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Len Wells, WFIW News Director

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  • Headlines for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

    A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Wednesday morning through late Wednesday night. Rain should to change over to freezing rain, sleet and then snow from the northwest to the southeast late tonight and early Wednesday morning. Snowfall amounts in the Fairfield area are expected to be from 2 – 5 inches. In areas […]

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  • Headlines for Monday, March 2, 2015

    Another winter storm poses the potential for significant snow accumulations Wednesday and Wednesday night.   A strong cold front will sweep across the region Tuesday night. In its wake, temperatures will rapidly plummet below freezing early Wednesday. Moderate to heavy snow is forecast to develop behind the front. The potential for heavy rain is in the […]

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  • Headlines for Sunday, March 1, 2015

    A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the area until noon today.  Forecasters say a combination of snow, freezing rain and rain will continue through the morning hours before ending later this afternoon.  Here at the studios of WFIW/WOKZ about four inches of snow was measured overnight.  The National Weather Service says parts of […]

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  • Headlines for Saturday, February 28, 2015

    A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Wayne County area from 6 this evening until noon Sunday.  Forecasters expect snow to develop by late afternoon and continue into Sunday.  The Winter Weather Advisory runs along and north of a line from Harrisburg to Grayville, IL.  Up to four inches of snow is possible […]

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  • Headlines for Friday, February 27, 2015

    A community pep rally will be held at 4:15 this afternoon at Fairfield Community High School to send the FCHS Mules off to Class 2-A Regional tournament action in Carmi tonight. The FCHS Mules will take on the Harrisburg Bulldogs at 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast live on WFIW FM 104.9 with the […]

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  • Headlines for Thursday, February 26, 2015

    44-year-old Gordon Yarbor of Wayne City has been sentenced to 4 ½ years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to the theft of antiques from a farm north of McLeansboro. He was sentenced Wednesday in Hamilton County Circuit Court in McLeansboro.  Yarbor was arrested in the summer of 2013 after he and a […]

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  • Headlines for Wednesday, February 25, 2015

    The Fairfield City Council has approved the purchase of another pickup truck for the Fairfield City Police Department. The vehicle will replace a 2006 Dodge Charger that has been wrecked five times, is on its third engine and needs a new transmission. Fairfield Aldermen approved the purchase of a used 4-wheel drive ¾ ton pickup […]

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  • Headlines for Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    Wilson County, TN officials report the first-degree murder trial of Bruce D. Mendenhall has been delayed again. Mendenhall, a native of Albion, is awaiting trial for the 2007 slaying of Symantha Winters of Lebanon, TN. In Wilson County Criminal Court Monday, the judge set the case for another status hearing on August 3. Winters’ body […]

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  • Headlines for Monday, February 23, 2015

    Olney Central College is closed today after a fire damaged the second floor of the main building Saturday morning. An electrical panel in a closet caught fire and set a janitor’s cart on fire. The resulting blaze spread smoke throughout the Wattleworth building. Heavy smoke damage was reported throughout the structure. Illinois hospitals will see […]

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  • Headlines for Sunday, February 22, 2015

    Fire Saturday morning caused smoke damage to the main hall at Olney Central College.  Terry Bruce, CEO of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, said an electrical panel caught fire, causing the damage in a closet that contains electrical equipment.  Bruce said the fire was contained to the second floor of Wattleworth Hall.  Because firemen had […]

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