Illinois eclipse still a while away, but excitement building

By Jim McCabe on May 4 at 12:53pm

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If you want to see a total solar eclipse in Illinois in 2017, you might want to start making plans now. That was the message this morning from Bob Baer, Read More

Organ transplant surgery required for Virginia mother

By Ryne Turke on May 4 at 7:28am

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A rare disease is requiring a Virginia woman to undergo an organ transplant nearly two months after giving birth to a baby boy. Terri Rutledge reached out to WLDS-WEAI News Read More

City inspects first golf cart

By Jim McCabe on May 3 at 12:45pm

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Get ready to hear a lot more of this noise in Jacksonville soon: That’s the sound of a golf cart, which city residents can now drive on non-state roads. The Read More

Illinois corn planting ahead of five year average

By Ryne Turke on May 3 at 12:44pm

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Increased rainfall slowed down the planting progress this week and kept farmers out of the fields. The latest USDA crop report shows Illinois averaged 1.64 inches of precipitation for the Read More

Levitt AMP concert lineup released

By Ryne Turke on May 3 at 11:58am

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The official lineup for the ten week Levitt AMP Concert Series in Jacksonville has been released. Jacksonville Main Street was one of 15 small to mid-sized towns who earned the Read More