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Nightly NewsCap: A VERY busy newsday, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Marion police are investigating school vandalism; a big hay arson took place in Raleigh; Carbondale’s mayor has announced he’s not running for office in 2015; and a Marion police vehicle is involved in a wreck.

CARBONDALE MAYOR ANNOUNCES NO BID FOR OFFICE IN NEXT ELECTION

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Carbondale’s mayor has formally announced that he won’t be seeking the job in 2015.

LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION UNDERAGE COMPLIANCE REPORT

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In September 2014, the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (ILCC) conducted compliance checks around the state and visited 325 businesses licensed to sell liquor

Nightly NewsCap: A late night, a busy cap, and all in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Chicago man caught on the threats targeting SIUC dating back to 2012; Phillip Sandusky, 39, of Carmi, hemmed up on repeat offenses of traffic violations; and Isaiah D. Tapia of Albion facing drug and traffic citations….AGAIN.

SIRIS: Resurgence of vinyl in the digital age

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A group of teenagers, three girls, one boy, anxiously approaches the cash register with piles of records in their arms trying not to drop them. The two girls in the front place a stack on the counter for the clerk to ring up.

CHICAGO MAN CHARGED, ARRESTED FOR MAKING BOMB & VIOLENCE THREATS AGAINST SIU-C

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Derrick Dawon Burns, 21, of Chicago, Illinois, was charged in a previously-sealed criminal complaint on September 25, 2014, with eight federal charges stemming from a series of bomb and violence threats directed toward SIUC, students, faculty and staff on October 10, 2012, Oct. 15, 2012, December 6, 2012, and Oct. 1, 2013.

SEVEN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS RESIDENTS PLEAD GUILTY TO DRUG OFFENSES

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Seven Southern Illinois residents have plead guilty to drug offenses in federal court in Benton, Illinois, Stephen R. Wigginton, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, announced today.

Nightly NewsCap: News from around Disclosuria for your listening pleasure! AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Tamara Williams, accused of murdering Barbara Beers, has been found fit to stand trial; feds either accept pleas or lay out sentencing for Johnathan T. Buck, Keithy D. Carter, a/k/a “Darnell K. Carter,” and former Fairfield teacher and coach, Timothy C. Going; body of missing Indiana woman Kristy Kelly, found in her car in a Boonville-area lake; and Kenneth Eugene aka “Kenny” Sims Jr. in Williamson County sentenced on state charges for weapons violations.

ALEXANDER COUNTY MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO FEDERAL FIREARM OFFENSE

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Keithy D. Carter, a/k/a “Darnell K. Carter,” 23, of Tamms, Ill., pled guilty Friday to a one-count indictment charging Possession of a Firearm by a Felon

CARBONDALE RESIDENT PLEADS GUILTY TO CRACK COCAINE CONSPIRACY

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Johnathan T. Buck, a/k/a “Buffalo,” of Carbondale, Illinois, has pled guilty to a one-count indictment charging conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine

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