If you’ve ever wanted to be out in the thick of it when severe weather strikes, you can become a severe weather spotter. There’s a training class next week in Galesburg, and Knox County Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Simkins (also Galesburg’s fire chief) talks about it with Will Stevenson on Galesburg’s Evening News.
The Galesburg Railroad Days parade steps off in downtown tonight at 6:00pm.
It was apparently two different funnel clouds at almost the same time in different parts of Knox County that caused the Tornado Warnings we saw Thursday afternoon.
Rep. Cheri Bustos doesn’t support the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy for those who cross the Mexican border illegally, which have led to over 2,000 children being separated from their parents.
Throwback Thursdays have returned to the Galesburg Orpheum Theatre – with a twist.