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A 45-year-old Jersey County man is facing numerous child pornography charges, and more may be filed later according to information provided by the Jerseyville Police Department. Lance A. Wehrle, of the...[Read More]
A cable TV show will put Alton on the map this Sunday. Actress Jessica Biel visited the city last fall as part of the program "Who Do You Think You Are" on the TLC network. Biel filmed a segment while...[Read More]
Earlier this month, major changes for OSF St. Anthony's Health Center in Alton were announced. We're now getting more details about how the health care provider plans to add to and consolidate services...[Read More]
Although October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, there is an event coming up tonight to promote domestic violence awareness. The Alton Police Department is promoting the 3rd annual walk, which wil...[Read More]
The Big Z has been recognized by the Land of Lincoln Honor Flight organization for its efforts to send veterans to Washington D.C. Each year for the last four years, the Veterans Day Pie Auction generates...[Read More]
The Village of Bethalto is hosting a public meeting tonight to review progress made on the village's sanitary and storm sewer systems. The village has been working on updating the aging infrastructure,...[Read More]
On the 10 year anniversary of passing a bill to prohibit smoking in restaurants, office buildings and other places some state lawmakers want to raise the minimum age to buy cigarettes and other tobacco...[Read More]
Telecom giant AT&T is asking for Illinois' permission to scrap requirements that the company maintain land-based phone lines.According to the National Center for Health Statistics, only four percent of...[Read More]
Just because the Republican plan to move past Obamacare is dead doesn't mean the national health care debate is over. One expert says there's even more urgency now. The Affordable Care Act is still alive,...[Read More]
If the income tax increase in the state Senate’s so-called grand bargain becomes law, it could mean wage earners have to pay somewhere even more to make up for the months of back taxes moving forward.Illinoisans...[Read More]
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