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Winona police calls for Monday, Oct. 15: Woman cited after dog chases mother and children; deputies investigating bar fight in Altura
12:58 a.m. — Alexander Allen Chadwick, 24, was arrested for fourth-degree drunk driving after he was stopped near the intersection of Wabasha and Kansas streets. His blood-alcohol level was 0.09 percent.
Winona man who raped and impregnated woman 21 years ago to appear in court next month
A 56-year-old Winona man accused of raping and impregnating a woman two decades ago, when she was between the age of 13 and 15, will appear in court next month.
2 adults found dead in Barron, teenage girl missing
BARRON, Wis. -- (WEAU)Two people have been found dead in Barron county, and a teenager is missing in the case.
Bowling challenge: La Crosse men, Winona women take title
It was more than a challenge Saturday in the 18th annual Winona/La Crosse Bowling Challenge.With scoring conditions extremely difficult at Winona Bowl, it became more of a survival of the fittest and which bowlers make the proper adjustments.When all was settled, it was dominating performances by th
Driver hospitalized after overnight two-car crash
ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) – An early morning two-car crash sends one person to the hospital.It happened before 4:30 a.m. Monday on East Frontage Road near 37th Street Northwest in Rochester.Rochester Police say a driver in a blue Toyota SUV was exiting Highway 52 North when it was struck by someone in
Bodies found in pond during search for two Minnesota women
Two bodies have been recovered from a pond in Chaska, Minnesota, during a search for two women who went missing in the early hours of Saturday (October 13).
Rochester man arrested after apartment disturbance
A Rochester man was arrested Friday morning after he allegedly tricked to kick down a door at an apartment in the 1500 block of Fourth Ave Southeast.Rochester police were called to that area around 11:50 a.m. Friday for a report of a man trying to break into an apartment by kicking in the door, acco
"Motion to dismiss" filed in former Holmen High School assistant sexual assault case
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A new purpose for old mannequins: Winona fundraiser hopes unique lamps will light up rooms, lives
The Winona resident didn’t know exactly what she wanted to do with the mannequins for sale in the store, but she knew she wanted to do something. So she bought them, took them home and decided to give them a new purpose.
Big changes coming to Winona County Jail
"There's assaults on staff, assaults between inmates on a fairly regular basis. We've stretched it out as long as we can, and the department of corrections finally gave us the letter that said you have to do something now,” Mueller said.
What is going on? A Honeycrisp Hootenanny, huge car auction, cemetery walk and more this weekend in Winona
The fundraising event, which benefits the Winona County Historical Society, will feature guided tours through the cemetery where kids and adults are taken to various graves or sites where actors personify historical characters. The theme of the 20th anniversary event is “Picks from the Past,” which
Heavy Snow Falls In The Twin Cities Sunday: Photos
TWIN CITIES, MN — Like it or not, there's accumulating snow in parts of the Twin Cities metro Sunday morning. A band of snow will move over the region between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and give grass a white coating, according to the National Weather Service.
Another Downtown Rochester Driving Hassle Begins This Week
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Yet another construction-related notice affecting downtown Rochester motorists.This one involves the intersection of Broadway and Center Street and the impact on motorists is scheduled to take effect Monday.This project involves work on the traffic signals at the inter
Wisconsin farm goes beyond just apples
WINONA, Minn. — During harvest season at Ecker’s Apple Farm in Trempealeau, Wis., the day starts at 2 a.m. when the first pies go into the oven.Sara Ecker is in the orchard five hours later, surveying which apples to pick. The pickers themselves follow shortly after, working into the afternoon while
Brandon Strabley: Thank you to those who helped when I fell on Broadway
On Monday, Oct. 8, it was a fall, cooler weather day. At 2 p.m. the ground was still wet from the rain earlier in the day. I was walking to get to the Olmsted and Broadway Street intersection to catch the 2:09v p.m. bus to go olunteer at the Humane Society as therapy for my anxiety.
PHOTOS: Fall Colors in Winona
Sunlight illuminates the rich fall colors at Great River Bluffs State Park in Winona on Wednesday afternoon. This weekend should be a good one to view fall colors with mostly sunny skies expected. Temperatures will be cool, however. Saturday's high is forecasted to be in the low 50s, while Sunday's
'I feel quite intimidated and bullied': Winona County Board budget working session turns heated
The Winona County Board discussed potential cuts to county programs, services and positions during a lengthy and often heated working session Tuesday.According to county administrator Ken Fritz, the purpose of the working session was to examine potential savings in an effort to reduce a $1.7 million
Winona police calls for Wednesday, Oct. 10: Winona man cited for tampering with vehicle arrested for probation violation
9:58 a.m. — Audrey Kay Corey, 20, Winona, was cited for shoplifting after she was caught stealing baby wipes from the Sinclair gas station on West Service Drive.
High school sports roundup: David Vannucchi, Dana Feyen repeat as Coulee cross country champs
ETTRICK — Onalaska Luther High School senior David Vannucchi had his best cross country race of the season on Saturday.Vannucchi won the Coulee Conference individual championship at Ettrick Golf Course with a winning time of 15 minutes, 50 seconds — well ahead of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau runner-up D
Walt Kelly: Give some recognition
Seeing the "Voices From The Past" on Thursday evening made me realize we need to recognize the person who made possible the extra ordinary gifts of land for the parks up and down the river.No, not John Latsch, but the farmer who kicked Mr. Latsch off his riverfront land and gave Mr. Latsch the impet