Demonstrators, including state assembly candidate Josefine Jaynes and state. Rep. Jill Billings, voiced support for relief funding for the postal service.
Why does Vernon County need a 128-bed jail that costs $1.8 million a year to run and is largely used to house inmates from the Milwaukee area?
The 2020 census response rate for the city of La Crosse is only 66.2% with the clock ticking down to the Sept. 30 deadline for people to be counted. An accurate count of all people […]
Many local immigrant families who are out of work are unable to access unemployment benefits. Find out how you can help.
The majority of personal bankruptcy case filed by La Crosse County residents in recent months featured medical debt.
Vincent Bevins’ book details how the the U.S. used anticommunism to reshape the world, leaving a bloody trail in its wake.
61 workers with disabilities at ORC were being paid subminimum wages as of Jan. 1.
“People need to get mad, that is what motivated me. What’s happening to those of us that are not wealthy is criminal.”
The firing of three long-time employees at the co-op sparked a backlash and hints at deeper problems inside the organization.
Sixty-one workers at Northern Engraving will lose their jobs. Other job losses at a manufacturing company in Galesville have also been announced.