Colin Baillie, KFVS News

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Recent articles by Colin:

Heartland Sheriff wants to see schools take action to protect students

One Heartland Sheriff wants to see schools take action to protect students in the wake of this week’s deadly school shooting in Texas. → Read More

Union County community garden to celebrate 5 years with open house Saturday

What started off as two raised beds in May 2017, is now the 3,000-square-foot Union County Garden. → Read More

St. Nicholas Brewing Company opens third location inside Southern Illinois Airport

St. Nicholas Brewing Company opened it’s third location inside the new terminal in Murphysboro. → Read More

Heartland pizza places aren’t seeing delivery driver shortages like national chains

National chains like Dominos and Pizza Hut both saw delivery sales in the U.S. drop. → Read More

SIH Memorial Hospital trains for trauma situation involving expectant mother with gunshot wound

The scenario on Thursday morning was an expectant mother with a gunshot wound. → Read More

Mount Vernon seeing a decline in money allocated from diesel and state fuel tax

Illinois’ gas tax sits nearly at 40 cents a gallon, the fifth highest in the nation. → Read More

Update on the U.S. 51 Ohio River Bridge

The semi that blocked the Ohio River bridge at Cairo for hours finally makes it to the other side. The bridge was closed just after 9 a.m. and reopened after 1 p.m. → Read More

SIU researchers are studying various uses for cannabis

From finding out what strain could be used for your certain needs, to cannabis therapy for opioid addiction mediation. → Read More

More developments coming to the Hill in Marion, Ill.

The Hill continues to grow. From new restaurants to the hope of a big-name box retailer. → Read More

DuQuoin State Bank to open De Soto branch later in April

One Heartland city lost their only bank nearly a year ago. Now, a year later, they are set to open a new one in the same building. → Read More

Major changes coming to Rent One Park in Marion

Major changes are coming to Rent one Park. Everything from entertainment to the possibility of a sports returning. → Read More

City of Carbondale partners with SIUC for gun violence study

The study will go through September and there are options for residents to share their thoughts. → Read More

Finishing touches put on the Franklin County Courthouse

It’s a multi-million-dollar project that is set to open ahead of schedule. One southern Illinois county is working to put the finishing touches on their new courthouse. → Read More

Mayfield restaurant expected to rebuild, reopen in near future

One Mayfield business impacted by the December tornado said they will not be leaving their original location. Their plan is to build back better than before. → Read More

Local wineries and orchards prepare for incoming weather

As the temperatures are set to dip below freezing Friday evening into Saturday morning, some local businesses are hoping that the cold weather won’t kill off their crops. → Read More

Murphysboro Walmart continuing cleanup after Wednesday fire, cause still under investigation

Just one day after a fire started in the Murphysboro Walmart on Wednesday morning, crews are beginning to clean up the pieces. → Read More

Heartland delivery company says high gas prices are starting to impact business

Prices at the pump continue to climb daily in the Heartland. → Read More

Heartland delivery company says high gas prices are starting to impact business

Prices at the pump continue to climb daily in the Heartland. → Read More

Heartland farmers also feeling the pain of higher fuel prices

Think you are feeling pain at the pump? Heartland famers still need to have fill up their tractors, combines and trucks. → Read More

Heartland farmers also feeling the pain of higher fuel prices

Think you are feeling pain at the pump? Heartland famers still need to have fill up their tractors, combines and trucks. → Read More