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CAIRO: Watts sentenced to life in prison for double murder during bank robbery

James Nathaniel Watts, 32, of Cairo, Illinois, was sentenced today in United States District Court in Benton to life in prison without the possibility of release.

Minor to major flooding issues continue in southern Illinois

There are some flood warnings coming up for our rivers in southern Illinois that will be impacting many riverside communities in the readership area including in Hardin and Pope counties.

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR DOWNSTATE ILLINOIS, WITH FLOODING LIKELY

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

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, […]

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).

Cairo man to receive life sentence for double murder during attempted bank robbery

Donald S. Boyce, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, announced today that James Nathaniel Watts, age 32, of Cairo, has pleaded guilty to a federal Superseding Indictment regarding the May 2014 attempted robbery of the First National Bank in Cairo, Illinois.

SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT RETURNED IN CAIRO, ILLINOIS BANK ROBBERY CASE

CAIRO, Ill. – Donald S. Boyce, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, announced today that a superseding indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in Benton, Illinois, in the case regarding the May 2014 attempted robbery of the First National Bank in Cairo, Illinois. A seven count superseding indictment was returned against […]

Shades of five years ago: Bad weather could move in tonight

For those of us who lived through the February 29, 2012 tornado that hit Harrisburg, today’s weather is feeling eerily familiar.

Somebody please tell TWC to stop naming winter storms…

We’re the subject of another “take it easy when driving on icy roads” press release from Illinois State Police District 12 out of Effingham, and they’re referencing another winter storm with a name: Jupiter.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR THE ENTIRE READERSHIP AREA, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

A winter weather advisory and hazardous weather outlook has been issued for our readership area of southern Illinois, as well as other states surrounding.

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