Log in
Category archives for: Egypt

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

nightcap yellow

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.

LOCALS NABBED IN PAROLE SWEEP

pub_showside

Harrisburg residence awakened this morning to the sight of numerous police officers in the area of Vine Street at approximately 7:30 a.m.

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

Red Wine on Summer Day

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.

MUSIC TEACHER FOUND NOT GUILTY ON SEX ABUSE CHARGES

Jordan McGuire

A former Evansville and Carbondale teacher was found not guilty August 26, during a two day jury trial.

JACK INTERVIEWS COTTAGE GROVE HOMEOWNER, PROTESTER AFTER YESTERDAY’S ARREST

DSC_0075

Glen Kellen gives an exclusive interview with Disclosure’s Publisher, Jack Howser, after being arrested while peacefully protesting Tuesday morning (August 26th, 2014).

CRAYCRAY HARDIN COUNTY TERRORIST FINALLY ARRESTED…and on NEW CHARGES, too

Tina Williams

The continued ordeals that one Hardin County woman has put many county residents through might actually be coming to an end.

COUNTY BOARD DEALING WITH RETIREMENT FUND CRISIS

Danny Gibbs speaking about the looming financial crisis at a Saline County Board meeting.

There’s nothing like the state of Illinois when it comes to allowing a private entity to control public funds.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY WOMAN SENTENCED IN FATHER’S DEATH

Cindy Stearns

A woman who was determined to have been accountable for her elderly father’s murder has been sentenced in Williamson County circuit court.

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

wine, stock

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.

JUSTICE FOR ROCKY BRANCH PROTESTORS PROTESTING HEAVY EQUIPMENT MOVEMENT

10612320_10152662800527188_889208005_o

Justice for Rocky Branch protestors were on hand yesterday and again today at Illinois Route 13 to continue protesting against Peabody Midwest Mining LLC mining in their community.

Featured Links

    Search Archive

    Search by Date
    Search by Category
    Search with Google

    Photo Gallery

    Disclosure News, P.O. Box 52, Calhoun, Illinois 62419
    Phone: (646) 801-6397 • e-mail: disclosurenewsonline@yahoo.com
    Disclosure is published monthly by Disclosure News Inc. in conjunction with the First Amendment right of Freedom of the Press.