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.
That’s because West Salem second grade teacher Anne Skaar will use the $750 dollars from SSE Music, Brenengen Auto and Dependable Solutions to create a lesson using rock tumblers.
Today’s weather window is from Lyona from La Crosse
A semi driver was cited after failing to stop at a red light and crashing into an Ashwaubenon officer.
Today’s weather window is from Colton in Onalaska
La Crosse Community Theatre is calling all writers, directors and actors who’d like to see a play go from creation to curtain in just the span of a single day. The 24 Hour Project is part of LCT’s push for more adult-education opportunities.
Today’s weather window is from Troy in Tomah
We’re calling this a “berry” good start to Valentine’s week. The 71st Alice in Dairyland, Kaitlyn Riley shows us how to give some love to our hearts with some sweet treats featuring a popular state fruit.
While many are looking ahead to Spring, snowmobile enthusiasts say, “Not so fast!” And they’ve got a pretty good reason for doing so.
Today’s Weather Window was sent in by Mason from Tomah!
As we edge closer to the Valentine’s Day festivities, we’re showing some love to La Crosse’s edgy sketch comedy group. Live! From La Crosse brings its 18th episode to the Cavalier Theater this weekend.
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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.