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Nightly NewsCap: The news gives us a bit of a break today [AUDIO]

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Topics covered include: Philip Lowery is getting re-tried on child molestation charges in White County; man suspected of being the Marshall bank robber nabbed in Ohio; autopsy results on man found deceased in Flat Rock last week.

CHARGES REFILED IN CARMI SEX ABUSE CASE

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Special prosecutor Mike Valentine has announced he has decided to re-try a Carmi man who is accused of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse involving a four-year-old female.

THE USE AND ABUSE OF ORDERS OF PROTECTION IN ILLINOIS

Yes, that's a judge. Yes, she still looks like that. Yes, looks can be deceiving.

Once again, the specter of Orders of Protection and Stalking/No-Contact Orders has reared its ugly and menacing head in the pages of Disclosure…in particular, on the back page, and disguised as something a lot more appealing than ugly.

Nightly NewsCap: A day’s worth of news headlines, all in AUDIO, and by JACK!

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Topics covered include: Rollover accident this morning in the Westport area of Lawrence County; big parole bust in Harrisburg this morning nets a couple of locals; Illinois State Police warn of upcoming Labor Day holiday patrols looking for the “Big Four” of traffic violations; and Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing our Environment (SAFE) gets ready for the IDNR rules for fracking, which are introduced tomorrow.

ROLLOVER WRECK ON IL ROUTE 33

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Preliminary reports are that there has been a rollover vehicle accident that occurred at approxiamtely 11:05 a.m., in Lawrenceville just two miles north of Westport on Route 33.

Nightly NewsCap: Another busy news day, with your headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Danny Coston’s appeals argument heard in Mt Vernon yesterday; Cindy Stearns gets sentence in the killing of her father in Williamson County; names released in yesterday’s U.S. 50 wreck; Edgar County Watchdogs plugged on Reboot Illinois; sad anniversary of the plane crash that killed Paris pilot Rusty Bogue a year ago today; Tina Williams finally arrested in Hardin County; former Carbondale teacher Jordan McGuire exonerated in Evansville sex trial; and the Olney city council approves siting of a medical marijuana facility after a short meeting this afternoon.

OLNEY CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MEDICAL MARIJUANA FACILITY

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A reconvened meeting was held two days after the last Monday meeting of the month, which was at 4 p.m. today (Aug. 27).

ISP ISSUES INFORMATION ON MAJOR VEHICLE WRECK ON U.S. 50 YESTERDAY

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Illinois State Police have issued their report on the major accident the occurred on U.S. 50 at the Clay and Richland counties line in the late morning hours.

Nightly NewsCap: A major news day in the area, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Semi wreck in Wayne County hospitalizes driver and passenger; a big Rocky Branch protest continues in Saline County and one so far has been arrested; terrible wreck on U.S. 50 at the county line of Richland and Clay ties up traffic for hours; the Mt. Carmel Police Department give a report on recent arrests; and the Olney city council will vote on siting a medical marijuana facility in the vicinity of Walmart DC tomorrow at 4 p.m.

COSTON DOUBLE-MURDER APPEAL IN HANDS OF JUSTICES

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On the second anniversary of the White County double-murder of 17-year-old Jessica M. Evans and 22-year-old Jacob C. Wheeler, appellate justices heard arguments today to reconsider the 2013 conviction against Danny K. Coston, who was ultimately sentenced to 53 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

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