One person died Saturday evening after being shot on the city's North Side.

Police were called to the 900 block of Copeland Avenue about 9:40 p.m. for a report of a shooting, according to the La Crosse Police Department.

Authorities found one person suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was taken by ambulance to a local hospital where the victim later died.

The name of the victim has not been released.

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Gun shows every night of the week,somewhere in Cheeseland. Think of the 20,000 deaths in Chicago, the major market to Wisconsin. along with Indiana and Mississippi.

They"re supplying them and the Illini are using them. Dead forever,..... not just for awhile.


Thanks, Chicago


The victim was a 17 or 18 young black man. How sad he had his whole life a head of him. Prayers to his family and friends, When is this nonsense going to stop???


I wonder what the bond will be.....Hmmm..........

Jokes in LaCrosse

No word on if suspect is at large? LCPD sucks so does the tribune w Transparency


Don't they usually say something like, there is no threat to the general public, after something like this? Just to reassure everyone if nothing else. If there's a bad guy on the loose, it would be nice to have a description of the suspect

so that we could either avoid him or report him or her.

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