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Nightly NewsCap: Lyndi “caps” off the week with the day’s headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: A boom/non-earthquake/fracking “something” sets off seismometers; Dink Dunn sentenced in Williamson County; Christopher cop’s suicide; and IDNR Mines and Minerals makes an example of an employee.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, APRIL-MAY 2014!

Kim Yost Winningham

The new issue of Disclosure—April-May 2014—is now on stands in all locations, and, as usual, it’s moving fast. Why? Content.

BLUE RIBBONS FLYING FOR LATE POLICE OFFICER FROM CHRISTOPHER

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Sad news to report out of the small Franklin County village of Christopher this week, with the suicide of a local police officer.

MAN SENTENCED IN DEATH OF TREVOR MARTIN, CREAL SPRINGS

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The man convicted of killing young Trevor Martin will be spending the next couple of years in prison.

USGS DOES **NOT** SHOW AN EARTHQUAKE NEAR INA YESTERDAY

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Lots of hoopla all over mainstream media last night and this morning about a small-magnitude earthquake near Ina, Illinois….Problem is, USGS didn’t see it that way.

Nightly NewsCap: Recapping the last 24 hours of news, in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: Candice Brown sentencing in White County yesterday; a protest is held at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale on behalf of Rocky Branch residents in opposition to Peabody coal; and the trial and ultimate guilty verdict in the Solicitation to Commit Murder for Hire case of Roger Young in Saline County.

Guilty verdict rendered in Murder for Hire case following passionate closing arguments

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A trial that began two years to the day of the death of Linda Young ended this afternoon after a jury took only nine minutes to find 63-year-old Roger Young guilty of Solicitation of Murder for Hire.

Defense in Murder for Hire case rests; case goes to jury this afternoon

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In the continuing trial for Roger Young’s alleged attempt to hire a hit man for his wires murder, the defense has now rested, and the jury will be given the case this afternoon, with a verdict likely to be handed down later this afternoon.

Man accused of Murder for Hire to take the stand; “It was the other guy” defense begins

Murder for Hire suspect Roger Young, right,  is shown here with his defense attorney Morgan Scroggins flowing this morning's testimony.

First thing this morning Olsen put the “hit man”, who was actually a state police undercover agent, on the stand.

PEACEFUL PROTEST IN CARBONDALE OVER PEABODY BEING EYEBALLED BY POLICE

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A peaceful protest staged this morning on the campus of Southern Illinois University-Carbondale is currently being eyeballed by campus police, and the report is that police are not taking kindly to the situation.

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