As Illinoisans swap out flip-flops for sweaters this fall season, Chris Miller with the National Weather Service in Lincoln reminds us that the arrival of cooler temperatures doesn't necessarily mean ...read more
Conservation Police are battling a new, unique problem in rural parts of Illinois. John Williamson, Department of Natural Resources Conservation Police Officer, inidicates ginseng is a very popular he...read more
October has arrived and means it’s National Pork Month!. The Illinois Pork Producers Assoc has a number of events scheduled, including special pork deals at restaurants and grocery stores around...read more
The closing date to file federal taxes for the 2014 filing year is rapidly approaching.
Michael Devine with the Internal Revenue Service in St. Louis says October 15th is the cutoff date and he adds ...read more
The Secretary of State is going to stop telling you by mail that you need to get your license plate renewed. It’s an effort to save about $450,000 a month in postage. The office says starting wi...read more
Amanda Kocis of OSF St. Luke Medical Center in Kewanee has become only the fourth physical therapist in the state of Illinois to become certified in ImPACT Concussion Care Management. ImPACT is the st...read more
You don't have to lock up young people to reduce juvenile crime. It's a change in thinking that's spread across the country with the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI).Professionals who...read more
The Greater Kewanee Area United Way Campaign is off and rolling for the 2015 season.
Marshall Jones is the United Way Board Chairman and he says they have upped their goal for this year&rsquo...read more
United Way Administrator Dot Meindok, Jackie Diedeker with the Braveheart Children's Advocacy Center and Julie Landwehr with Abilities Plus are the guests for the September 29th edition of Tuned IN on...read more