How to use the nutrition facts label to make healthier food choices
Do you know how to read the Nutrition Facts Label on packaged foods and beverages? Here's a quick overview of how find calories, serving size, and nutrients information to make healthful choices when comparing foods in the grocery store.
Kathryn Mister, who runs a non-profit animal foster program, is arrested at her O'Fallon home on Dec. 31, 2017 for a dog ownership dispute. Mister said she feels the arrest was forceful and unwarranted.
Workers remove the landmark cross from the former St. Elizabeth's hospital in Belleville. The cross will be given to another ministry or church, as the hospital did with other religious items that were not used at the new hospital in O'Fallon.
Jim Rosborg a retired Belleville superintendent and director of the master’s of education program at McKendree University talks about the Illinois teacher shortage and the need for a diverse workforce.
Ed Hightower was Edwardsville District 7’s first black superintendent in 1996. He said it was a priority for the district to have a staff as diverse as the students. Hightower worked in the position for 19 years before he retired.
Sparta High School senior Jonathan Williams talks about the need for diverse teachers and the opportunities his school is offering for students to experience teaching. The metro-east has 5 times as many black students as black teachers.
Tom Yenne, the owner of Huddle Bar & Grill in Caseyville, wants to bring 'good food' and nightlife to the Square in Highland. Last month, Yenne purchased the Highland Chamber of Commerce building, located at 907 Main St. and an adjacent lot.