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Cliven Bundy, Rancher At Center of Feud With Feds, Condemned for Racist Remarks

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A Nevada rancher who has become a conservative folk hero for resisting the federal government’s attempts to round up his cattle faced sharp criticism Thursday for racist comments published in a New York Times article.

READ THE LEAD: What did the autopsy report say about Tim Dillard?

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A tragic situation in Elizabethtown last summer prompted a lot of finger-pointing, but at least the Hardin County coroner, with the help of a regional pathologist, has put a lot of rumors about it to rest.

NIGHTLY NEWSCAP: Headlines coming at ya in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: the sentencing of Chad Hayes in Lawrence County; and the sentencing of Kelly Arbuckle in the shooting death of Toren Stanley in Carbondale in 2013.

Second autopsy shows bruising on Varughese

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Charles Stegmeyer, the attorney for the family, said the autopsy showed Varughese had a “significant number of bruises on the hands, head and torso.”

HAYES SENTENCED IN DEATH OF YOUNG CYCLIST, LAWRENCE COUNTY

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The man who ran over and killed a 7-year-old boy in downtown Sumner in July of 2011 was sentenced in Lawrence County Circuit Court yesterday…but is still out on bond awaiting an appeal of the sentence.

Nightly NewsCap: Here are your news headlines in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: The sentencing of Randy King in Wayne County over child porn; Marventi D. Palmer has pled not guilty, Jane Moeller’s mail theft case in federal court, and the McLeansboro zoning hearing.

Southern Illinois HIV cases at decade high

In this April 16, 2014 photo, Tony Wyatt, 56, of Murphysboro, Ill., a client representative with Southern Illinois HIV Care Connect, is seen in Murphysboro.

HIV cases in southern Illinois reached the highest number in nearly a decade last year, with more than half the infections from the virus that causes AIDS reported in people 24 years old or younger, public health officials said.

Nightly NewsCap: A day’s worth of headlines for your listening pleasure in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: wreck on Route 1 in Gallatin County sends all involved to area hospitals; a rash of alleged criminal activity in Mt. Carmel has police hopping; and a Jefferson County man is sentenced in federal court over crack cocaine.

CITY OF McLEANSBORO FACES OPPOSITION TO ZONING ORDINANCE

The zoning commission; mayor Dick Dietz in purple in the foreground; seated next to him is the man in charge, Fred Vallowe, and next to him, the one who ran the meeting (and was called "smug" by resident Cathy Little), city attorney Gary Smith

“We’re not here to answer your questions. We’re just here to hear what you have to say.”

JEFFERSON COUNTY MAN SENTENCED TO IN EXCESS OF THIRTEEN YEARS IN FEDERAL PRISON ON CRACK COCAINE CHARGES

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Andre T. Davis, 27, of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, was sentenced to 162 months in prison, to be followed by four years of supervised release, and fined $200.

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