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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
Intersection near marsh becomes sinkhole after storms
An intersection above the La Crosse River marsh has collapsed onto a marsh trail, as a result of the Wednesday and Thursday storms in the area. Pavement, sidewalk, sewer pipes, and power lines are in the new hole at the corner of Park Drive and North 23rd Street in La Crosse.Powerful storms cause damage, flooding in Midwest
A section of North Oak Street is caved in and impassable Thursday, July 20, 2017, in Arcadia, Wis., following thunderstorms the night before that caused nearby Turton Creek to overflow its banks. Several hundred people evacuated their homes early Thursday in the small western Wisconsin community.Tree clean up scheduled in La Crosse
Due to the damage to trees from Wednesday night's storms, La Crosse is getting the clean up process underway. The city's Park, Recreation, and Forestry Department and Street Department said Thursday morning they plan to assess and clean up tree damage.Massive study, shows artificial sweeteners are not a healthier choice
A massive study there shows that artificial sweeteners are actually more likely to cause weight gain than weight loss. They simply are not a healthier choice.4-H teaches kids invaluable life skills
At that time, there were two fairs, a city fair and a county fair. In the early years, the county fairs were located on 5th and Ferry Streets, Myrick Park, and the present day UW-La Crosse at Campbell Street.Mom's tree falls on son's pickup
A woman who went out to dinner with her son Wednesday evening returned home to find her large maple tree torn from the ground and laying in the street. Fortunately, no one was hurt when the tree fell by the corner of 28th and Leonard streets on the south side of La Crosse.More
YWCA La Crosse received two grants from The Women's Fund to help support the Teen LEAP award. The award provides scholarships to young women moving on to post-secondary school.La Crosse child sex crimes suspect dies
A former youth hockey organization president accused of trying to set up a sexual encounter with an underage girl has died. Earlier this week, police released a report regarding a 2015 domestic incident detailing previous suicidal threats made by Mattingley to his wife.Gas tax, vehicles fees might be answer to pay for Wisconsin roads says Alma Sen. Vinehout
How to fund roads as part of the Wisconsin budget has Republicans in the Senate and Assembly at a standoff. The Assembly doesn't want to borrow.Fire guts former beauty salon on Division Street
There's not much damage to the outside of the building, but the inside of the first floor appears to be gutted. A native of Prairie du Chien, Brad graduated from U-W-La Crosse and has worked in radio news for more than 30 years, mostly in the La Crosse area.La Crosse County Historical Society wraps up cultural understanding series
The La Crosse County Historical Society wrapped up their multicultural understanding series on July 18, with their presentation of Beyond Beer and Lederhosen: Germans in the La Crosse area. Focusing on the history of German-American people in the La Crosse area, this presentation focuses on historic German families, early influences of Oktoberfest in La Crosse, and more.One injured in La Crosse apartment building fire
A fire in a Southside apartment building has left one person with burn injuries and several people out of their residences. When the arrived, Division Chief Tom Wallerich told WXOW that flames were coming out of the first floor of the building.New Molecular Breast Imaging technique to improve cancer detection
According to the CDC, more than 40,000 women and more than 400 men die each year from breast cancer. A new method of screening is currently available at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Florida, and Arizona.La Crosse man sentenced in 2015 home invasion
A La Crosse man is sentenced to probation and a year in jail for his role in a 2015 home invasion. According to the criminal complaint ,21-year-old Sir Abraham Gallegos entered a home along with Paul Thomas Jr. on King Street in 2015.Man charged in La Crosse officer involved shooting ruled competent
The man shot by La Crosse County law enforcement after swinging a logging chain in December has been ruled competent. 46-year-old Daniel Lexvold is facing numerous charges, including three counts of attempted battery to a police officer, resisting arrest, criminal damage to property, battery to a law enforcement K9, domestic disorderly conduct and seven counts of felony bail jumping.Return of La Crosse Comic Con
It's time to find a phone booth and unleash your inner superhero. The third La Crosse Comic Con is this weekend at the La Crosse Public Library.Developers talk plans for historic north side building
Last week the City of La Crosse agreed to sell the building at 800 Rose Street for just 10 dollars, but with the stipulation that the new owner would keep the historic integrity of the building in tact. The former Magill Brothers Bank building and Masonic Temple most recently housed Buzz's Bike shop and currently sits vacant.
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