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JALC Budget $9,000 in the Black

CARTERVILLE -- With the fall semester a little more than a month away, John A. Logan College leaders believe they've come up with a budget that's $9,000 in the black. Read More »

Heavy Rain Costing Pool Owners

CARBONDALE -- More rain falling means another lost day for those wanting to relax by the pool, but the rain hurts more than your tan, as it hits pool owner's pocket books. Read More »

Herrin Woman Finds Toddler Standing in Her Yard

HERRIN -- A toddler, wearing nothing but a diaper, was found standing in a woman's yard Tuesday morning. Read More »

Ask Amy: Rabbit TV

HERRIN -- Cable and satellite TV can be pricey and often require a contract. Many are turning to Internet streaming services to save money. Read More »

Six Miners Named All-Stars

MARION-- For only the second time in franchise history, the Southern Illinois Miners have at least six players voted All-Stars. Read More »

Williamson County Embezzlers Could Lose Retirement to Taxpayers

WILLIAMSON COUNTY-- Three former Williamson County clerks, convicted of embezzlement, may soon lose their retirement money.The three women worked in the circuit clerks office, and Williamson County leaders want to claim that money as part of their restitution. Read More »

Local Pediatricians Recommend Early School Physicals

MARION -- It's hard to believe it, but kids will be back to school in about a month. That means now is the time for parents to start thinking about physicals and shots. Read More »

New Requirements for Childcare Assistance in Illinois

CARTERVILLE -- Parents across Illinois now might find it a little tougher to find childcare. As of July 1, Illinois has upped the requirements to receive assistance. Read More »

Several New Businesses Slated to Open in Marion

MARION -- More new businesses are popping up across Marion. Read More »

Roundabout Coming to Marion Intersection

MARION -- New road construction will begin at the intersection of Russell and Boulevard Street on July 13. The intersection is expected to be closed for four weeks as the city turns the busy four-way into a roundabout. Read More »

Krispy Kreme Hiring for Marion Location

MARION -- Krispy Kreme is hiring 50 employees for its new Marion location. Read More »

Restaurant Report Card: July 6, 2015

WSIL -- June health inspection reports are still coming in, so we have one more round of May reports. Read More »

Miners Capture Win Against Cornbelters In Final Game Of Series

MARION -- The Southern Illinois Miners lost the first two games of their series against the Normal Cornbelters, but the Miners bounced back in the final game of the series with a 2-1 victory. Read More »

Miners Rally Falls Short on 4th of July

MARION-- After falling behind 4-1, the Southern Illinois Miners rally came up short on 4th of July, falling to Normal 4-3. Read More »

Unsung Hero: Myah's Four Wheeler

WILLIAMSON COUNTY -- A young girl's four-wheeler went missing from her home recently, but she's getting a brand new one thanks to some generous donations. Read More »

School of Rock Students Among Those Traveling on July 4th Weekend

WHITTINGTON -- Among the 41.9 million Americans traveling this July 4th weekend are young musicians from the School of Rock. Read More »

Mom and Daughter Go Viral With Dance Video

WILLIAMSON CO. -- You have likely seen it by now: a pregnant Carbondale woman and her 6-year-old daughter dancing. The video has gone viral, and the mom/daughter duo talked to News Three about their instant fame. Read More »

Marion Man Behind Bars on Gun Charges

JACKSON CO. -- A Marion man is behind bars on gun charges. Read More »

Wheeler Endures Long Journey To Division One

WSIL -- Connor Wheeler's collegiate basketball career has been anything but normal. His journey, over the past four years has been filled with highs and lows. In 2011, Connor had just graduated high school at Du Quoin and was excited to begin his college career at Illinois Wesleyan, but a stress fracture in his leg derailed his season. Read More »

Garnati Golf Day Raises Nearly $28,000

MARION -- Two local child advocacy organizations received a big donation Thursday. The Williamson County Child Advocacy Center along with C.A.S.A got nearly $28,000. Read More »

Fireworks Can Trigger PTSD in Combat Veterans

WSIL -- For veterans with post traumatic stress disorder, the Fourth of July weekend can bring back some terrible times. Read More »

Heavy Rain Leads to "Brown Patch" in Lawns

CARTERVILLE -- Rain is a vital part of helping plants grow, but too much rain can actually cause lawn problems. That's been happening across the region this summer. Read More »

Herrin Police Update Business Safety Checks

HERRIN -- Many business Owners in Herrin have noticed something new hanging from their door. Herrin Police are leaving a note, proving they've done a security check at the shop. Read More »

Regional Superintendent Matt Donkin Officially Sworn In

WSIL -- Regional School Superintendent, Matt Donkin, is now officially back on the job. Read More »

Marion Commissioner Seeks Change

MARION -- A newly-elected Marion City Commissioner says he's ready to make a fresh start, even though the new position means he'll have to give up his job as a Marion police officer. Read More »

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