
The Fair Housing Act was created 50 years ago to prevent discrimination in lending. How is it doing today?
Read through the obituaries published today in La Crosse Tribune.
It’s not on every corner, but just about. And with Kwik Trip about to open another Holmen store -- its 800th store overall -- here's a look at some history.
Tribune photographer Peter Thomson captured these photos in September 2020.
The musical comedy “Church Basement Ladies” will make a special appearance at the Viterbo University Fine Arts Center Main Theatre as part of its 20th anniversary national tour on Thursday, March 17, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
School districts across the state are experiencing extreme staffing difficulties, as the highly transmissible omicron variant causes absences to skyrocket and the pool of available substitute teachers to shrink.
Some say UW-Madison is again falling short in its pandemic response and others feel the university is acting cautiously appropriate ahead of the spring semester, which starts Tuesday.
RUDD, Iowa (AP) — On Dec. 15, a serial derecho ripped through parts of Iowa, leaving a path of devastation behind. But one of the hardest-hit communities in North Iowa was Rudd in Floyd County.
One graduate said his degree allows him and others "the means to take one of the lowest points in our lives and turn it into a positive."
A bench warrant has been rescinded against a 45-year-old La Crosse man accused of felony assault.
A federal judge in Madison sentenced a former Chippewa Falls man to 10 years in federal prison Thursday for fraudulently getting military contracts.
Rep. Elijah Behnke, R-Oconto, is shown on what appears to be a hidden camera posted to YouTube making incendiary comments.
Michael Zeimet works as a clerical assistant for the state Department of Transportation's west Madison Department of Motor Vehicles office.
"It is far from clear that Mr. Gableman has any authority to act for the Legislature at this point," Jeffrey Mandell told Circuit Judge Ralph Ramirez.
Wisconsin's three transmission utilities would be able to block competitors from bidding on projects within their territories, which opponents say would boost their profits at ratepayers’ expense.