At the end of the year, St. Louis Regional Airport Director David Miller will call it a career.
Southern Illinois University's School of Dental Medicine recently provided critical dental care to 126 children ages 3-13 at the 16th annual Give Kids A Smile Day.
Illinois State Police want you to be aware there’s a scam that involves phone number spoofing. The agency is aware of calls being made in several state police districts where the caller claims to be a state trooper and needs personal information for a police matter. In some cases the caller …
(The Center Square) — Pfizer has asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize the use of its COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, but Illinois lawmakers have shown little appetite so far for a vaccine requirement for students.
Lewis and Clark Community College President Ken Trzaska is looking for answers from the state in regard to funding for the college's Main Complex Renovation Project.
It appears a handful of unions representing educators in the Triad and Edwardsville school districts view Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s vaccine mandate for schools differently than the Illinois Education Association.
It’s shaping up to be a busy day in Downtown Alton on Saturday. From 8 a.m. to noon it’s the final farmer’s market of the year on the Henry Street parking lot. Then from noon to 3 p.m., The Lodge at The Lovejoy, 401 Piasa St., will be host to the annual Alton Main Street Chili Cook-Off.
(The Center Square) – Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a measure establishing a pilot program in Cook County that would allow residents under a certain income level to have their traffic court fees waived.
The Illinois legislature has created a new official state designation — cultural district — to strengthen local neighborhoods and promote economic development.
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the dangers posed by overcrowded and understaffed nursing homes in Illinois, and now a state agency is calling for reforms.
With the warm weather over the summer and little in the way of cooler weather so far, trees are not yet dropping their leaves in large numbers. But it won't be long until the fall colors return, and then turn into a fall pile of leaves for many. A local fire chief has a few reminders if you …
Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings with it a wave of appeals to donate to breast cancer charities. The Better Business Bureau wants you to research charities and cause-related products carefully before making a donation or buying a pink-ribbon product.
(The Center Square) — Gov. J.B. Pritzker has been working to change the Health Care Right of Conscience Act, which some have invoked in the fight against COVID-19 vaccine mandates.