The Knox County Coroner has confirmed to WGIL one person was killed in a multi-car accident today on I-74 West. Details about the crash are still limited. As soon as we have more information we will bring that to you. The identity of the person killed is being withheld pending notification of the family.
The Galesburg High School girls basketball team opens their season tonight.
The Galesburg Silver Streaks take on the Raiders from East Peoria High School in their season opener tonight. You can hear the broadcast with the pre-game at 7:06 and the tipoff scheduled for 7:30 on Galesburg Radio 14 WGIL, here on our website wgil.com and TuneInRadio. Tom Meredith and Erik Gibson will bring you all the exciting action.
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This is the first weekend of our Community Food Drive. We’ll accept any non-perishable food items as well as cash donations. Purchase something extra while you do your shopping or bring something from your pantry at home. Every donation helps.
Our first hour guest around 7:15 will be former judge and local historian Harry Bulkeley. We’ll talk about the underground railroad history in Galesburg. Just after 8:00, it’s our ask the expert hour. We’ll be joined by Erin Olson and other staff from the Knox County Health Department. We’ll get the facts on ebola, talk about cold and flu season, immunizations as well as talk about the Health Department’s new extended hours.
WGIL’s “Galesburg Live” will focus today on some the people you’ll be asked to vote for in Tuesday’s General Election.
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Will Stevenson, Tom Meredith, and Jim Lee have talked with candidates for the Knox County Board, Knox County Clerk, and Knox/Henderson/Mercer/Warren Regional Superintendent of Schools.
We’re airing these interviews from 7-9am. Then, listen Tuesday night, November 4, beginning at 7pm for complete election coverage from the WGIL News Team, on WGIL and WGIL.com!