Learning more about chronic wasting disease in Eastern Minnesota

Minnesota's Houston county saw the first case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) last month. In response, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) held a public information meeting in Winona.

Owl rescued from car grill in Trempealeau County

According to the DNR, Trempealeau County Warden Meghan Jensen got a call the morning of September 23 from a driver who believed he had killed an owl while traveling a local road the night before.

Connecting students with nature

Students and community members alike gathered at Chad Erickson Memorial Park to celebrate the opening of a trail connecting local students with nature on Friday. 

WI bow season opens on Saturday

Plenty of hunters are eager to get back into the woods this weekend. Wisconsin’s archery and crossbow season begins on Saturday. The Wisconsin Department of

Minnesota man injured in Wyoming bear encounter

A 48-year-old hiker from Minnesota has been injured in a bear encounter in northern Wyoming. Park County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lance Mathess says Bradley D. Johnson of Plymouth, Minnesota, received severe injuries to his arm, shoulder and back when he encountered two bears on Sunday afternoon in the Beartooth Mountains near the Wyoming-Montana border.


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Wintry Conditions To Start Your Thursday!

Wintry Conditions To Start Your Thursday!

Cloudy and gloomy conditions will be expected for a majority of the day. Not to mention, there will be some

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Dot art exhibit opens at Lincoln Middle School

Eighth grade student Vlad Butkovich debuted his dot art collection at the Lincoln Middle School Art Gallery with a public

Rivoli apartments gets $300K backing

Downtown La Crosse may soon see additional affordable housing.

Alliance to HEAL tackling opioid epidemic

Americans have a greater chance of dying from an opioid overdose than in a car accident, according to a new

Shoot free throws Saturday at Blessed Sacrament

Anyone nine to 14 years in age is invited to compete in a free throw competition at Blessed Sacrament school

Evers says he will make ‘first step’ toward pot legalization

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will likely include a "first step" toward legalizing medical marijuana in his first state