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Entire camper stolen at New Haven river site

The theft and subsequent sale of stolen property has taken a toll on many in southern Illinois, and now, entire riverside campsites have been added to the list.

Facebook fight leads to real fight in Crossville Thursday

Sometimes social networking is good for nothing but stirring contentions….even between relatives.

CARMI: Crazy driver holds knife to own throat after leading cops on high-speed pursuit

An incident this morning got an Indiana man taken into custody after a high-speed chase out of Carmi toward Grayville, among other bizarre antics displayed by the guy.

Man injured in oilfield explosion dies

The man who was severely burned in an oilfield accident this week has died of his injuries.


CROSSVILLE, Ill. – An employee for a local oilfield service was severely injured in an explosion this afternoon east of Crossville. White County Sheriff Doug Maier said that the incident occurred at 12:49 this afternoon, Tuesday, November 14, 2017. That was when a call came in to White County Dispatch advising of the explosion, and […]

One arrest to report in Carmi; happening Monday evening

After a rowdy weekend in Carmi, officers had a very low-key Monday to start off the week…and that involved only one arrest.


Bottom line: Be kind to your city police officers there in Carmi. They go through a lot, and this four-day report proves it.

Traffic stops in Carmi: One DUI, one local warrant, one Hamilton County warrant

Carmi police handled an early-morning DUI and two warrant arrests one upon traffic stops between Wednesday and early this morning, according to police reports issued by Police Chief Jason Carter.

Carmi traffic stop leads to arrest of Enfield woman

A woman from Enfield was spotted by a sharp-eyed cop in Carmi yesterday, driving when she allegedly wasn’t supposed to.

Embattled agency steps in it AGAIN

WHITE/CLAY COs.–A Springerton woman who, along with her husband, are foster care parents in Illinois’ Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) system, has been doing battle with that system and its flawed policies. The ordeal that Ellen Smith and her husband Mark, have gone through only recently, has already been litigated in court proceedings […]

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