Jackie Rehwald, News-Leader

Jackie Rehwald


Murphysboro, IL, United States

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Past articles by Jackie:

Convoy of Hope moves into its new World Distribution Center in Republic

Convoy of Hope is moving into its new World Distribution Center in Republic this week. The new facility is located on near I-44 and US 60. → Read More

Springfield veteran receives new roof, thanks to roofing companies and nonprofits

Springfield Army veteran Ronald Burger received new roof, thanks to the Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project. → Read More

'Justice has been served': Springfield man guilty of killing pregnant girlfriend

Derik Osborn was found guilty of two counts of second-degree murder and one count of second-degree domestic assault in the death of Valerie Williams. → Read More

This Springfield couple lost their home due to the pandemic. Catholic Charities helped them get back on their feet

'There's still a lot of trauma, but we are getting there': Springfield couple loses home due to pandemic, finds help from Catholic Charities → Read More

New to running, man jogs 35 miles on Frisco Highline to raise Alzheimer's awareness

Mark Applegate began training to run the Frisco Trail (35 miles) in February. He's lost 120 pounds and raised more than $5,500 for Alzheimer's Assoc. → Read More

Human remains found last week identified as missing Willard man

Russell Long, 39, was last seen by family members around 8 p.m. March 31 at a family member's residence in Willard. → Read More

Gov. Parson visits site of Elevate Branson's planned tiny home community for those in poverty

Gov. Parson visited the site of Elevate Branson's tiny home community on Monday. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Take a look inside BigShots Golf in northeast Springfield

BigShots Golf in northeast Springfield has 56 bays where groups and couples can enjoy food and drinks while hitting golf balls. → Read More

Ashley House girls aging out of foster care graduate high school, look to the future

Ashley House girls graduate high school, share their dreams for the future. Ashley House is a transitional home for young women in foster care → Read More

Residents ask: Will homes along planned Grant Avenue Parkway be held to higher standard?

The proposed Grant Avenue Parkway project will create an off-street pedestrian and bicycle pathway along the route from Sunshine to College Street. → Read More

'It's done wonders': Ozarks Counseling Center provides mental health services, counseling

'We can all use some help during a time of grief, divorce, help with children, depression, anxiety': About the Ozarks Counseling Center → Read More

Greyhound to relocate to Arna's Food Mart on Springfield's westside

Greyhound will relocate its current East Kearney Street bus station to Arna's Food Market on West Chestnut Expressway on Springfield's westside. → Read More

Earth Day surprise: Anonymous donor gives $4 million to local environmental groups

An anonymous donor surprised these four Springfield environmental groups with $4 million to strengthen the organizations' stability. → Read More

Springfield police identify victim in fatal shooting Wednesday night

Springfield police investigating deadly shooting Wednesday night → Read More

Over 72 nights, Springfield's cold weather shelters housed 370 people this past winter

Nearly 400 people stayed at Springfield's cold weather homeless shelters during this past winter. → Read More

MDC announces state's first black-bear hunting season this fall

The Missouri Department of Conservation announced the state’s first black-bear hunting season is slated for this coming fall, Oct. 18-27. → Read More

MDC is offering five permits for 2021 elk-hunting season

During last year’s inaugural elk season for Missouri, all five hunters that were drawn harvested an elk. This year, MDC will again issue five permits → Read More

Two Men and a Truck partners with Convoy of Hope to raise money, deliver supplies

Springfield-based Convoy of Hope finds partner in Two Men and a Truck, national franchise of moving companies → Read More

Laundry, showers, mail service for homeless now available at O'Reilly Center for Hope

The services at the O'Reilly Center for Hope — housed in the former Pepperdine school building — are free and do not require reservations. → Read More

Springfield-based Convoy of Hope, Bass Pro Shops team up to donate bottled water to Texas after disaster

Convoy of Hope is bringing much-needed bottled water to Texans still reeling from recent winter storms. Bass Pro donates 40,000 pounds of water. → Read More