La Crosse-area politician sets record for most campaign cash in a state legislative election.
In the 2018-19 school year, 237 La Crosse County students reported to staff that they were homeless. A local coalition of nonprofits has formed to work on finding solutions to the problem.
La Crosse mayoral candidate Joe Konradt said “Indians” will have an unfair advantage if the Ho-Chunk Nation secures a property tax exemption at the River Point District site.
K.C. Cayo is running on a platform of stronger protections for tenants, reducing and reallocating police spending, and bringing queer representation to the La Crosse Common Council.
You won’t want to miss Ope! Publishing’s free zine on the mayoral candidates, which offers a unique perspective on the election.
The La Crosse company contributed $25,000 over recent years to a group that helped organize the protest that led to the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Watch a video recording of Thursday’s La Crosse Virtual Mayoral Forum.
Some of La Crosse’s biggest landlords are financially backing Jessica Olson’s mayoral candidacy.
Input is being sought from the public on possibilities for civilian oversight of police in La Crosse County. Click through for details on the survey and a link to participate.
Who could be better qualified to serve as a fact-checker in this age of misinformation than La Crosse County GOP Chair Bill Feehan?