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Carbondale tree and plant sale moves to new location

The fall sale of native trees and plants, held by Green Earth and Keep Carbondale Beautiful, will be at a new location on October 5.

Pritzker requests federal disaster declaration in wake of historic Spring floods

Counties included in the Public Assistance (PA) request: Adams; Alexander; Bureau; Calhoun; Carroll; Cass; Fulton; Greene; Hancock; Henderson; Henry; Jackson; Jersey; Knox; LaSalle; Lee; Madison; Mercer; Monroe; Morgan; Peoria; Pike; Randolph; Rock Island; Schuyler; Scott; St. Clair; Stephenson; Tazewell; Union; Whiteside; and Winnebago counties.

Not exactly a shocker: Carbondale PD looking for Chicago suspect in most recent shooting

There’s been another shooting in Carbondale, and the only thing shocking about this one is that authorities are actually saying who it is they’re looking for.

NWS says TORRENTIAL RAINS are headed our way

Thanks to Tropical Storm Barry – the second formed hurricane of the 2019 season, downgraded upon landfall in the Gulf – we’re about to get swamped with what the National Weather Service is calling “torrential rains.”

Murphysboro man sentenced to 14 years FBOP for meth offense

At sentencing, the judge found that he was responsible for the distribution of more than 1.4 kilograms of ice (methamphetamine with a purity level of at least 80 percent).

Jackson County man gets five years federal time for gun charge

Billy Jack Reed, 24 of Murphysboro, was sentenced today to 60 months in federal prison on a federal firearm violation.

Body found in Carbondale dumpster identified

Authorities have identified the individual who was found in a Carbondale dumpster last week, but fail to indicate that it was a dumpster she was found in.

CARBONDALE: Body found in dumpster, residents report

Residents on West Mill Street in Carbondale this morning reported that a body was found in a dumpster in recent days, and authorities are investigating the situation.

Two Jackson County men indicted on federal drug charges

Jonathan R. Moore, aka “J-Mo,” 33, of Carbondale, and Elijah S. Lacy, aka “E,” 34, of Murphysboro, were indicted in a three-count indictment.

Today is the 94th anniversary of the worst tornado on record

Today, March 18, 2019. marks the 94th anniversary of the worst tornadic disaster in recorded history.

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