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Tire blowout causes vehicle rollover, injuring teen driver

A teen from Altamont was injured after the truck he was driving blew a tire and rolled over on a Fayette County road.

Suspended Palestine driver charged with possession of synthetic drugs

The Palestine Police Department arrested a male subject as a result of a traffic stop Thursday night, October 19.


Illinois State Police in District 12 worked a crash yesterday that is a little out of their usual fare.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Two truckers injured in construction zone crash

Two truck drivers from Texas were injured in an accident Wednesday after following too closely in a construction zone.

COLES COUNTY: OP case involving teacher could shed light on some of the problems Mattoon schools face

There are definite problems within Illinois school districts…and something that’s happened with a science teacher at Mattoon High School underscores this.

Allegedly mentally-ill teen, formerly of Effingham, charged with killing siblings in Colorado

A teen charged in Effingham County earlier this year with a lower-end felony has now been charged with killing his two young siblings in Colorado.

ISP District 12 makes huge cannabis seizure

An Illinois State Police trooper patrolling Interstate 70 west of Vandalia discovered 62 pounds of cannabis (marijuana) during a traffic stop.

Support for anti-bullying offends Mattoon school

COLES CO. – The situation with the accused school shooter in Mattoon has created a groundswell of support for the boy…and that groundswell has brought out more accusations of bullying within the school system.

Cheernuts: An exercise in how NOT to deny financials when requested

CUMBERLAND CO. – An issue involving questions about how funds for an extracurricular school activity are being spent sparked a response that in a matter of days escalated to hysterics among those responsible for the funds.

DEA agents deny covert communications program — Fourth drug suspect hearing DEA voices through his TV set

CRAWFORD CO.— Authorities are faced with the question as to whether or not a convicted drug felon who says he’s hearing voices coming from his television set has used too many illicit chemicals, is faking it, or really believes what he is saying.

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