Adequate funding for education continues to be an issue in the state of Illinois.
Kewanee School District #229 Supt of Schools Dr. Chris Sullens says state budgetary issues continue to drag d...read more
A reminder to area fishermen that the old fishing licenses will expire today and new ones are necessary to fish legally for the 2015 season.
Field and Stream expert Duke Frisby of Kewanee says don&rs...read more
OSF Marketing Director Carrie Boelens and Occupational Therapist Chad Bowcott are the guests for the March 30th edition of Tuned IN on WKEI
[audio:33015101413-330tinosf.mp3]Carrie Boelens, Ch...read more
The budget crunch is hurting efforts to fight car thet in Illinois. Stolen vehicle task forces around the state are closing their offices as new state budget strategies siphon mandatory insuranc...read more
There’s disagreement of almost all the findings the Auditor General published about the University of Illinois. Illinois News Network has more:
There’s no agreement of a deal to keep the Governor from implementing an executive order he issued last month to withhold fair share dues from employees unions. Illinois News Network has more:&n...read more
Illinois will be expanding efforts to connect low-income job seekers to resources that can help them secure employment. The state is receiving nearly $22 million in grant funding from the U.S. Departm...read more
Farmers and land owners now have a little extra time to sign up for new programs under the 2014 Farm Bill. The United States Department of Agriculture announced today that they are giving another exte...read more
Illinois Comptroller says that her office will quickly get payments to day care providers who have been encountering funding delays. Leslie Munger announced today that daycare providers have been face...read more
With warmer weather in the forecast, outdoor activity will also increase and that means that more motorists will also be hitting area roadways.
Illinois State Police Trooper Jason Wilson remi...read more