Local La Crosse & Eau Claire News

  • News & Weather Update - July 25th, 2017

    News & Weather Update - July 25th, 2017

  • Morning News & Weather - July 25th, 2017

    Morning News & Weather - July 25th, 2017

  • Barron County Tornado Relief Fund

    It's a big milestone for tornado relief in northern Wisconsin. Leaders in Barron County say thanks to a matching grant challenge. They've reached more than one million dollars in donations for the tornado disaster relief fund.

  • Forest Hills Golf Course Flooding

    Flood damage in La Crosse prevented people from hitting the links this weekend. Fox 25/48's Brooke Schweiters has more on how one local golf course is slowly getting back to normal.

  • River Falls Company Offers Employees Microchips

    Employees at a western Wisconsin company will soon be the first in the United States to be able to pay for purchase items or log into their computers using only their hand. River Falls based software design company -- Three Square Market -- is offering voluntary microchip implants to its employees.

  • Eau Claire County Humane Association Pet Of The Week: Ayres

    Hi There! My name is Aryes and I am super excited about your interest in me! I am a very happy and handsome 6-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier. I am extremely intelligent, housebroken, crate-trained, and anxious to become the newest member of your household.

  • Monroe County Fatal Crash

    One person is dead after a one-vehicle crash in Monroe County. The Monroe County sheriff's office says it happened just before 2 a.m. Sunday on County Highway EW, east of Jellystone Park Drive in the village of Warrens.

  • Chippewa County Car Crash

    A Chippewa Falls man was killed in a crash yesterday after being hit by a car. According to the Chippewa County sheriff's department, 46-year old Jeremy Goodwin was driving southbound on County Highway G north of 170th Avenue when his truck was hit by a car.

  • Officer Involved Shooting In Eau Claire

    A 59-year-old Eau Claire man was shot and killed by a police officer on the city's northwest side. The incident began around 8:30 Saturday night and continued for several hours. Fox 25/48's Brooke Schweiters has the latest information.

  • Homes for Troops

    Several community members came together to welcome a new family to their neighborhood, a veteran who was severely injured in Afghanistan.

  • One Killed and Three Injured in Crash

    A Chippewa Falls man is dead and three others are hurt after police say someone ran a stop sign this afternoon.

  • Flood Damage

    The department of military affairs in Madison says damage to public infrastructure from flooding in several western Wisconsin counties has topped over two-point eight million dollars.

  • Donald Driver And Mark Lee To Enter Packers Hall Of Fame

    In 1999, the Green Bay Packers drafted a skinny receiver from tiny Alcorn State in Mississippi named Donald Driver in the 7th round of the NFL Draft. Ron Wolf, former Packers general manager, remembers the pick well.

  • La Crescent Animal Rescue Pet Of The Week: Khal

    Khal came to us from a hoarding situation. He is very shy and needs someone who understands him! He will take a long time to warm up to his new human! He will do best in a quiet home without small children.

  • News & Weather Update - July 21st, 2017

    News & Weather Update - July 21st, 2017

  • Morning News & Weather - July 21st, 2017

    Morning News & Weather - July 21st, 2017

  • Flooding Concerns In La Crosse County

    With damage estimates already reaching one-million dollars, authorities in La Crosse County fear more expected rain will continue to damage roads and bridges throughout the county. 
    Fox 25/48's Noelle Anderson takes us to La Crosse County with the latest information. 

  • Storm Cleanup On July 24th, 2017

    Due to the recent storm damage, the City of La Crosse Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department along with the Street Department will be assessing and cleaning up tree damage. 

  • Downtown Arcadia Flooding

    City leaders in Arcadia are continuing to assess the damage after flooding forces people from their homes and blocks off roads through the city's downtown area. At this point, city roads remain closed in downtown Arcadia as water continues to cover main street and several side streets in the city.