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Nightly NewsCap: A hectic weekend and busy news day, in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: Stranded Amtrak train makes news (and makes for some uncomfortable passengers) in Carbondale Friday; Amy Chitwood falls at Carmi’s Little Wabash River dam; and texting and driving wreck in White County on Interstate 64.

Nightly NewsCap: The news gives us a bit of a break today [AUDIO]

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Topics covered include: Philip Lowery is getting re-tried on child molestation charges in White County; man suspected of being the Marshall bank robber nabbed in Ohio; autopsy results on man found deceased in Flat Rock last week.

Nightly NewsCap: A day’s worth of news headlines, all in AUDIO, and by JACK!

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Topics covered include: Rollover accident this morning in the Westport area of Lawrence County; big parole bust in Harrisburg this morning nets a couple of locals; Illinois State Police warn of upcoming Labor Day holiday patrols looking for the “Big Four” of traffic violations; and Southern Illinoisans Against Fracturing our Environment (SAFE) gets ready for the IDNR rules for fracking, which are introduced tomorrow.

Nightly NewsCap: Another busy news day, with your headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Danny Coston’s appeals argument heard in Mt Vernon yesterday; Cindy Stearns gets sentence in the killing of her father in Williamson County; names released in yesterday’s U.S. 50 wreck; Edgar County Watchdogs plugged on Reboot Illinois; sad anniversary of the plane crash that killed Paris pilot Rusty Bogue a year ago today; Tina Williams finally arrested in Hardin County; former Carbondale teacher Jordan McGuire exonerated in Evansville sex trial; and the Olney city council approves siting of a medical marijuana facility after a short meeting this afternoon.

Nightly NewsCap: A major news day in the area, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Semi wreck in Wayne County hospitalizes driver and passenger; a big Rocky Branch protest continues in Saline County and one so far has been arrested; terrible wreck on U.S. 50 at the county line of Richland and Clay ties up traffic for hours; the Mt. Carmel Police Department give a report on recent arrests; and the Olney city council will vote on siting a medical marijuana facility in the vicinity of Walmart DC tomorrow at 4 p.m.

Nightly NewsCap: Lyndi covers the past few days’ worth of news in AUDIO


Topics covered include: Post-Ferguson coverage in MAJOR news outlets include Jack and Chris (see links below); naked man in hospital takes Mt. Carmel peeps off-guard; former Carbondale police chief Jody O’Guinn tries to say he doesn’t know why he was fired; Zackery S. Wagner busted in Wabash County; Flat Rock burglary arrest follows discovery of a deceased elderly man in the same home that was burglarized; Samantha J. Plumlee and Heather L. Richey sentenced in federal court on meth conspiracy; and Danny Coston’s attorney will argue in an appeals court hearing tomorrow.

Nightly NewsCap: Another busy news day in Disclosuria in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Body found in the area of the White River in Hazleton; Lisa Madigan puts in an appearance in Marion; Indiana State Route 64 wreck ties up traffic; Jess Risley wrecks on Marion square; ‘suspicious death’ at a residence on Illinois Route 1 in Crawford County yesterday; David Cravens charged in Crawford with sex offense; and Dale Fowler has been installed as new mayor of Harrisburg.

Nightly NewsCap: Yet another VERY busy day around the coverage area, in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Darrell Delong sentenced this morning in Hamilton County DUI case that lead to the deaths of family members; Southern Illinois University-Carbondale roof fire caused a stir this afternoon; rash of vehicle break-ins plaguing Lawrence County, along with a car theft; and a big meth bust in Eldorado nets Joseph S. Robertson.

Nightly NewsCap: Ang takes the comms for an INCREDIBLY BUSY news day, in AUDIO

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Lonnie Mann eludes authorities searching for him for several hours in Gallatin County before being captured this evening; missing women in southwestern Indiana prompt tension and concern in that area; Illinois State Police award four women from Salem who were the ones to find the body of Willow Long last September; and Tyler McQueen’s evidence for appellate court is battered and abused by the U.S. Postal system; and new vendors and advertisers coming, along with restocking of the August-September issue already underway!

Nightly NewsCap: Here’s a roundup of a BUSY weekend and news day, in AUDIO


Former Fairfield mayor/alderman killed in Gibson County, Indiana, wreck; the nearly tragic car crash that landed a man into floodwaters in Hamilton County; a second arrest of former Hardin County chief deputy Bobby Deppen; and this morning’s announcement of the firing of Carbondale’s chief of police.

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