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As soon as the Wisconsin Supreme Court recklessly ended Gov. Tony Evers' "safer at home" order, several Wisconsinites crowded in to bars and taverns to blow off some COVID-19 steam. Hopefully this foolish action doesn't lead to a surge in new cases of the dangerous disease.
Gov. Tony Evers recently requested more than $1 billion, a blank check for the state Department of Health Services, and virtually limitless taxpayer-funded employees in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The abortion debate is at the center of U.S. political dialogue, but one important group’s voice is often absent in this heated debate: the women who choose abortion.
For fans who consider the sport from an ethical perspective, issues of brain diseases, violence and more raise a question: Is watching football morally problematic?
What exactly do we mean by teenage behavior? And who gets to be this kind of teenager? These questions are central to the conversation.
In the wake of sexual assault and harassment allegations involving Brett Kavanaugh, Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly and others, Americans may be learning just how prevalent sexual violence is in our society. So, what can be done to prevent it?
We’d all like to be a little happier. Here's one possible solution for how we can actually make that happen.
When it comes to disaster response, the same problem seems to occur over and over: Too much aid goes to some areas while other places with great need get too little help or none at all.
Labor Day marked the beginning of the decisive, final stretch of the U.S. political campaign season, when candidates prepare to debate one another by practicing their ad-libs or “zingers,” as they’re called, hoping to have the last word with voters. Here's a look at some of the best:
According to researchers, it is not a matter of if, but when, the next disease will sweep the world with deadly and costly consequences. Here's how the United States and rest of the world could prepare:
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The Board of Education for the School District of La Crosse will host a virtual informational meeting about the upcoming April election and available positions on the school board.
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The sixth charge is for Jackson Sparks, an 8-year-old boy who had been walking in the parade.
A jury was seated Monday to hear the case against Jussie Smollett, who says he was the victim of a racist and homophobic assault in downtown Chicago that authorities say was a hoax.
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Two La Crosse men are being held in the La Crosse County Jail after being arrested in La Crosse Nov. 28 on drug charges.
A Rochester, Minnesota, man is in custody after allegedly trying to force his way into a Trempealeau County residence and leading police on a vehicle chase into Minnesota.
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A lease agreement between the city of La Crosse and developers hopeful to use a historic building in Riverside Park as a wedding venue is moving forward after the City Plan Commission gave its approval on Monday.
The La Crosse City Plan Commission gave its approval of changing a zoning ordinance on Monday, which was prompted by Bethany Lutheran Homes proposal to expand its campus.
A second round of identical funding will be released next year, bringing the total to more than $411 million in allocations to Wisconsin communities with fewer than 50,000 residents.
The windows were removed from a Bethesda chapel, restored and installed in the Good Shepherd sanctuary in Watertown.