Job Squad: July 29, 2015

WSIL -- There are several openings in our weekly Job Squad report. Read More »

Baby Fair Coming to Carbondale

CARBONDALE -- Memorial Hospital of Carbondale and the Jackson County Health Department are teaming up to kick off World Breastfeeding Week. Read More »

Molly Young's Father Deserves Records, AG's Office Tells Carbondale

CARBONDALE -- Molly Young's father implored the city council to order the police department to hand-over records the Illinois Attorney General's Office says he deserves. Read More »

No More Halloween Restrictions in Carbondale

CARBONDALE -- City leaders in Carbondale have lifted all Halloween restrictions on the strip. Read More »

Legal Future Unclear For Carbondale Man Who Attacked Police

CARBONDALE -- One Carbondale police officer is back at work and another is still recovering, after being injured during a chaotic arrest on Chestnut street Friday. Read More »

St. Andrew Festival Returns in August

MURPHYSBORO -- Volunteers, parents, students and staff at St. Andrew School in Murphysboro are gearing up for the annual St. Andrew Festival. Read More »

Therapeutic Riding Transforming Lives

MAKANDA-- The therapeutic riding program at Giant City Stables is positively impacting lives of physically and mentally challenged kids and adults. Read More »

Forged Checks Have Police Looking for More Suspects

WILLIAMSON COUNTY -- Crooks have cashed in lately, with some southern Illinois businesses taking the hit for it. Police believe a forgery ring has tried to pass off fake payroll checks using the names of real businesses. Read More »

Jackson County Mosquitoes Tested Positive for West Nile

MURPHYSBORO -- Mosquitoes in Jackson County have tested positive for West Nile virus. Read More »

Back to School Supply Drives and Giveaways

WSIL -- As kids head back to the classroom, several organizations are working to make sure they have the supplies they need. Read More »

Restaurant Report Card: July 27, 2015

WSIL -- Qin Guan Restaurant in Carbondale is our low scorer this week. The Jackson County health inspector gave the Chinese restaurant 78 after finding 18 violations. Read More »

Medicaid Payments Uncertain During Illinois Budget Impasse

WSIL -- Healthcare providers in Illinois say it's unclear if the state will continue to make Medicaid payments during the current budget impasse. Read More »

Anti-Fracking Group Drafting Community Bill of Rights

CARBONDALE -- People worried about fracking were rallying Saturday in Carbondale. Read More »

Armed Robbery At Murphysboro Huck's

MURPHYSBORO -- Police in Murphysboro are investigating an armed robbery that took place early Saturday morning. Read More »

Gooch Verbals to SIU

WSIL -- Belleville Althoff senior forward Brendan Gooch has verbally committed to Barry Hinson and the SIU Salukis. Read More »

"The Pony" Blames Closure on Carbondale Leaders

CARBONDALE -- Four weeks after the city's liquor commission voted not to renew its license to sell alcohol, a controversial nightspot is closed. Read More »

United Way Needs Help to "Stuff the Bus"

MARION -- Students will soon head back to school, and United Way wants to make sure kids in southern Illinois have all the school supplies they need. Read More »

Carbondale District 95 Superintendent Under Fire

CARBONDALE -- What started as a typical Carbondale District 95 school board meeting Thursday appears to have ended with hard feelings and more tension. Read More »

SIUC Offers Free Dental Services to Children

CARBONDALE -- The dental clinic for children ages 3 to 17 is from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. August 6 at the Jackson County Health Department. Read More »

Grilling with 17th Street Barbecue

WSIL -- It's Friday and that means it's time to fire up the grill again. Read More »

Teutopolis Eliminates Herrin, Murphysboro

CARMI -- Teutopolis beat Herrin 4-3 and Murphysboro 17-10 to advance to the championship game of the Fifth Division American Legion Baseball Tournament. Read More »

Carbondale Superintendent Axes Police Outreach program

CARBONDALE --The superintendent of Carbondale School District 95 has decided to stop a police outreach program, after backlash from some groups in the community. Read More »

Sole Sistas of the 618 Recruiting Girl Runners

WSIL -- Sole Sistas of the 618 is a running group for women. Now the group is reaching out to school-age girls in our region. Read More »

From Tee to Green- Week 6- Taking Relief

CARBONDALE-- In this week's From Tee to Green, Diane Daugherty shows Kelly Burke when and how to take relief. Read More »

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