Alliance to HEAL gets a Wake Up Call

The conversation continues on the opioid crisis in La Crosse. Last summer, a group called The Alliance to HEAL formed with a goal to fix the gaps in care for people with substance abuse disorders.

RAIN BOOTS

Physicians warn of flood clean up health hazards

As communities brace for another round of spring floods, area physicians are looking ahead to the cleanup process and urging residents to use the proper precautions to protect their well-being.

Avocados recalled in Wisconsin over listeria concerns

California-grown avocados sold in bulk to retail stores in six states, including Wisconsin, by the Henry Avocado Corporation are being recalled due to potential contamination with the bacterium listeria monocytogenes, the company announced on Saturday.

Medical Monday: Parkinson’s Disease

Statistics from Gundersen Health System show it only affects between 1 to 3 percent of the population over 50, still Parkinson’s Disease can be devastating. Currently, there’s no cure.

STORMTRACKER 19 WEATHER

La Crosse
76°
Winona
73°
Decorah
70°
Whitehall
74°
Prairie Du Chien
68°
Tomah
72°
Rochester
72°
Rain returns for the weekend…

Rain returns for the weekend…

Thursday will bring fair weather clouds, but rain will follow for the weekend.

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Three injured in Vernon County head on crash

Three people are hurt, including an infant, in a two vehicle head-on crash near Coon Valley Wednesday morning. 

Local Jefferson Awards winner honored in D.C.

A local Jefferson Awards winner is honored at the National Jefferson Awards ceremony in Washington D.C.

VIDEO: 2 dead after semi explodes on I-94 near Milwaukee

Wisconsin authorities say the drivers of two semitrailers are dead after one hit a construction barrier on an interstate and

Lanesboro hemp farmer charged with selling drugs

A Minnesota hemp farmer is facing charges after authorities claimed his products had more than the legal limit of the

Wabasha Co. brothers plead guilty to shocking string of home invasions

Two Wabasha County brothers entered a plea in court after admitting to an astonishing string of violent home invasions.