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MOUTHY HARDIN HARPY HAS FACEBOOK PAGE PULLED; CHARGED WITH CYBERBULLYING

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The inevitable has finally happened.

WOMEN GETS 7+ YEARS ON METH CONVICTION

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A Murphysboro woman was sentenced in federal court today (Friday, August 1) after pleading guilty to a methamphetamine charge.

OVERTURNED SCRAP TRUCK CLOSES ROAD FOR NEARLY THREE HOURS

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Shortly after noon today (Friday, August 1) a portion of East Poplar Street, in Harrisburg, was closed off to traffic from Strictly Outdoors to the Rte. 13 bypass for nearly three hours while authorities worked an accident scene.

HARRISBURG MAN GETS 30 YEARS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD

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A Harrisburg man has been sentenced to 30 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to two counts of Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault of a Child

MARION COCAINE PROBLEM ADDRESSED IN CURRENT ISSUE

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Remember Ryan Hughes, whose divorce brought out cocaine allegations all around Marion?

Illinois man accused of putting needles in packaged meat

Meat Labeling Lawsuit

A 68-year-old Illinois man was jailed without bond Thursday after being accused by federal prosecutors of inserting sewing needles into packaged meat “just for the hell of it” at a grocery store in his hometown at least seven times over more than a year.

SALINE COUNTY FOCUSES ON THE POSITIVE, WILL GET RETURN ON THEIR INVESTMENT

Eva Walker, whose unconfirmed return as assistant prosecutor strikes fear into the hearts of sex offending criminals, is shown exiting the courtroom after one of the many cases she successfully prosecuted.

Any good business owner knows that in order to increase revenue, there are times when you have to invest a little bit in the business—goods, services, whatever the case—in order to advance and to get a good return.

Mom Puts Her 4-Year-Old In A Hooters Outfit

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When it comes to “child beautification,” how far is too far?

Nightly NewsCap: Rounding up the headlines from around the area in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Eight hikers lost in the Shawnee National Forest yesterday were found okay; man sentenced for robbing the SIU credit union in February; and Lawrence County deputy Dennis York is no longer on the public teat.

COUNTY DEPUTY RESIGNS TODAY IN OPEN COURT

Dennis York, deputy no more

The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department is now officially one deputy short after being unofficially without the presence of Dennis York for more than a year.

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