Taylor Clark, KFVS News

Taylor Clark


Carterville, IL, United States

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Past articles by Taylor:

‘It worked out for the best’: Alaska man helps moose calf over guardrail

Joe Tate helped a moose calf cross the road. It could have gone badly, but he's not your average Joe. → Read More

New law aims to decrease gender wage gap in Illinois

The law makes it so employers can't ask applicants how much money they've made at past jobs → Read More

Proposed cuts to SNAP benefits impact on non-profits

It's estimated that around 3.1 million people could lose their access to food stamps if proposals go through → Read More

Neighbors form human chain to protect migrant from ICE raid in Tenn.

The father reportedly entered the country illegally, so the ICE agents were tasked with bringing him into custody. When neighbors heard what was going on, they came to assist. → Read More

Illinois employers discuss upcoming recreational marijuana laws

There's many questions and only a few answers around the new laws going into effect at the beginning of the year → Read More

Veteran’s Airport of Southern Illinois looking into new bids

Catching a quick flight to Chicago or Nashville from southern Illinois could be a reality if proposals are accepted. → Read More

McClure getting soaked by Barry aftermath

Right now, it seems the focus of volunteers is to get people ready for longer flooding in the area. → Read More

Man paddling down Mississippi for veterans

Flooding and rain isn't stopping Greg Nejnamoski from raising awareness for veterans. → Read More

McClure, Ill. needs help on July 4 holiday

July 4 may be a holiday, but flood waters aren't taking the day off. → Read More

Protect your pets from harmful floodwater fungi

The extra moisture from flooding is creating a breeding ground for harmful fungi → Read More

Businesses getting ready for legal marijuana in Illinois

When weed becomes legal in the land of Lincoln businesses are going to have to adapt → Read More

McClure residents feel the fatigue of flooding

One can only fill so many sandbags and fuel so many pumps before it becomes too much. → Read More

Catfishing on the floodwaters

The flood waters are high, but at least the fishing's good. → Read More

2.4 earthquake on the Illinois-Kentucky border

A 2.4 magnitude earthquake was reported northeast of Kevil, Kentucky on Thursday, June 6. → Read More

Bill would allow food stamps to be used at restaurants in Illinois

If passed, restaurants could choose to accept food stamps → Read More

Bill would allow food stamps to be used at restaurants in Illinois

If passed, restaurants could choose to accept food stamps → Read More

Cobden students craft their own guitars

These sweet new six-strings are on display at SIUC until June 29. → Read More

Herrin’s new mascot: Porkchop the pig

A slippery swine refuses to be caught in Herrin, and everybody in town knows about it → Read More

11-year-old raises over $1,200 for Veteran Honor Flight

The Veteran's Honor Flight of Southern Illinois has a young new sponsor who says he's going to be raising funds indefinitely → Read More

Portion of Route 127 to reopen in Union County

Illinois 127 just south of Alto Pass will reopen on Friday, April 19 at 5 p.m. → Read More