HARRISBURG-- The Defense Department, Delta Leadership Authority and the Egyptian Health Department are teaming up for free screenings for people of all ages in our region. Officials say you do not have to be an area resident to receive treatment; anyone who attends will receive care on a first-come, first -served basis. Patients will receive; free medical, dental, and a wide range of optometry services and you can even be provided a free eye glasses.
MARION— Hundreds of people, and their Jeeps, gathered at Absher-Arnold in Marion Saturday morning for a day of fun and fundraising for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
CARBONDALE — Dozens of Southern Illinoisans took the first step to move past a prior criminal conviction Saturday at a legal clinic designed to help get those convictions expunged or sealed.
CARTERVILLE,Ill-- Multi-platinum country music star Sara Evans will headline concert at Walkers Bluff on Saturday and two local bands will kick off the show.
WSIL -- The teacher and SIU alum credited with stopping a school shooting outside Indianapolis will return to Carbondale.
MARION, Ill. -- A local woman in need of a vehicle receives a car for just a dollar, marking the first giveaway through Marion Toyota's Project Car.
CAVE IN ROCK, Ill. -- Without an influx of cash, officials say the Cave-In-Rock ferry could be forced to close July 1, causing a disruption to people on both sides of the Ohio River.
CARBONDALE -- A group of cyclists are traveling across the country to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis.
MARION, Ill. -- In this week's episode of "Going Global," we meet a Marion business owner from Thailand who shares her journey and culture with us.
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- A police officer who was put on leave for selling a coffee mug with a photo showing an unconscious Carbondale man is now back on the job. A full statement from City Manager Gary Williams is below: