Measles makes a comeback

There is new concern about a resurgence of measles and a western Wisconsin infection control specialist is pointing to the one thing that can control it.

Medical Monday: Health benefits of a “dry” month

La Crosse, WI (WXOW) – If your plan to get healthier in 2019 has already fallen off the wagon, there’s a new diet trend you might consider, and it doesn’t have to last the year. Experts say a “dry” month — without alcohol — could provide a big boost to overall wellness.

Influenza cases down compared to previous year

Last year’s H3N2 strain claimed the lives of 185 children and hospitalized tens of thousands in the country. This year’s strain of H1N1 has had significantly less of an effect

Medical Monday: Resetting your body clock

(WXOW) – Whether you’re a night owl or an early bird, the way your body keeps time has a natural flow and disrupting that could be more harmful than just losing some sleep.


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Pleasant weekend, some rain on Sunday…

Pleasant weekend, some rain on Sunday…

A new flood warning is expected for the Mississippi River at La Crosse starting Monday afternoon.

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Robotics competition brings out the best

A robotics competition was held at Western Technical College on Friday afternoon.

Houston County woman advocates for hay donations

Heidi Olson is garnering support for Nebraska flood victims by advocating for hay donations to support farmers.

Como Falls reparations need public input and funding

On Saturday, March 30, at 11 a.m. there will be a special meeting for the Hokah community in the city

Strategic summit on child care and the need for more carevgivers

When people look for a place to live, they typically consider some important factors.  Among them, safety, quality education and

Public Flood Meeting for Shore Acres residents

A rising Mississippi River has prompted the city of La Crescent to help those nearest - residents along Shore Acres