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Local News Coverage:

  • Morning Edition: Mon.- Fri. 4:00am- 9:00am with Morning Edition Host and Reporter Emily Boyer.
  • Afternoon Edition: Mon.- Fri. 4:30- 5:00pm with News Director Rich Egger.

Local New Updates also at 5:35pm and 6:35pm Monday- Friday.

McDonough County Sheriff's Department

An assistant state’s attorney who was arrested after getting into a fight with his girlfriend has lost his job.

Jeff Clay

Clayton Daughenbaugh has lived in the Chicago area since 1985. But he’s heavily involved in preserving a wilderness area in southern Utah.

Rich Egger

The Macomb City Council has numerous concerns about the liquor license application submitted by Christine Ann Koellner.

An action some might see as a childish prank has resulted in legal action in Des Moines County.

Rachel Otwell/WUIS

Each year, hundreds of thousands of children in the U.S. are the victims of domestic abuse. Some die at the hands of the people who are supposed to protect them.

TSPR's Rich Egger

Funding for higher education fell slightly along with the drop in Illinois’ income tax rate at the beginning of the year.

Jason Parrott

A new program in Lee County is trying to create the next generation of scientists, engineers and mathematicians.  And the first attempt appears to have been a big success.

T.J. Carson

The Monmouth-Roseville Board of Education this week agreed to implement an activity fee.

A business that already has ties to southeast Iowa is considering whether to expand its presence in the region.

Des Moines County Attorney Amy Beavers expects to decide within the next 30 days whether to file charges in connection with a fatal shooting by a Burlington police officer.

This winter was the first time archery deer hunting was allowed at Spring Lake Park in Macomb.

T.J. Carson

The Galesburg NAACP chapter wants to create a better understanding between citizens and law enforcement.

A former Lee County employee has once again asked the Iowa Supreme Court to examine his wrongful termination lawsuit.

The Burlington Police Department identified the body found in a wooded area near a local grocery store three weeks ago.

A trial date has been set for a lawsuit filed against several members of the Lee County Board of Supervisors over possible violations of Iowa's Open Meetings Law.