Topics covered include: Ivan Dill of Mt. Carmel finds out that walls don’t give when you bang your head on them repeatedly…but heads do; a township official in Crawford County has been hemmed up on a DUI and meth charges; Illinois State Police work a crash in Saline County; and the e-Edition is up and deliveries are underway for the July-August 2014 edition!! Don’t forget the bloopers…listen past the outro.
Topics covered include: The manhunt that ensued in and around Newton/rural Jasper County yesterday and on into last night; an Albion man is headed to prison after a probation revocation in Edwards County; and the details of the news we received this morning that Lawrence County businessman James Brunson’s fraudulent felony charge, filed against him in 2010, has been dismissed.
Topics covered include: Gaseous situation in Vincennes this morning turns out okay for all involved; Marion and Williamson County are plagued with scam calls; and what Ang did in court today that should send a chill through the public bodies that are holding meetings without agendas…but which may work distinctly to the advantage of the residents of Rocky Branch in Cottage Township.
Topics covered include: John P. Adams being found fit to stand trial for murder in Franklin County; ISP concealed carry rule change thanks to numerous lawsuits over denials; Brandon Smith convicted felon gun sentence case in White County; and a wreck on Illinois Route 1 and I64.
Topics covered include: Arrest of Loogootee, Indiana man made after public helps Vincennes police identify him from tavern surveillance stills; Tim Going resigns his position as math instructor and coach at Fairfield Community High School; and Ridgway’s Catholic church rebuilding after the 2012 Leap Day Tornado.
Topics covered include: Arrest made of one of the Midway Court shooting suspects in Marion; Clay City Knapp Mart drive-off information from Monday; Vincennes, Indiana, authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating a couple wanted for questioning regarding a crime occurring two weekends ago; and a Franklin County logging accident claims the life of a Clay County man.
Topics covered include: Wreck in Lawrenceville south of the tracks at the old Texaco refinery location last night; trike-truck accident in Shawneetown yesterday covered by ISP; and details are provided about the Mimmo’s wreck from Eldorado Monday.
Topics covered include: Reports on a pregnant woman and son beat up in Marion County last week confound readers; “Rest Stop Murder” suspect Terence Doddy apprehended on July 4th; Saline County crim Kyle Day involved in wreck; a one-car rollover and one lost hiker; a woman in Carmi involved in a wreck in White County; whereabouts of missing Wayne County teen being sought; two groups of hikers get lost and found in the Shawnee National Forest; Mimmo’s in Eldorado suffers as a casualty in a one-car wreck; a motorcycle wreck in Shawneetown occurs today; and Pittsburgh area armed robbery suspects caught on a warrant at Casey’s in Lawrenceville.
Topics covered include: Brad Lewis files federal Wrongful Death civil suit in the suicide of his son Jordan; Lil Ricky White is on the hot seat in Richland County; and Terence Doddy is a suspect in two northwestern Illinois murders, effectively ruining camping this weekend.
Topics covered include: Shooting in Marion late last night injures two; details of the wrongful death suit against Richie Minton are revealed; Effingham charges another drug-induced homicide; two wrecks occur in the area: Wayne County, and in the middle of Marion; and PRINT HEADLINES are ready for you so you can get a glimpse of what’s in this issue!