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WXOW
3705 CTH 25
La Crescent, Minnesota 55947
Main Switchboard: 507-895-9969
Fax: 507-895-8124

WXOW News
3705 CTH 25
La Crescent, Minnesota 55947
Newsroom: 507-895-1919 or 800-947-9969
Fax: 507-895-6196
aedesk@wxow.com

24-Hour Weather Line: 507-895-1900

General Manager
David Booth

Administrative/HR Manager
Theresa Wopat

News Director
Sean Dwyer

Internet Director
Kevin Millard

General Sales Manager
Brian Schumacher

Chief Engineer
Dan Rasmussen

Commercial Production Manager
Mitch Moths

Marketing & Promotions Manager
Nick Bjerke

Programming Manager
Deb Simonis

Master Control Supervisor
Todd Rastall

WXOW is a subsidiary of family-owned Quincy Media, Inc. 

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STORMTRACKER 19 WEATHER

La Crosse
33°
Winona
32°
Decorah
28°
Whitehall
31°
Prairie Du Chien
34°
Tomah
31°
Rochester
27°
Very Slippery, Slow Down & Plan Ahead!

Very Slippery, Slow Down & Plan Ahead!

Slippery roads this morning because of continuing fog/freezing drizzle. That may be possible this evening as another round of freezing

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Local food pantry impacted by government shutdown

WAFER Food Pantry is preparing to deal with local ramifications from the partial government shutdown.

Criminal defense attorney examines Patterson case

The man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing her parents, sits in jail on a $5 million bond. 

Dispatcher details moments she found out Jayme Closs had escaped her abductor

It was a call that put into motion the safe return of Jayme Closs, the girl who had been kidnapped

ALL CLEAR: Used syringes found in suspicious package left at Dresbach rest area

UPDATE: Around 4:30 p.m., authorities determined that the suspicous package contained used syringes.

Prison time for Sparta man on child porn, other charges

A Sparta man gets 20 years in prison after his conviction on a number of crimes against children.