The high school seniors in the Riverbend CEO program will close out their session by putting on a Trade Show on Tuesday evening in Alton. There are 15 students in the group and they have been wo...read more
A new city government will soon be sworn in at Grafton City Hall, but a group of current aldermen have apparently taken one last stand against the current administration. Four of the city’s six ...read more
Finding college scholarships and grants can be tiresome work, but the Better Business Bureau advises parents and students to avoid paying for help to find financial aid. The agency is also inviting hi...read more
Jersey County business owners are invited to attend a workshop on May 23 at the Jersey County Business Association office on State Street in Jerseyville. From 10am-2pm, representatives with the SIUE S...read more
Stalled efforts to store nuclear waste have cost ratepayers in Illinois billions of dollars and taxpayers across the country billions more.
A spent rod of nuclear material already used by a nuclear...read more
The latest report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows corn growers are using less land to plant their crops this year, but it likely won't have an impact on corn yields. ...read more
Illinois researchers are inching closer to treatment for a strange disease creeping its way through snake populations across many states.
Dr. Matt Allender, a veterinarian and epidemiologist ...read more
The Alton Branch of the NAACP is putting the final touches on its biggest fundraiser of the year. The 49th annual NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet will be held next month with proceeds going to benefit the ...read more
The Macoupin County Sheriff's Department is seeking a suspect in a burglary from last year. 40-year-old Brian Raynor is accused of a burglary last August at the Staunton Country Club. Macoupin County ...read more
When it comes to cell phones, the Illinois State Police want you to "Drop It and Drive". A press conference at the Illinois State Capitol Monday will kick off a week long campaign focused on dis...read more
College Choice, a ranking and review online publication, has ranked Southern Illinois University Edwardsville as the one of the top online colleges in Illinois. SIUE is listed 9th out of 23 Illinois c...read more