Goodwill Industries under investigation for possible security breach

By Ryne Turke on July 22 at 3:20pm

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Goodwill Industries is working with federal officials to investigate a possible security breach, but it appears for now the Jacksonville store is in the clear. The nonprofit organization was contacted Read More

Woman convicted in Watkins murder talks to Channel 20

By Jim McCabe on July 22 at 1:05pm

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The woman convicted in the murder of Steven Watkins is speaking out to our TV news reporting partners. Seventy-eight-year-old Shirley Skinner was convicted of shooting Watkins in the back of Read More

West Central Illinois farmers continue to show strong crop numbers

By Ryne Turke on July 22 at 12:59pm

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According to the latest crop progress report from the USDA, local crops are reporting numbers higher than the five year average, as corn is silking at 88 percent and soybeans Read More

Bulletproof vests now mandatory for police departments; nothing new to Jacksonville

By Richard Holton on July 22 at 7:10am

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New legislation signed last week has made it mandatory for Illinois police departments to provide bulletproof vests to officers, but the concept is nothing new to officers in our area. Read More

IC student from Gaza talks about current conflict

By Jim McCabe on July 22 at 7:10am

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An Illinois College student from Gaza is worried for the safety of her family. Fatima Alshantti is a sophomore at IC who lived through two wars growing up in Palestine. Read More