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Scott Horne

Sep 13, 2017

Appeal by man who killed parents rejected again

A judge has rejected another appeal by a man convicted of killing his parents in La Crosse County.

Apr 3, 2017

La Crosse man sentenced to life for fatally stabbing wife

A La Crosse man accused of fatally stabbing his wife in front of five children has been sentenced to life in prison.

Jul 13, 2016

High court: Judges may use assessment in sentencing

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has found that an assessment system used to gauge a person’s risk of recidivism was properly taken into account when a judge sentenced a man for his role in a drive-by shooting.

Jun 3, 2015

Opponents ask judge to halt La Crosse River marsh expansion (UPDATE)

A group of rail safety and environmental advocates opposed to a railroad expansion project through the La Crosse River marsh is asking a judge to pause work on a second BNSF track until the court decides whether the company's permit is legal.

Dec 31, 2014

Man appeals conviction in double murder, cites lawyer, judge errors (UPDATE)

A former West Salem man serving two life sentences for the deaths of his parents has appealed the conviction, saying his lawyers failed him with faulty jury instruction and the judge excluded evidence that supported his innocence.

Sep 9, 2014

Judge rejects murder convict’s new trial request

A La Crosse County judge has rejected a request for a new trial by a man convicted of killing his parents.

Aug 15, 2012

Koula sentenced to life in murders of parents

A man convicted of killing his parents has been sentenced in La Crosse County to life in prison.

May 24, 2012

Day trader to stand trial in parents’ death

A West Salem day trader accused of gunning down his parents is set to stand trial next month.


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