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2014 Chili Cook Off

State Bank Chili Cook Off

This Saturday, October 10th, members of the La Crosse Police Department will join other members of our community for the 24th Annual State Bank Financial Chili Cook Off!   The Chili Cook Off will be held in Riverside Park from 11:30AM to 1:30PM, with a chili pepper eating contest and awards ceremony from 1:30PM – 2:30PM. Chili tasting admission is […]

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Deshawn Randall

Suspect Wanted in Fatal Shooting

A felony warrant has been issued for Deshawn M. Randall (DOB 3/19/1997) as the suspect in this morning’s fatal shooting. At 10:02AM, Officers responded to the 1300 block of Redfield Street for a report of shots fired.  The victim in this case was a passenger in a vehicle that had driven into the area of 1300 Redfield, where the confrontation occurred.  The suspect shot […]

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La Crosse Police Investigate Shootings Over Weekend

The La Crosse Police Department is currently investigating a shooting that took place in the area of 400 South 9th where there is one victim with a non-life threatening injury. The La Crosse Police Department is also currently investigating four other shootings that took place over the weekend since Friday night. One other shooting involved one […]

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NNO 2014

National Night Out Events in La Crosse

Tuesday, August 4th marks the 32nd National Night Out and the 18th Annual celebration here in La Crosse! National Night Out (NNO) is an annual event in which Neighborhood Watch groups get together across the nation in the form of local block parties, cookouts, and youth programs.  The NNO campaign involves citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood […]

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Guns 'n Hoses Group

2nd Annual “Guns ‘n Hoses” Charity Softball Game

On Sunday, July 12th at 3:05PM, the La Crosse Loggers will host the 2nd Annual “Patriot Games: Guns ‘n Hoses” charity softball game at Copeland Park, pitting the La Crosse Police Department against the La Crosse Fire Department in a friendly competition. For just $10, fans will get general admission to this game, as well as the regularly scheduled La Crosse Loggers […]

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Donndelinger Funeral

Police Officer Memorial Day – LCPD’s Fallen

Today on National Police Officer Memorial Day, the La Crosse Police Department, along with area law enforcement agencies, will attend the Police Officer Memorial Ceremony to honor our fallen brothers and sisters.  Already this year, law enforcement agencies from across the United States have tragically lost 42 men and women.  The county-wide memorial ceremony will be held today at 10:00AM […]

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Update: Death Investigation

At approximately 7:00AM on Monday, April 27th, La Crosse Police began the investigation into the death of a female found in the alley behind 122 and 126 3rd Street North, just south of 300 State Street.  The victim, later identified as Robin S. Krabill (DOB 08/01/1982) from Waverly, Iowa, came to La Crosse several days […]

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Death Investigation

The La Crosse Police Department, with the help from the La Crosse County Medical Examiner’s Office, is currently investigating the death of a white female who appears to be in her 20s. At approximately 7:00AM on Monday April 27, 2015 workers located the body of the female on the ground in the small walkway alley to the […]

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Alternate side/night parking regulations end tonight at midnight, March 31st in the City of La Crosse. Night parking regulations run city-wide from November 1st – April 1st each year. This past winter, 12,966 tickets were issued for violating this parking restriction between November 1st, 2014 and March 30th, 2015, compared to 17,277 for the 2013-2014 […]

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NOTICE: 10′ River State – Slow-No Wake

On behalf of the Joint Board of Harbor Commissioners, the La Crosse, WI river stage is projected to surpass 10’ on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. In the event that the river stage rises above 10’, a slow-no wake ordinance will take affect for all developed shorelines in La Crosse County. City Municipal Code 11.03, and […]

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