Nearly 4,000 workers have left the La Crosse area labor force since February, a worrying statistic the official unemployment rate conceals.
Here is a day to lean and loaf and ponder that word that consumes so much of our lives: work.
The students are worried adequate safeguards have not been put in place to prevent a large covid outbreak as thousands return to campus.
Student workers at UWL announced they were taking strike action on Thursday, with a rally planned for Friday.
A group of UWL workers say the university has done little to protect them from COVID and are demanding hazard pay and improved conditions.
The nurses are organizing medical and other aid for those sleeping outside in La Crosse at a special event next Tuesday.
Many local immigrant families who are out of work are unable to access unemployment benefits. Find out how you can help.
Sixty-one workers at Northern Engraving will lose their jobs. Other job losses at a manufacturing company in Galesville have also been announced.
La Crosse teachers union president John Havlicek talks about COVID-19’s impact on public schools, systemic racism, and why now isn’t the time to cut education funding.
Nurse Jayne Swiggum is running for state senate free from any financial influencers and wants to give working people a real voice in the statehouse.