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GOLCONDA SHRIMP FEST 2014!!

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Another annual fest in the southern Illinois area that REALLY has had some action going on (and people coming from far away to be involved in it) is Goldconda’s Shrimp Fest

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2014!!

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Can you believe it’s almost Fall?? This year has flown by…and there’s been plenty of news to report, especially throughout the Summer.

HEAVY RAINS FORECAST FOR THE REGION THIS EVENING

The mess that hit us overnight, now off to the east...but more is to come

Overnight storms dumped nearly two inches of rain on the region, and in some locations, flood watches have been issued…but there’s more to come.

Nightly NewsCap: Headlines coming at ya in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Indiana man falls at Garden of the Gods; multiple sentencings take place in the month of July through early August in Saline County; Nicholas Troy Sheley is sentenced upstate in multiple murders; young teen girl is missing from her home in Mt. Carmel; and Peabody’s guard dogs dog Disclosure when they went to get photos for the current issue, which is on stands tomorrow and Wednesday!!

Nightly NewsCap: It’s THURSDAY…who’s at the mic? Yep, that’s RIGHT!

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Topics covered include: The death of Harrisburg Mayor Ron Crank this morning saddens the city; the family of Pravin Varughese files a civil wrongful death lawsuit in Jackson County Circuit Court earlier today; little girl found after hour-long search in Altamont area of Effingham County; Hardin County gunshot victim is without ambulance tonight, being treated at the scene; and Ang is in court in the morning doing battle in favor of the Open Meetings Act.

Nightly NewsCap: Rounding up the headlines from around the area in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Eight hikers lost in the Shawnee National Forest yesterday were found okay; man sentenced for robbing the SIU credit union in February; and Lawrence County deputy Dennis York is no longer on the public teat.

‘POOR MAN’S POLAR VORTEX’ ABOUT TO BRING COOLER TEMPS

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Who WOULDN’T be a little freaked out about a ‘polar vortex’ in the middle of summer in the Midwest?

FOLLOW UP TO WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN A DEADLY CRASH IN POPE

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Many folks were wondering why we didn’t have much of a followup to the terrible car v semi crash in Pope County that injured the driver and passengers on the evening of Sunday, June 1.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JUNE 2014!

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What’s that? A single-month-named issue? YOU BET. Because it’s summertime…and that means a new edition of Disclosure every THREE WEEKS until October!

Nightly NewsCap: Headlines from the past 24 hours & weekend, in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Man found run over in Pope County, Lawrenceville IGA robbery suspect sought; and multiple federal indictments issued from Carbondale and surrounding areas.

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