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The Salvation Army of La Crosse studies a program to allow people using drugs and alcohol to stay at its shelter.
The city of La Crosse is taking action to help people get off the streets.
Homelessness in La Crosse County continues to rise; are the homeless local or are they coming from other communities?
As part of a 2012 study, the Federal Trade Commission found 25 percent of consumers had an error on their credit report.
Contaminated drinking water in places like Flint, Michigan has sickened hundreds and caused an estimated 8,000 children to be exposed to lead, which can cause…
The seriousness of concussions continues to grab headlines, and the discussion surrounding these head injuries is now making way into high schools.
Illegal drug use is a top concern across five counties, but what do statistics show?
Two area survivors of abuse say the state needs to put victims' rights before those of their abusers.
Heroin is being termed one of the worst epidemics in America and it reaches every nook and cranny of the country including La Crosse.
Some homeowners in La Crosse are losing value on their property, and the high risk of flooding each year is the cause. Now, the city of La Crosse is working…
One family's journey to help their son with his epilepsy leads them to medical marijuana.
High-density housing could improve rental property options and local tax base
High student enrollment at U-W La Crosse increases the need for student housing both on and off campus.
City building inspectors explain how they ensure safe housing.
La Crosse residents are concerned about property values as home condemnations increase.
A new city partnership hopes to revitalize local neighborhoods.
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The free interactive online tool offers a heat map showing where scams are being reported.
A federal grant is allowing one La Crosse school to offer free meals to students.
When Garrett Benzing graduated from college in 2014, he was ready to take on the world. "I was at the top of my game and cloud nine. And out of no where..."…
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