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Nightly NewsCap: WHAT A DAY OF NEWS!!! [AUDIO]

Forget the Pepsi. Just bring me the rum. It's been that kind of day.

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.

CARMI WOMAN AIR LIFTED FOLLOWING HEAD ON CRASH

head on crash stock graphic

A Carmi woman has been transported to an Evansville, Ind. hospital after a single vehicle crash this morning (Sunday, July 6).

Nightly NewsCap: LYNDI RETURNS, just in time for a contest, in AUDIO

Alcoholic Beverages

Topics covered include: Car crash in Johnston City mangles cars but drivers/passenger are all okay; update on Carmi pilot who crash-landed in Monroe, Louisiana yesterday; and the contest for Lyndi’s word for the day is still going on (see bottom of this post for how you can win a YEAR of e-Edition access FREE!)

PILOT RECOVERING FROM YESTERDAY’S LOUISIANA PLANE CRASH

Photo by Louisiana State Police of Ray Martin's airplane yesterday morning, 06.03.14

Friends and relatives of the White County-area pilot who crash-landed in a Monroe, Louisiana, McDonald’s yesterday morning say he’s recovering after some significant injuries he received in the crash.

Nightly NewsCap: A bit of a hodgepodge as Ang takes the cap once again in AUDIO

wine, stock

Topics covered include: Aircraft originally from Carmi goes into a Louisiana McDonald’s parking lot belly up; three-car crash on Illinois Route 13 at Carrier Mills turn; Bone Gap man sent to DOC from Edwards County DUI; James Watts, accused of Cairo bank robbery and deaths, indicted by feds; Shawneetown Coal Days fest running all week; and brush your teeth!

Nightly NewsCap: Walking Dead actor, citizens’ arrest, zoning ordinance and MORE in AUDIO!

From Michael Rooker's (Merle Dixon) Twitter page, posted May 10, 2014

Topics covered include: Michael Rooker’s presence in Muddy, Illinois, stirs up fans of THE WALKING DEAD; city of McLeansboro rescinds their zoning ordinance so that it does not apply to people outside city limits; Edgar County Watchdog John Kraft effects a citizens’ arrest in Clark County; and Tim Going’s charges in Wayne County are filed, with lil Ricky White handling the case, to the dismay of parents.

EMPLOYEES REPORT DAIRY QUEEN ROBBER TRIED THE SAME THING IN CARMI

Surveillance camera image

The major cash theft occurring Thursday night at McLeansboro’s Dairy Queen was not an isolated incident, according to employees.

DANNY COSTON’S HOTSHOT ATTORNEY ARRESTED IN ST. LOUIS ON DWI AFTER CRASH

Mugshot of N. Scott Rosenblum, Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The man who was hired to represent a killer in White County has been arrested and charged with DWI in the state where he operates his law business.

READ THE LEAD: The problems within ISP compound when it comes to one lil guy…

Rick White

Why does the Illinois State Police keep investigator Rick White on the payroll?

WHITE COUNTY MAN INDICTED ON FEDERAL METH CHARGES

Luke Burnett, White County mug

Luke L. Burnett, 30, of Crossville, Illinois, was indicted on April 8, 2014, on methamphetamine related charges in a one count Indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury sitting in Benton

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