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SIU College of Business hosts job fair Video included

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CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Dozens of students plan for their future at a job fair, organized by the SIU College of Business.

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SIU officials plan to move forward with reorganization plans Video included

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CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Despite the death of Carlo Montemagno, leaders at SIU still plan to move forward with at least some of his reorganization plan.

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SIU board lays out plans for new chancellor, president

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CARBONDALE, Ill. -- The man who took over for Randy Dunn after he resigned as president of Southern Illinois University is also now the acting chancellor of the Carbondale campus after Carlo Montemagno died last month.

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Threat discussed at Carbondale Community High School

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CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Parents demand answers after a threat on three students at Carbondale Community High School.

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School bus safety: A look into Illinois laws Video included

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WSIL -- For the fifth time in three days, a driver has hit a child while at a bus stop

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Two schools to benefit from pro wrestling fundraisers

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WSIL -- Budgets are tight for schools around the state and some are turning to unique ways to raise money.  

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'Pigskin Points' can lead to big bucks for local schools

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MARION, Ill. -- High school football season is in full swing and Pepsi MidAmerica is helping schools raise money.  

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House Call: Eye care

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WSIL -- It's back to school time and that can bring attention to eye problems. 

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Top of teachers' to-do list: focus on the positives

Students gain when teachers focus on positive behavior.

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Hogwarts coming to JALC

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CARTERVILLE -- Many kids and even some adults dream of one day going to Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  

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T-Rex leads the band at Missouri school

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FENTON, MO -- Concert goers at a Missouri middle school took a step back in time as a T-Rex doubled as the conductor.  

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'Read Across America' Day marked around the area

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HERRIN -- March 2 is set aside for readers of all ages. It's Dr. Seuss' birthday and has been known as 'Read Across America' Day for years.  

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Stamping 'smoking kills' on cigarettes may keep teens from the habit

A grim reminder -- "Smoking Kills" -- emblazoned right on a cigarette may help young people avoid the deadly habit.

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WWE Hall of Famer coming to southern Illinois

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PINCKNEYVILLE -- The state budget crisis may be over, but it's made a lasting impression on schools in our region.  

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Soda caps could earn your school big money

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MARION -- If you drink a lot of soda saving the caps could help win some money for your school. 

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SCC offers new class for food producers

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ANNA -- Shawnee Community College is offering a new course in June. The Better Process Control School is a 4-day course approved by the FDA.      

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Cinderella casts a spell on Carterville

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CARTERVILLE -- Students at Caterville High School will take to the stage November 18 and 19 for the fall production of Cinderella. 

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Continue your education at JALC

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CARTERVILLE --  School is back in session for students of all ages. But it's not just regular classes students are attending. 

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Schools, programs saved by last-day stopgap budget

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SPRINGFIELD  -- On the last day of Fiscal Year 16, lawmakers put together a partial budget for Fiscal Year 17.

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Data: Many Illinois schools cut back on physical education

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CHICAGO (AP) - Data released by the Illinois State Board of Education show many schools in the state have cut back on days of physical education on class schedules.

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