La Crosse Police are searching for the suspect in a shots fired incident Thursday morning that was captured on camera.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is investigating an officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of a suspect.
The 19-year-old La Crosse man already facing charges for sexually assaulting a child earlier this summer is back in jail after his arrest on new charges.
A number of car break-ins throughout the city have neighborhoods on edge.
La Crosse Police announce that a sex offender is moving to La Crosse.
The annual ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign starts Friday and lasts through Labor Day.
A Cadott man gets one year in jail after pleading no contest to a homicide charge for his role in a fatal Onalaska crash in 2017.
District attorneys across the state got a two percent salary increase from the Wisconsin State Finance Committee.
A not-so-typical call for a La Crosse Police officer who needed to rescue a raccoon early Thursday morning.
The family of a Boscobel man was given closure when Grant County officials identified his remains decades after they were found.
The first big lead in the quadruple murder case in Chippewa County has turned out to be a bust according to Chippewa County Sheriff Jim Kowalczyk.
More details come out regarding a stabbing Monday morning in Winona.
An Elk Mound man is charged with his 12th OWI after officers said he was found passed out at an Eau Claire gas station.
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Freedom Honor Flight attendees honored Vietnam War Veteran Jack Niedfeldt with a flag ceremony after he passed away from Parkinson’s disease in May.
Eau Claire (WQOW) – Local organizations banded together Saturday morning to remember those who died by suicide, and raise awareness to prevent it. The annual Sharing
Two years after the Oscar Mayer plant shut down in Madison, production has picked up again, though not hot dogs this time.
His spirit lives on at Rawhide Boys Ranch, an organization that Starr and his wife, Cherry, helped build.