Episode 11: Scott Rada and Richard Kyte talk about how their different life experiences frame how they each look at firearm safety. Later, they discuss a recent poll that shows most Americans no longer belong to a church.
Podcast: Topics include whether you should teach children that police officers are their friends, how much to reveal when selling a used car and if telling people with Alzheimer's disease the whole truth is always appropriate.
Episode 9: From COVID-19 to the threat of natural disasters, we examine how people can cope with these and other risks — some real and some overblown — and why people react the way they do.
Dark La Crosse Stories are back! We're kicking off a slew of new episodes with this first part of a two-part story, retelling a mystery full of twists and turns from one family on Brinkman Ridge.
The horror of the Texas electricity catastrophe should chill the whole country. Nothing strikes at the survivability of a modern society more …
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Episode 3: We also discuss who should get the vaccine first, and whether prisoners should be at the front of the line.
We first noticed rail lighting in trendy restaurants, and today they’re popular in homes with fixtures mounted on rails across a ceiling or along a wall. They offer a lot of versatility to create a dramatic design element or a practical solution used as general overhead lighting in a room or to showcase a particular wall or feature.
An AFCI (arc-fault circuit interrupter) can protect you and your family from unseen dangers in your home’s wiring. It is a safety device designed to protect against residential fires caused by a leak in the current outside a wire’s insulation. The device takes over where conventional circuit breakers, which can’t detect damaged wires or faulty electrical insulation, leave off.
We’ve all seen how the proliferation of surveillance cameras help detectives identify suspects on TV police shows; today’s similar scaled down technology can help homeowners protect their home and family from the bad guys. With the ADT Blue Wireless Outdoor Camera, you can protect your home by mounting the device at an entry door and monitor the wireless operation on a cellphone.
All it takes is one lightning strike and the damage it causes to realize the value of whole house surge protection. When a surge occurs, the device responds within nanoseconds, diverting the destructive energy to ground; and when it is wired into your circuit breaker system, it absorbs excess voltage and allows only normal voltage to pass through to your equipment.
Q: I need help with my laundry room. I’m enlarging it in a remodeling project and know I need more countertop room. I’m interested in ways to make the most of the space in the laundry room. I’ve got a healthy budget, and now is the time to put all options out on the table for consideration. —Maria A., Tuscon, Ariz.
You’ll find several choices for lighting a walkway, patio, deck or garden path available at home and garden centers and online. While the lighting provides secure footing by illuminating the dark spaces of your property, it can also focus attention on landscape features in a garden, while being a deterrent to unwanted visitors.
Finally came the conclusion. This is when scientists look at their data and figure out what happened and what can be improved. Fan, Crouchley and Prawira all say they could have done things differently with more supplies and time. They were also surprised they won or came close to winning the contest.
She was known to some as the Toast of the Northwest and to others as a femme fatale.
A working smoke detector can be a lifesaver, but when it starts beeping at three in the morning, you probably feel more like ripping it out of the ceiling. If you’re tired of waking up to a chirping smoke detector, try these steps to get it working again.
A friendly fire incident in La Crosse turned deadly.
This is the second in a two-part story that describes how a political celebration turned ugly in 1884. Click here to listen to Part 1.
This is the first in a two-part story that describes how a political celebration turned ugly in 1884. The second part will be released March 17.
La Crosse newspaper man Marcus ‘Brick’ Pomeroy took a controversial position during the Civil War.
The Dark La Crosse Stories series is made possible by a partnership between the La Crosse Public Library and the La Crosse Tribune.
The story of the 1937 murder of a beloved La Crosse police officer.
The sharp-shooting physician and politician, who called himself White Beaver, made his fortune selling cough syrup and his fame through dime-s…
My son gave me a digital thermometer last year for Christmas and I've used it a thousand times since. These gadgets are highly practical and a useful addition to any kitchen. Taylor's instant-read model has a temperature range from -58 to 446-degrees Fahrenheit.