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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.

Nightly NewsCap! The day’s headlines coming at ya in AUDIO!!

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Topics covered include: two missing girls from Harrisburg, one located, one still missing; the arrest of a suspect in a murder in Anna; Hamilton County beatdowns; the Clay County highway pig slaughter; and drive-by shooting in Bellmont.

Sexual abuse against teen charged

HAMILTON CO.— A McLeansboro man has been accused of sexually abusing an area teen.

COVER YOUR GARDEN IF YOU CAN…COLD WEATHER MAKES A RETURN

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We’re calling this “what the hell” weather.

BASEBALL BAT FIGHT IN HAMILTON CO.; WARRANTS RETURNED

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More information has been released about the incident involving some young Hamilton County people and a serious beating.

Nightly NewsCap! Local headlines handled in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: Toxicology confusion on Pravin Varughese in Carbondale; meth arrest of a Lawrenceville man in Oblong; baseball bat fight in Hamilton County set to result in arrests; and vending machine thefts in Crawford County have police urging the public to be watchful.

HAMILTON CO. FIGHT INVOLVING A BASEBALL BAT; ONE SENT TO HOSPITAL

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An incident occurred last Friday night (April 4, 2014) in rural Hamilton County, around 1 to 2 a.m., between two individuals who were seen by several people fighting.

Nightly NewsCap: Ang takes the ‘cap and rounds up the headlines, good and bad, in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Our rainy, thundery weather; the BOOM heard and felt in Saline County Wednesday; Chrissy Williams’ SUV removed from storage and transported to insurance company; and the death of David Dooley the elder in head-on collision yesterday.

WHAT ARE ILLINOIS’ LEAST HEALTHY COUNTIES?

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County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute, ranked every county in Illinois from most to least healthy.

REPOST: The informative piece, a year ago today, about the BOOMS in Southern Illinois

U.S. Naval map, post-catastrophic central-America earthquake.

I’ve decided to repost it, for those who may be wondering about booms in their area subsequent to this one we felt.

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