Boil order still in place even though water main repaired

By Ryne Turke on June 28 at 12:29pm

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The City of Jacksonville has addressed the first step in fixing the current water emergency. WLDS-WEAI News met with Mayor Andy Ezard at around noon on Tuesday for an update Read More

Water flying off the shelves at local grocery stores

By Jim McCabe on June 28 at 12:25pm

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What impact is today’s water emergency having on Jacksonville citizens? Jim McCabe has this report.

South Jax pitching in on water crisis

By Jim McCabe on June 28 at 12:22pm

South Jacksonville is doing what it can to help the City of Jacksonville out today during its water emergency. The village has its own water supply and is not affected Read More

David Gill hopes fifth time is charm for Congressional seat

By Jim McCabe on June 28 at 12:15pm

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A familiar face is looking to get back in the race in the election for the 13th District Congressional seat. Republican incumbent Rodney Davis will now face independent candidate David Read More

Corn starting to silk in Illinois

By Ryne Turke on June 28 at 11:49am

Illinois farmers dealt with limited rainfall and hotter temperatures this past week. Crop statistician Mark Schleusener recaps the latest corn and soybean numbers. “Four percent of corn acres are silking, Read More