The CEOs of the three most powerful regional nonprofits saw their pay rise by an average of 47.2% in just three years, according to public records.
La Crosse County has been the location of 10 superfund sites, but only one of those sites remains on the Active National Priorities List.
The La Crosse Board of Education president is “not comfortable” renewing a $250,000 contract with the police department that pays for five police officers to serve in the district’s schools.
What happened to the vibrant black farming communities that once populated parts of the driftless region?
“It’s not a flashy, technical record, it’s my soul, it’s my heart,” says Josh Rabie of his new album.
Spike Lee’s newly released film Da 5 Bloods offers answers to some of the questions being asked on the streets by the wave of protests against systemic racism.
What do one of the founders of Facebook, the chief operating officer of Blackstone Group, the American Association of Clinical Urologists and the co-chairman of Bain Capital have in common?
The nationwide protests against police brutality and white supremacy have sparked local interest in African American literature and antiracist books.
Evictions have surged in La Crosse County since the lifting of a temporary eviction ban, despite the launch of a state program to help renters.
The city is cutting the library’s budget by 10%, resulting in an announcement of 15 layoffs. Meanwhile, funding for the police department will be cut by just 0.8%.