Topics covered include: Fundraiser being held for family of missing Fairfield girl; a West Frankfort tax preparer has been charged with stealing more than $10,000 from her clients; two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon on Illinois 150 in Perry County; and an altercation Thursday at Shawnee Correctional Center has produced conflicting accounts.
One of the big front-page stories we produced two weeks ago for the July Special Edition 2014 issue is that of the developments in the decriminalization effort Illinois is making toward marijuana…specifically, medical marijuana.
Topics covered include: Big drug/criminal activity bust in Wayne County rounds up some of the usual suspects; Illinois Department of Corrections officials are having more overtime problems; Golda Dunn, former Cumberland County circuit clerk, dies this past Friday.
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: 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.
A teen who was last seen by her mother this past Thursday remains missing from Wayne County, and authorities are asking the public for any help they can offer.
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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.
Those who have been following the unfolding saga of ISP investigator Rick White and the stalking claim made by his former supervisor Kelly Henby will be interested in learning what occurred in Richland County circuit court yesterday.
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!
An Alton man has been taken to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries after authorities say he rolled the truck he was driving.