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GALLATIN COUNTY: Two sentenced to IDOC in burglary, theft cases

Gallatin County State’s Attorney Doug Dyhrkopp has succeeded in getting two of several individuals tied up in a burglary, theft and drug ring in his county sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Chicago woman smacks Carbondale cop car at intersection

A driver from Chicago was cited yesterday in a two-vehicle crash, one of them a squad car.

It’s FRICKER TIME!

In honor of JT, we present this awesome video, as performed by Joe Jenkins: FRICKER TIME

Williamson County Sheriff announces upcoming Traffic Safety Campaign

Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick would like to announce an upcoming Traffic Safety campaign.

Progress being made in Pravin Varughese murder case

The case of the former Saline County man charged in Jackson with the murder of a Southern Illinois University student cleared another hurdle Monday of this week (November 13, 2017).

WILLIAMSON COUNTY: Former prosecutor dead at age 65

Garnati had held the office of prosecutor in Williamson from 1984 until his resignation, a record 30 years.

Bad time for animals in southern Illinois

Franklin County has proved to be a bad place for critters lately.

CARBONDALE STAPLES ROBBED AT GUNPOINT; POLICE SEEKING SUSPECT IN MUSTANG

Another armed robbery has taken place in the city of Carbondale.

SEX OFFENDER CAUGHT: Man who escaped from traffic stop in Johnson County captured

The man who escaped from authorities after a traffic stop in Johnson County Tuesday has been apprehended.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY: Sheriff Bennie Vick organizing Church Safety Workshop

Here’s a timely bit of information from Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick.

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