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Incorporated in 1856, La Crosse is the largest city on the western border of Wisconsin. The city was given its name by Lt. Zebulon Pike in 1805 on an expedition up the Mississippi River. He recorded the name of the location as "Prairie La Crosse," the name coming from a game he saw Native Americans playing with sticks that resembled the French game of crozier or "la crosse." Today, La Crosse is home to a very diverse city that is known as a regional technology and medical hub thanks to its educational institutions.
Local Newspapers: La Crosse Tribune
Local Sports Teams: La Crosse Loggers (Northwoods League) La Crosse Spartans (IFL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Viterbo University
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Towns/Cities near la crosse, wisconsin : Onalaska French Island Holmen West Salem Trempealeau Bangor Rockland Sparta
Park board reviews La Crosse Center's $40-million renovation plans
The new plans for enlarging the La Crosse Center are getting good reviews from members of the city park board. That design calls for a new ballroom to be built above Front St., extending the civic center into Riverside Park to take advantage of the Mississippi River view.Mother, daughter look forward to moving into new home
A partnership between the City of La Crosse, Mayo Clinic Health System, and Spies Construction is making dreams come true. Christine Hughes, a single mother, sold her home a year ago with plans to find a home in a different neighborhood, with a different layout.La Crosse police: Video shows police-involved shooting
"The way they approached the vehicle, they did it in a manner, I think, knowing where the child was and where each of them were," said Abraham from the WIZM studio Wednesday. "So, they were keeping the safety in mind of the child and of themselves when approaching the vehicle because they had information that the suspect did have a gun."La Crosse police suggest squad video justifies deadly force
Evidence so far seems to indicate two La Crosse police officers will be cleared in a deadly shooting of a carjacking suspect on Sunday. That, according to La Crosse asst.Benefit for Brucie Bumchuckles held at Kramer's Bar & Grill
'Love Us Some Brucie Bumchuckles' a benefit dinner held at Kramer's Bar & Grill in La Crosse aimed to raise money for the Seversons in their effort to rebuild their home which was completely destroyed in the July flooding. Marty and Chris said the hardest thing was throwing so much away and seeing that first dumpster depart from their home.Coulee Council on Addictions addresses neighborhood concerns
On Wednesday afternoon, the Coulee Council on Addictions held the first of two informational meetings about the new recovery facility. The meeting happened at Lincoln Middle School which will be just blocks from the proposed 921 Ferry Street location.Just like you were told as a kid, 'Don't stare at the sun,' even if it's a partial solar eclipse
The solar eclipse is five days away. It won't be a total solar eclipse from this area, but will still be something people will want to see.More
Lilly Ackerman, of Southern Bluffs Elementary in La Crosse, and Lydia Hogue, of St. Patrick's Elementary in Onalaska, initially tied for first place in the contest. The essays focus on ways they apply DARE lessons in their life, and what DARE has taught them.Shrinking alternate-side parking in La Crosse: 'I think we have the votes'
An alternate-side parking change in La Crosse may have an easier time this year when it goes to the city council for approval. "I think it'll pass," North side city council rep, Andrea Richmond said on WIZM Tuesday morning predicting success for the proposal that would shrink the city's alternate side parking enforcement window from five months to four during the winter months.Names released of those involved police killing of carjacker in La Crosse on Sunday
Roger Burzinski of Green Bay, stole a Chevy Trailblazer from a woman at Houska Park at gunpoint around 5 p.m. The woman had 1 and 3 year old with her. The woman and her 3-year-old escaped but the 1-year-old girl was still in the backseat when Burzinski took off.Onalsaka business getting incentive boost from state of Wisconsin
It's not nearly as big as Foxconn might become, but Dynamic is getting incentives similar to what the Taiwanese company has been promised by Madison. Dynamic will build a 140,000-square-foot facility with help from $535,000 in tax credits over the next four years through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation .Residents react to fatal officer involved shooting
La Crosse police have yet to release new information regarding the fatal officer involved shooting Sunday evening, but some residents are on edge. The Poage-Powell-Hamilton neighborhood has received a lot of attention and care in recent years from the city of La Crosse.Taking on La Crosse's winter alternate-side parking ... again
But a couple of city council members, including Patrick Brever, who represents the largely college area around the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, have introduced a plant to cut a month off that enforcement period. "The number of tickets accessed is disproportionate to students and those living in older neighborhoods," Brever said.Storm damage to La Crosse estimated at $765,000
Costs for La Crosse are starting to get tallied for the heavy winds and rain that swept through the region July 19-20. That price includes damages on city trails, the giant sinkhole near Myrick Park and Forest Hills Golf Course, along with other costs.Man shot by police on south side La Crosse
La Crosse Police were involved in the shooting of a man late Sunday afternoon on the south side of the city. According to an eyewitness who saw the shooting unfold, a man in an SUV had hit a parked vehicle.One missing in fatal Mississippi River boat crash
Authorities are searching the Mississippi River for a boater missing following a crash that killed one person and injured five others. Sheriff's officials say the seven people were on a boat that crashed about 6:15 p.m. Saturday just south of Brownsville, Minnesota on the Wisconsin side of the river.Irishfest's Fiddle Competition represents a musical culture
The 13th annual Irishfest is underway in La Crosse, filling downtown with the sound of traditional Irish music and the smell of Irish food. Featuring staples of Irish culture such as corned beef and gaelic kilts, the festival offers many ways to experience the Irish way of life.
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