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Two women injured in Carbondale crash

A two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Carbondale sent two area women to hospitals with what Illinois State Police say are incapacitating injuries.

ISP District 19 announces September activity and enforcement stats

Illinois State Police District 19 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, has announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of September.

Fairfield girl crashes into stalled vehicle operated by Olney man in Clay

Clay County Sheriff Andy Myers has issued information on a wreck that occurred last night in north Clay involving two folks, one from Wayne County and one from Richland County who has had misfortune with wrecks when in Clay County.

Another Newton woman loses control of another vehicle in Jasper County

Today has been a bad day for drivers in Jasper County.

Harrisburg woman arrested in Carmi; and the return of Bebout

People from out of the area must be drawn to Carmi for some reason to get caught over an infraction of the law.

White County collects vehicle stolen from Jefferson County

A vehicle recovered after getting mired down in a remote White County road turns out to have been stolen out of Jefferson County, and authorities in both counties are investigating.

Newton woman goes airborne, crashes on Jasper County road

A young Newton woman was injured and sent to Deaconess in Evansville after losing control of her car on a Jasper County road this morning

FLORA: City police report for mid-October 2018

Flora residents are fortunate to have a great police department headed up by a great police chief, John Nicholson.

Chalmers visits Crawford County, makes “True Lies” presentation to kids

CRAWFORD CO., Ill. – Phil Chalmers, one of the nation’s foremost experts on teen violence, teen killers, and mass murderers, presented his school program today at Robinson High School in Crawford County today (Tuesday, October 16). Chalmers has authored several books on the topic, and has been on various television networks such as Discovery ID, A&E, […]

Clark-Edgar Water District postpones vote on Trustee pay increases again…

During last night’s Clark-Edgar Rural Water District Board of Trustees meeting, the agenda item for increasing pay of elected trustees was tabled at least for one more meeting for the stated reason of obtaining another legal opinion on several questions.

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