The blood supply across Central Illinois remains critically low… and local health and hospital officials are joining the urgent call for donations. ImpactLife says that while it seeks to maintain a five-day supply of blood in the
A Springfield man who was already accused of having sexual contact with a minor is now facing additional charges, after Illinois State Police say they located additional victims. 22-year-old Zane Merreighn was arrested back in October on
Another Republican is jumping into the race for Congress from the newly-drawn 13th District. Regan Deering of Decatur is a former educator and small business owner who has also worked to raise funds for organizations like the
Springfield’s teachers union will push District 186 to reimburse sick time for all teachers who were forced to take time off because of COVID, including teachers who are not vaccinated against the virus. Governor JB Pritzker announced
The Springfield City Council will vote next week on a proposal to spend more than half-a-million dollars on technology aimed at reducing the taste and odor problems that affected the city’s drinking water last fall. City Water
Springfield aldermen are growing frustrated over continuing delays in obtaining a consultant’s report on fire department operations… and say it’s part of a pattern of not receiving information from Mayor Jim Langfelder’s office in a timely fashion.