Uploads from WKBT TV

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    Onalaska Volleyball is on Top

  2. 3623

    Local fire departments fighting fires with high-tech

  3. 3624

    VP visit could be key to student voter registration

  4. 3625

    Assembly candidates debate on UW-L campus

  5. 3626

    Winona Coca-Cola bottling company ends returnable glass

  6. 3627

    Assignment: Education- "Career Pathway"

  7. 3628

    "Get Money Boys" get busted

  8. 3629

    Assignment: Education - West Salem Technology - Part 2

  9. 3630

    'Getting Stronger Together' motto rings true for couple

  10. 3631

    Surge of possible West Nile cases in La Crosse Co.

  11. 3632

    Vaccine-Autism debate reaches La Crosse

  12. 3633

    October Top Notch Teacher

  13. 3634

    Bangor Boasts Gaudy Ground Game

  14. 3635

    Local officers take CSI class

  15. 3636

    Words hurt -- standing up to bullying in schools

  16. 3637

    Good debates take more than just facts or public speaking

  17. 3638

    Bullying message hits close to home for many families

  18. 3639

    News anchor Jennifer Livingston stands up to bully on-air

  19. 3640

    Interview with Jennifer Livingston

  20. 3641

    New 100k grant to help revitalize La Crosse area

  21. 3642

    Live Interview: Cyber Bullying

  22. Kenneth Krause Statement

  23. 3644

    Neighbors, residents speak out about infamous La Crosse

  24. 3645

    Editorial: Jennifer's Message to her Bully

  25. 3646

    Trane and Chart plan renovation and expansion

  26. 3647

    Wisconsin and Minnesota fail to reach tax reciprocity deal

  27. 3648

    Breast reconstruction helps women find normalcy after cancer

  28. 3649

    Wife of missing Onalaska man asks him to come home

  29. 3650

    Ms. La Crosse Oktoberfest 2011 blends military and royalty

  30. 3651

    Cranberry Festival draws big crowds

  31. 3652

    Viroqua residents banking time to get things done

  32. 3653

    The Cranberry Coach

  33. 3654

    Murder victim's mother speaks out

  34. 3655

    Schmidt continues standout freshman season

  35. 3656

    Citation likely for floor collapse apartment

  36. 3657

    Camping out for the parade...3 days early

  37. 3658

    La Crosse PD to up this year's Oktoberfest safety measures

  38. 3659

    Assignment: Education - West Salem Technology - Part 1

  39. 3660

    Furnace checking season heats up

  40. 3661

    Owner: floor collapse damage extensive

  41. 3662

    Man accused of strangling a La Crosse mother goes to court

  42. 3663

    Floor collapse leaves three hospitalized

  43. 3664

    Tenth Freedom Honor Flight takes off with first ever

  44. 3665

    More businesses adding surveillance after spike in crime

  45. 3666

    Logan exchange program introduces generations to German

  46. 3667

    Viroqua farmer's cow gives birth to live triplets

  47. 3668

    Holmen requires students to develop personal finance skills

  48. 3669

    Debating whether to treat for emerald ash borer

  49. 3670

    Future Centers aim to help students find higher education

  50. 3671

    What your kids eat at school -- or not

  51. 3672

    Female vote crucial in 2012 presidental election

  52. 3673

    Proposed development could add 500+ jobs in La Crosse

  53. 3674

    Remembering AJ Petras

  54. 3675

    Local sandwich artists brings new meaning to fast food

  55. 3676

    City leaders concerned over "unprecedented" string of

  56. 3677

    Key witness saw someone suspicious in May's Photo

  57. 3678

    New Oktoberfest policy for students living on UW-L campus

  58. 3679

    Summit aims to prevent suicide

  59. 3680

    Vice Pres. Biden talks jobs in Eau Claire

  60. 3681

    Pumpkin harvest season here early this year

  61. 3682

    City council close to eliminating "rehearsal votes"

  62. 3683

    National Champ Degenhardt is back home

  63. 3684

    No easy solution to stop drunken driving offenses

  64. 3685

    Fewer teachers pursue higher education

  65. 3686

    Sept. 11th volunteer still struggling with health issues

  66. 3687

    UW-L students complain about food service switchover

  67. 3688

    La Crosse cracks down on improper trash disposal

  68. 3689

    Romney releases new ad as GOP eyes elusive victory in Wis.

  69. 3690

    Keeping food out of landfills

  70. 3691

    Winona 7 goes dark for six weeks

  71. 3692

    Detection dogs to sniff out emerald ash borer solution

  72. 3693

    UW-L student athletes excel in the classroom

  73. 3694

    Sign ordinance would impact hundreds of La Crosse businesses

  74. 3695

    High gas prices may play factor in La Crosse's fall tourism

  75. 3696

    AARP mobile tour seeks local voices on Medicare

  76. 3697

    Operation River Watch back for another year

  77. 3698

    New vet center opens on UW-L campus

  78. 3699

    New School year means new teacher handbooks

  79. 3700

    Study questions benefits of organic foods

  80. 3701

    Labor Day parade celebrates workers

  81. 3702

    New school year, new beginning for UW-L's Drake Hall

  82. 3703

    8/31/12 - Highlight Zone

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    New sheriff trotting through Vernon County

  84. 3705

    UW-L students squeeze into campus dorms

  85. 3706

    Growing need for free and reduced and summer meal programs

  86. 3707

    Local athletes beat the heat

  87. 3708

    Mayor Harter & fire department at odds again over OT

  88. 3709

    Tackling with a Tempo

  89. 3710

    Tackling with a Tempo

  90. 3711

    Local undocumented youth excited about new immigration

  91. 3712

    Five men arrested in La Crosse prostitution sting

  92. 3713

    FastTrack program helping students get back on track

  93. 3714

    Traditional needlework helps build sisterhood in Hmong

  94. 3715

    Ryan touts Midwestern values at Janesville rally

  95. 3716

    Students get help transitioning from elementary to middle

  96. 3717

    City Hall vs. hot dogs

  97. 3718

    Job outlook positive so far in new school year for

  98. 3719

    WI second in nation for least affordable day cares

  99. 3720

    Blood donations drop in summer