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WRECK ON CLAY AND RICHLAND CO. LINE; HWY 50 CLOSED FOR COUPLE HOURS

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department is currently on scene at the Clay and Richland County line due to a serious wreck that has occurred this morning Aug. 26

BREAK-INS AND STOLEN VEHICLES IN THE LAWRENCE COUNTY AREA

A rash of vehicle break-ins and last night, a car theft, have been plaguing Bridgeport and St. Francisville residents.

INFANT DEATH INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY IN WABASH; NO FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED

An infant’s death is currently under investigation in Mt. Carmel (Wabash County), but authorities are advising at this hour that they believe there’s no foul play involved, and that the situation may be a tragic crib death.

Nightly NewsCap: News from around the area the way you like it, in AUDIO

Topics covered include: One in jail, one in the hospital after a baseball bat incident in the city of McLeansboro; an Amber alert for missing children was posted this afternoon; and a popular Olney teen’s suicide stuns the city.

ONE JAILED, ONE HOSPITALIZED AFTER BASEBALL BAT INCIDENT TUESDAY

Authorities have confirmed an incident that occurred Tuesday afternoon in McLeansboro that’s left a local man in the hospital, ostensibly the victim of a baseball bat beating.

Was police chief responsible for ‘kidnapping’?

SALINE CO/ELDORADO— It appears Eldorado Chief of Police Shannon Deuel is responsible for a late-July “kidnapping” incident, which made headlines across the country, and which very well could have turned deadly… all because he put overtime concerns over the safety of the general public.

OP: Dangerous case law set by radical judge in Franklin County

FRANKLIN/WHITE COs.—Dangerous case law may have been set by an irrational and irresponsible judge in a Franklin County Order of Protection case.

Teen gets busted with meth after hitting deer

SALINE CO.— A Galatia/Eldorado teen, depending on what paperwork you look at, is facing a felony drug charge after authorities say she struck a deer and rolled her vehicle.

Questions arise over board members being removed from IMRF without their knowledge

SALINE CO.— In the ever-increasingly confusing discussion over which county officials, present and past, are and are not eligible to participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF), some Saline County board members voiced concerns over noticing deductions for IMRF are no longer being taken out of their checks.

Hardin prosecutor either doesn’t know the law or is continuing a promised vendetta

HARDIN CO.— As Hardin County State’s Attorney Tara Wallace muddles through her first and most believe last term in office, she continues to either misquote or misunderstand the law.

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