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TOWN OF HAMILTON, Wis. (WEAU/Gray News) - Authorities in the investigation of a triple homicide in rural La Crosse County are releasing new details about the crimes, as well as photos of the victims.

WEAU reported the La Crosse County Sheriff’s Office released photos of the three men found dead on July 23 in front of the entrance to a quarry owned by Milestone Materials in the Town of Hamilton. The victims are year-olds Peng Lor and Nemo Yang and year-old Trevor Maloney.

According to Monday’s news release, the three men had been staying at a hotel in Onalaska, located about 10 miles southwest of the crime scene, in the day or days leading up to the killings.

Investigators also believe that the homicides occurred between 2 and a.m., the time that two employees of Milestone Materials discovered the bodies, on Friday. According to the release, all three victims were observed on surveillance cameras in the La Crosse area on Thursday, the day before the homicides.

On Sunday, officials said that the victims likely knew the person or people who killed them, and were killed at the site that their bodies were located. Officials added that no employees of Milestone Material are connected with the murders.

Also investigating along with the La Crosse County Sheriff’s Department are the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation, the Wisconsin State Crime Lab, the Wisconsin State Patrol, the La Crosse District Attorney’s Office, and the La Crosse Medical Examiner’s Office.

The Sheriff’s Department said multiple county agencies were also lending assistance in locating where the victims had been in the days leading up to the homicides.

Anyone with any additional information should call La Crosse County Crimestoppers at or submit a tip online, or contact the La Crosse County Sheriff’s Office at their non-emergency number,

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - Wednesday, July 15 marks 40 years since what most people refer to as “The Storm” swept through western Wisconsin. The windstorm known as a derecho left damage in a mile wide stretch right through the city of Eau Claire.

If you lived in Eau Claire during the storm, you likely have your own stories from this day, 40 years ago. But for those that weren't living here or weren't even born yet, here is a look back at the historical July night.

“It was definitely a wild night, that’s for sure, “said Bob Zirngible, a former radio DJ in Eau Claire. Zirngible was working the overnight DJ shift at WEAQ/WIAL radio the night of the storm. “As it hit Minneapolis and started coming our way, we knew something big was going to happen, he said.

As the storm whipped through it knocked out all the radio towers, except for one and Bob was the only DJ on the air that night. “We put our meteorologist on live quite a few times and I was just basically telling everyone to stay inside,” Zirngible said.

The storm stretched 40 miles wide and had winds over miles per hour. “This particular case in was a bow echo but it was actually labeled a derecho and really a derecho is a bow echo but it is very long-lasting,” said Darren Maier, WEAU’s chief meteorologist. The complex of thunderstorms stretched through Peirce, Dunn, Eau Claire, and Chippewa counties. “They tend to fan on out and actually increases the speed of the winds in which they are moving so you end up getting a very fast-moving complex of storms that can produce a tremendous amount of wind damage,” Maier added.

The storm destroyed hundreds of homes and caused about $ million in damage. “It’s something Eau Claire hasn’t experienced before; most people haven’t experienced before and in all likelihood never will experience again,” said Luc Anthony, the author of ‘Spearhead Echo: The Strom of ’. In the book, Luc put together a collection of pictures and stories from the storm. “Over and over people are helping others to try to recover,” Anthony said.

The community was continuously coming together, going nearly nine days without power. “So people quick started doing grill outs and you would have these community grill-outs across the city especially in the affected areas in the north and west side,” Anthony added.

And back at the radio station, “I just remember chainsaw ads and generator ads on the radio non-stop,” Zirngible said. But, nothing compares to the feeling of still being on the air the night of the storm. “The interesting thing was as the evening progressed, no one would tell me what was actually going on outside, they wanted to keep me calm and cool,” Zirngible added.

But once the storm had settled, the station engineer took bob outside to see the damage. “He took me outside with a flashlight in hand and I could see immediately when we walked out there, the towers down and it was like holy, the pylons were unbelievable and they were just lifted up and tossed,” Zirngible said.

He found a broadcast bay that once stood on the top of the tower on the ground and he picked it up, kept it, and still has it, 40 years later. “I’ll never forget it, that’s for sure,” Zirngible said.

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ELK MOUND, Wis. (WEAU) - A large chunk of ice damaged a home in western Wisconsin Tuesday morning.

According to the resident of the home, which is located near Elk Mound, Wis., the ice chunk struck the house at approximately a.m. Tuesday. The resident described the piece of ice as “basketball-sized hail” and indicated that the object went through the roof of the home, landing in their bedroom.

WEAU-TV meteorologist Darren Maier said that the ice chunk was not a hailstone, because hailstones form in circles and are lifted aloft in the atmosphere as they grow. Maier added that hailstones also don’t get as big as the chunk of ice that struck the house near Elk Mound, which is located just northwest of Eau Claire, Wis., or about an hour and a half east of the Twin Cities. There also were no severe thunderstorm warnings issued by the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities Tuesday morning for Eau Claire Co. There were some thunderstorms that did not meet severe weather criteria that occurred across western Wisconsin Tuesday.

According to the National Weather Service, the size in which hail stones are measured and compared to goes up to four-and-a-half inches in diameter, which is called “softball-sized hail.” Hailstones that are at least one inch in diameter is considered severe. The object in this case was “ridiculously big,” according to Maier, in addition to being square-shaped as opposed to the circular or spherical form of hailstones.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the largest hailstone ever recovered was in in Vivian, South Dakota. That hailstone was eight inches in diameter and weighed nearly two pounds.

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Mark comes to WSAW after working at WEAU in Eau Claire for almost 6

years. Mark was born in Pottstown, PA, but after graduating from Owen J. Roberts High School moved to Wisconsin to attend the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point before transferring to Mississippi State.

He received a degree in Broadcast Meteorology in and his National Weather Association Seal of Approval in Mark’s love for weather, farming and other outdoor activities makes him a perfect fit for NewsChannel 7. Mark became chief meteorologist in the Spring of

Mark loves everything about Wisconsin: Packers, Badgers, brats, farming, making maple syrup, cheese, snow and milk! Mark has a wide range of hobbies.

His favorite quote is “Other than my wife and son, hunting and fishing is my life”.

Mark and Jackie got married Sept. 22, He grew all the sunflowers needed for their wedding. Jackie gave birth to their first child, Sawyer, in the fall of , and Reid in the summer of

In Mark’s spare time you can catch him gardening, and hunting. Mark is also a proud 5th generation syrup producer.

First Alert Weather : Sunshine returns as temperatures warm up for the rest of the week

Updated: Jun. 30, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Plenty of sunshine returns to central Wisconsin the next several days as the short term and long term weather pattern continues to change up across the Great Lakes Region. A weak cool front and an upper level disturbance will help clouds build for Wednesday afternoon with eventually a few brief, light showers and sprinkles, develop across Northeastern Wisconsin. Shower chances will remain low ( 30%) and will mainly be north and east of the Wausau area by the early afternoon.

First Alert Weather : Muggy on Thursday with showers and storms arriving

Updated: Jun. 16, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Suntabulous weather returns for Wednesday as temperatures continue to climb out ahead of our next storm system that arrives for Thursday. Temperatures will jump back into the upper 70s and lower 80s for the day, with relatively comfortable humidity levels throughout the afternoon

First Alert Weather : Heat wave continues

Updated: Jun. 9, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

There will be a few thunderstorms possible Wednesday night across the Northwoods, with a better chance for some stronger storms area-wide Thursday evening and Friday evening, as a strong cold front approaches Wisconsin by the end of the week. NewsChannel 7’s First Alert Weather Team *may* still issue a First Alert Weather Day for Friday afternoon and evening, due to the threat for severe thunderstorms.

First Alert Weather : Warm with slight chances for showers & storms Tuesday

Updated: Jun. 8, at AM CDT

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By Mark Holley

While several record high temperatures were recorded across Wisconsin the past weekend, temperatures will turn a little cooler for the beginning of the work week, with high temperatures still remaining in the 80s and night time lows in the upper 60s.. There will be occasional shower and thunderstorm chances for many of the next several days, mainly between 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. as the heat continues to help trigger the isolated shower and thunderstorms this week.

First Alert Weather Day : A frost/freeze to start the holiday weekend

Updated: May. 29, at AM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Breezy and cool conditions return for Thursday with occasional rain showers throughout the afternoon and evening with some rain showers mixing with flakes of snow at times for Thursday. As the showers wind down early Friday morning in central Wisconsin, a few more snow showers will be possible as temperatures drop back into the lower to middle 30s. In the Northwoods, skies will partially clear early Friday morning, with frost possible for locations north of US Highway 8.

First Alert Wednesday Forecast - Occasional showers with a handful of storms on the way

Updated: May. 19, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Areas of showers and fog will continue for Wednesday morning, with another round of showers and thundershowers expected for Wednesday afternoon. While most of central Wisconsin is well behind normal for rainfall amounts in May, the Northwoods in particular, is extremely dry, with most areas only having received 10%% of normal amounts. More chances for much needed wet weather will continue for a majority of the week, with limited amounts of sunshine for Wednesday and Thursday.

First Alert - Temperatures remain cool

Updated: May. 5, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

A few disturbances will try and push through Wisconsin, with one arriving Wednesday evening and another trying to move through Wisconsin late Thursday. Sprinkles and flurries will be possible at times, as temperatures will be dropping into the lower to middle 30s in the morning hours.

First Alert Weather : Showers and thunderstorms likely tonight

Updated: Apr. 27, at PM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Temperatures will get a quick warm up for the beginning of the new work week, as a very strong storm pushes into Wisconsin Monday and Tuesday, bringing showers, warmer weather and gusty winds. Snow showers will be possible for the start of Monday, with areas of slushy accumulation possible through mid-morning, especially north of Highway In addition, areas of freezing drizzle and rain will remain possible throughout the morning as temperatures slowly climb into the 40s by early afternoon.

First Alert Forecast - Sunshine and warmer on Thursday

Updated: Apr. 22, at AM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Another cool, damp and somewhat cloud-filled day, will continue Wednesday as temperatures struggle to climb back into the 40s for the afternoon. Light rain and snow showers will remain possible for much of the day, with very little amounts of liquid expected by the time the showers end Wednesday late afternoon.

First Alert Weather : Storms possible tonight

Updated: Apr. 8, at AM CDT

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By Mark Holley

Very warm conditions will continue across central Wisconsin for the rest of the work week, as occasional showers and thunderstorms continue to push across The Badger State at this time. While the average high temperature is 50° for this time of year, temperatures will remain 25° above that Wednesday, with slightly cooler conditions slowly returning by the weekend.

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