A rally to launch a campaign to reverse cutbacks to the library and for police reforms is scheduled for this Thursday.
The La Crosse School Board is expected to vote July 6 on forming a committee to look into ending the district’s contract with police.
A proposal by a city council member would reduce fines for possession of up to 25 grams of pot to just $1.
“Let’s use those resources in a way that’s going to be more helpful to the children.”
Abraham: “Personal agendas” at play in plan to look at how funding for $250k police contract could be reallocated.
On this Juneteenth, celebrate with us, just as we celebrate with you on the fourth of July.
Dan Kapanke on Thursday celebrated his endorsement by the “passionate grassroots organization” Americans for Prosperity.
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.