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Jak Tichenor hosts a special speech from Pres. Obama to the Illinois General Assembly.
Author Michael Hebb talks about his book "Let's Have Dinner and Talk about Death".
2015 Illinois Legislative Review.
Wendy Davis, Former Texas State Senator.
Aleta Lewis of Mount Carmel, Illinois talks with Kevin Boucher, WSIU Public Radio.
Former SIU School of Law Dean and Author Peter Alexander.
Legislative reaction to Governor Bruce Rauner's 2015 Illinois Budget Address.
Civil rights activist, math educator, and community organizer Robert Moses.
A look at how the 2016 crops are at Rendleman Orchards after a wet Spring and Hot Summer.
Marguerite Mariama Moore, SIU Alumna, and Leandro Lopez Varady.
The importance to shop local in Southern Illinois.
Southern Illinois Healthcare opens a new Cancer Institute in Carterville Illinois.
For the past 3 decades some special populations have gathered at Bleyer Lake in Carbondale
Safe Sheds Above Ground Tornado Shelters
Marion Art School in Marion Illinois
Scratch Brewing Company, Ava IL.
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