As tailgate season returns, so to does a game-day favorite for a good cause. The 10th annual Ace in the Hole Cornhole Tournament once again benefits Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
It’s game on when Tina Peterson with the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin stops by Daybreak. We’re getting our game face on with a sweet and savory combo that’s sure to please plenty.
The Milwaukee Brewers are brushing up their acting skills with another movie parody and it is so fetch.
The Pump House is the place to be for a taste of Irish tunes and tales this St. Patty’s Day weekend. The La Crosse Storytelling Festival and Bluff Country Tale Spinners welcome audiences to join them for their first Night of Irish Stories and Music.
Today’s weather window is from Lilly in La Crosse and it’s friends hanging out on a sunny day!
University of Madison alumni Lorraine Hansberry’s groundbreaking play A Raisin in the Sun debuted 60 years ago today.
It’s a part of the human condition that no one wants to talk about. Luckily, there are people who do talk about death and how to keep quality of life as high as possible.
The Wisconsin State Patrol is looking for brave men and women to answer the call to service.
Today’s weather window is made by Brielle From Viroqua has angry storms moving through!
La Crescent High School invites you to get in the groove with some “Summer Love.” The musical “Grease” hits the stage at the Fine Arts Center for one weekend only.
It’s a chance to once again win some prizes and perhaps the biggest prize of all — better physical health through a free fitness challenge. Registration is open for the free six-week Minutes in Motion challenge.
Today’s weather window is from Emily in Mabel Canton with a clear day outside!
It’s a night to celebrate both Rising Stars and an American icon. The La Crosse Symphony Orchestra returns to the Viterbo Fine Arts Center on Saturday, March 9 with an evening titled “Celebrating Young Talent.”
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CRIME AND COURTS
A $250,000 cash bond was set for the rural Chaseburg man arrested on a homicide charge.
Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would allow some first-time drunken drivers to ask judges to erase their record.
A Chaseburg man is arrested on a charge of First Degree Intentional Homicide in the death of an Arizona man Saturday morning.
Cash bond is set at $1 million for a 34-year-old man accused of killing a missing girl’s mother in Milwaukee.
The Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner’s Office said Saturday night that it had preliminarily identified the the victim as Robinson, and that the manner of death was homicide due to blunt force trauma to the head.