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SOCIAL NETWORKING TRASH TALK STRIKES FLORA POLICE

The man has a good sense of humor, besides being one of Flora's multitude of decent officers, a rarity in this day and age.

Social networking can really be a bane to certain people at times.

FACEBOOK = SORT OF SAFE, TWITTER…NOT SO MUCH; HARDIN HARPY AT IT THERE

Just when you thought it was safe to socially network again, comes a new threat…this one, to the Twittersphere.

MOUTHY HARDIN HARPY HAS FACEBOOK PAGE PULLED; CHARGED WITH THREATENING A PUBLIC OFFICIAL

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The inevitable has finally happened.

Nightly NewsCap: News roundup from the weekend and today, in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: Another prison guard attack in Vienna; Disclosure leads the way in helping report the West Frankfort Marching Moron who allegedly stole a dress then posed for selfies wearing it and put it on her Facebook page; the Southern Illinoisan pisses off a lot of people giving too much credit to Carbondale police; and report of the crash in Clay County today with debris all over U.S. 50.

THE MARCHERS ARE TAKING OVER…THIS ONE, FROM WEST FRANKFORT

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What happens when a dumb, bleached-blonde 20-something dingdong goes shopping in West Frankfort and allegedly helps herself to a five-finger discount?

Nightly NewsCap: LOTS of headlines and a few BLOOPERS in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Three-car wreck details from yesterday’s Texas City area of U.S. 45 in Saline County; Christine Burr pleads guilty in Effingham County in the death of Joseph Delaney 2011; the Pennsylvania crew that showed up in Lawrenceville with a warrant for two of the crew; Todd Fort gets a Facebook page; and Hamilton County drunk driver Delong pleads guilty in White County this morning.

HEY TODD FORT, YOU’RE OFF PROBATION; WHAT’S THE FIRST THING YOU’RE GONNA DO?

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“I’m gonna open a Facebook page!!”

Twitter Weather Updates More Valuable Than Facebook Announcements

The National Hurricane Center said only about 16 percent of its Facebook fans are seeing its updates.  Reuters/NOAA National Hurricane Center/Handout

Two weeks into hurricane season, the National Hurricane Center has a message for Facebook users looking for critical storm updates: You might be better off on Twitter.

Nightly NewsCap: News to finish up your night in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Eldorado couple enters guilty pleas in federal court, Benton, to accusations that they lied on a bankruptcy; Marion man is involved in a car crash after a high-speed chase through Carrier Mills that, like the one last Fall, ended badly for him; and the contest continues: listen to Tuesday’s NewsCap for Lyndi’s word of the day, and follow the links to see how YOU can win a year’s access to the e-Edition!

Nightly NewsCap: It’s THURSDAY, so you know what THAT means….Ang in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Armed robbery in Marion, shot fired, no one injured; teacher at Jerseyville high school charged by the feds for “false threat”; Michael Reyes is sent off to DOC on the February sex assault conviction; and vendors are resupplied and Facebook is still limiting our post appearances.

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