Our “science guy” Jason Lindsey showed Brianna Clark how to make instant snow with some packing peanuts, a bottle, and a bicycle tire pump.

A balloon that’s haunted or is it just science? Our “science guy,” Jason Lindsey, uses an orange to pop a balloon. Now that’s spooky!

Did you know, you can make a pumpkin float in the air? Our "science guy," Jason Lindsey, shows us how by using a hair dryer. 

Have you ever wanted to walk through a cloud? Our science guy, Jason Lindsey, is doing just that. watch as he's mixing hot water and dry ice to create a "mega cloud." 

Mixing together a few ingredients from around the house can create a rush of bubbles. So much so, it looks like the toothpaste an elephant might use.

Engineering a light bulb with Thomas Capps and Travis the kid scientist from Ballard County Schools during WPSD Local 6 Saturday.

METROPOLIS, IL -- School is now in session, but if you're still needing some supplies, you're in luck.

It's back to school time for your kids! Here are some first day of school pictures from your children in the Local 6 area! You can submit your back to school photos on the WPSD-TV Facebook page! 

You could win a home. You will help a child.The 2019 St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway is underway!Every year, we work with vendors to build and giveaway a home to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. You can now reserve a ticket for a chance to win a brand new, beautiful home! …

Have you ever dropped your can of soda? Most people will tap the top before opening, but our "Science guy" Jason Lindsey says you should do something else.