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CARBONDALE MAYOR ANNOUNCES NO BID FOR OFFICE IN NEXT ELECTION

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Carbondale’s mayor has formally announced that he won’t be seeking the job in 2015.

CRIMINAL DEFACEMENT OF SCHOOL PROPERTY SUBJECT OF POLICE PRESS RELEASE

Marion Police Department has issued the following press release outlining weekend defacement of school property in the district there.

LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION UNDERAGE COMPLIANCE REPORT

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In September 2014, the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (ILCC) conducted compliance checks around the state and visited 325 businesses licensed to sell liquor

ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATE SCHIMPF APPEARING AT PATRIOT GATHERING

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Paul Schimpf, a contender against Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, will be at an event in Carlinville

Nightly NewsCap: A late night, a busy cap, and all in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Chicago man caught on the threats targeting SIUC dating back to 2012; Phillip Sandusky, 39, of Carmi, hemmed up on repeat offenses of traffic violations; and Isaiah D. Tapia of Albion facing drug and traffic citations….AGAIN.

Illinois teacher salaries are third-highest in the nation, report says

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Illinois teachers have the third-highest salaries in the country when the wages are adjusted for cost of living, according to a new WalletHub report.

Man Accused Of Trading Stolen $160,000 Diamond For $20 Of Weed

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A former UPS employee in Arizona is accused of stealing a package containing a $160,000 diamond and trading it for $20 worth of weed.

It’s easy to bend Illinois unemployment numbers to create rosy picture

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Measuring the state economy with Illinois unemployment rate – a glass half empty view.

Incest Should Be Legal, Experts Argue

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From the “our society is going straight to hell” department….

Nightly NewsCap: News headlines from today & the weekend in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Saturday’s motorcycle wreck in Hamilton County; a wreck north of Flora injures a Louisville woman; and Roman Moore, accused of armed robbery in Marion, has Josh Bradley as his attorney.

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