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THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, MAY 2017

Everything except the bare necessities fell by the wayside for the last two issues, but now it looks like we’re back on track.

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR DOWNSTATE ILLINOIS, WITH FLOODING LIKELY

Please use caution this weekend, readers! We need each and every one of you around.

ISP issues details on upcoming patrols in District 19

Illinois State Police in District 19, Carmi, have announced upcoming enforcement patrols for the month of May.

WHITE COUNTY: Local thefts may have been solved thanks to eBay sting in Carmi

An enterprising rural Crossville guy has moved into alleged crim status after a rather brazen effort to sell allegedly stolen items on eBay.

WEATHER ACROSS THE TRI-STATE: More on the way

We’ve been experiencing some lightning (Harrisburg), some hail in some locales (Allendale over in Wabash County), and plenty of cloud cover and some torrential downpours, but we’re going to be getting more storms in the tri-state (Illinois/Indiana/Kentucky) this week, so we figured it was wise to make a weather post, in case you, like us, […]

ISP District 12, 19, issue activity reports for March 2017

The two Illinois State Police Districts we report on regularly – Districts 12 in Effingham and 19 in Carmi – have released their activity reports for the month of March 2017.

The problem with having a twin: Identity issues in Wayne/White

A woman who turned herself in at White County on a Wayne County arrest warrant is blaming her twin for the citation that prompted it.

WEATHER: Southern Illinois at risk for severe thunderstorms

The National Weather Service out of Paducah is alerting folks in southern Illinois to potential weather hazards today and into tomorrow, (Thursday/Friday March 30/31, 2017).

WAYNE COUNTY: Traffic crash on interstate caused by deer

Wayne County hunters had better get on it next deer season, as the venison on the hoof in the area are certainly in abundance and causing crashes.

ISP announce results of Nighttime Enforcement Patrol

This NITE patrol allowed the ISP to focus on preventing, detecting, and taking enforcement action in response to impaired driving and occupant restraint violations, especially between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

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