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


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.

Nightly NewsCap: Capping off your week with the Friday night headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Williamson County releases information on voter registration; a piece on a wreck in Carmi; and a huge copper theft from Johnson Truck Sales in Norris City.

Nightly NewsCap: It’s ANGELA at the microphone tonight, with news in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: Prescription drug take-back program set to kick off in Saline County this Saturday; and the bomb squad blows up a firecracker in the village of Palestine yesterday, with some locals eyed as suspects

Nightly NewsCap: An active news day in the area, and brought to you in AUDIO


Topics covered include: Last night’s missing person Mikey Boaz’ situation ends in tragedy; an inmate escapes from prison in Vandalia; and Jesse A. McDonald who was found to have over 80 pot plants in his home, and an additional 3 1/2 lbs of finished pot stored…allegedly, of course.

Nightly NewsCap: Capping off your Monday evening with news in AUDIO

A toast to Becky....we love you, Miz Malkovich. RIP; see ya on the beach in that perfect world.

Topics covered include: Devin Hankins, called “Hopkins” by McCracken County, Kentucky, authorities, is part of an alleged prostitution sting in Paducah; the FAA stops construction on new sections of the Edgar County Airport; Robert M. Boaz missing from Williamson County; Fairfield High School goes on lockdown when a ‘threat’ is made via social networking; and our beloved friend Becky Malkovich succumbs today after a heart attack on Saturday.

Nightly NewsCap: Just a single story…but it’s a BIGGUN [AUDIO]

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Lyndi has your news roundup for the evening of Thursday, September 18, 2014 on what’s otherwise a slow news day…except for one big story we’ve been waiting on for over a year now: Three former deputy clerks in the Williamson County circuit clerk’s office have all been charged with Theft and Official Misconduct by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. Enjoy

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


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.

Nightly NewsCap: A light news day, in AUDIO for you!

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Topics covered include: Former Williamson County state’s attorney Chuck Garnati censured by the Attorney Registry and Disciplinary Commission four days after his ‘retirement,’ and the Arkansas man who scammed Edwards County residents and a business makes full restitution after turning himself in and negotiating a plea.

Nightly NewsCap: Rounding up the news from the weekend and today in AUDIO


Topics covered include: Massive manhunt Friday for Tyree Neal, across three counties; wreck Saturday on old Illinois Route 13 in Williamson County sends local man to the hospital; a West Frankfort man in a wreck in Saline County; and meth bust in Bridgeport happens Friday.

Nightly NewsCap: Heckuva day in Disclosuria, and we have it for you in AUDIO


Topics covered include: Jasper County resident Ashley M. Attaway sentenced for her part in federal meth-related charges; former Carterville School District treasurer Todd Ryan Frazier is sentencedin federal court for embezzlement; and the feds also list convictions on Rusty J. Smith out of Cobden and Willie Joe Strayhorn, a/k/a “Jo Jo,” out of Jackson County.

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