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Nightly NewsCap: The day’s headlines brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Wreck on Illinois Route 34 at Willow Grove Road in Saline County; and fire takes the life of an Eldorado man last night.

LAST-MINUTE SMEAR CAMPAIGN ON JUSTICE KARMEIER FUNDED BY LAWYERS SEEKING TO MAKE A BUCK

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Ordinarily we here at Disclosure eschew judicial retention.

Informed, engaged voters needed for 2014 Illinois election

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The best political campaigns generally have two components: A good candidate with a strong message, and a solid organization that takes the candidate and the message to the voters, hoping they’ll cast an affirming ballot.

Amazon announces operations in Illinois, could bring Amazonian number of new jobs

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Online retail behemoth Amazon.com is set to open new distribution centers and other facilities in Illinois by 2017.

6 tips for first-time voters

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Were you under the age of 18 last election season? Me too! But don’t worry — you’re in good hands. Below is a checklist of all the things first-time voters like you (and I) need to know before hitting the polls.

Myth or Legend? Top 10 Illinois monster stories

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Whether these stories derive from local legends, folklore, myths or overactive imaginations, you definitely wouldn’t want to stumble upon one of these nightmarish Illinois monsters.

Quinn finally snags first newspaper endorsement, Rauner adds another three to his collection

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Republican Bruce Rauner has three more newspaper endorsements to add to his collection just about a week before the election, while Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn finally snagged his first endorsement of the election cycle.

Illinois September unemployment rate doesn’t tell the whole jobs story

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Long-term workforce decline not evident in Illinois September unemployment data.

ATTORNEY GENERAL MADIGAN REMINDS FAMILIES TO CHECK SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY TO PLAN SAFE TRICK-OR-TREAT ROUTES

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As Halloween approaches, Attorney General Lisa Madigan reminded parents to check the state’s sex offender registry and with their local law enforcement agency before determining trick-or-treat routes for their children.

Nightly NewsCap: A busy weekend makes for a busy Monday, in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Fatal crash in Hardin County early Saturday morning claims the life of a Cave-in-Rock young man; former Alto Pass pastor Bill Vandergraph sentenced to 51 years in Department of Human Services custody; Honeywell’s uranium hexafluoride leak frightens Massac County residents; Williamson County residents Michael A. Boyt, Sr., and Matthew S. Beers, plead guilty in federal court to meth conspiracy; Jonathan E. Merydith of Union County also hemmed up in federal court.

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