La Crosse

News 8 Investigates - Salvation Army drops zero tolerance policy

In July 2016, in response to a series of News 8's Investigates reports on the homeless in La Crosse, the Salvation Army told News 8 they were hoping to move away from their zero tolerance policy. They have.The emergency shelter now accepts people who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This change in policy is already making an impact on the community since it began in November 2016.

Mass casualty simulation prepares future nurses

You never know when a tragedy will strike, but the best way to be prepared is by practice. That's what the future nurses studying at Viterbo University did Friday at a mass casualty training event in the school's simulation lab.