Twenty-seven people are out of a job at Illinois' Tobacco Quitline, which means there's no one left to answer the phone.For the past 15 years,...
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SIU Carbondale officials say a report of an assault on campus Wednesday night turns out be false.
Administrators think things are looking up at historic Harrisburg High School.
WSIU Radio's The Listening Project is a community engagement initiative that chronicles the stories, experiences, and history of the people who call this region home.
/WSIU Almanac/ is a new weekday feature that provides an overview of events, happenings, and history of the world around us.
WSIU Public Radio presents "Morning Conversations" each week. Join Host Jennifer Fuller as she interviews dignitaries, local leaders, artists and more...
SIU Reviews is a regular new series on WSIU Radio featuring movie reviews and critiques by Walter Metz & Liz Faber of the SIUC Dept. of Cinema & Photography.
WSIU looks at the fiscal status of Illinois as a new year with a new governor gets underway.
In the Author's Voice is a regular web feature of WSIU Public Radio. WSIU hosts talk with local and national Author's about their works.
Radio Voices is a regular occurring series of original features, essays, and commentaries.
Reading Baseball is a WSIU Radio original series of baseball essays and commentaries by Richard "Pete" Peterson, editor of the St.Louis Baseball Reader.
Southern Illinois Wonders by WSIU Radio and the Illinois Humanities Council. It features humanities-themed programs focusing on the history,…
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