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CLARK, MARION COs: Three traffic crashes send folks to area hospitals

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS.— Marion and Clark County authorities responded to three traffic crashed Sunday, two of which involved semis on snow-covered roadways.

Clark County crash sends Casey woman to hospital; juvenile driver cited

Two drivers from Casey collided on a county road Friday afternoon, sending the elder of the two to a regional hospital and the younger a citation.

Overcorrection by truck-tractor leads to single-vehicle accident

An overcorrection issue with a trucker from California sent two to a regional hospital early this morning, Saturday, January 20.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ISSUED BY ILLINOIS AUTHORITIES

The entire readership area is under a winter storm warning, according to Illinois State Police, who have submitted a winter weather advisory.

ISP Districts report December activity and enforcement

The various State Police Districts around Illinois have released their year-end overall stats, and now it’s time for the December 2017 stats.

ISP District 12 announces November enforcement activity

Troopers in District 12, which includes Clark, Clay, Crawford, Cumberland, Effingham, Fayette, Jasper, Lawrence, Marion, and Richland counties, answered 195 calls for service and initiated 1,773 incidents in the field.

Bad driving responsible for car-v-semi incident in Clark County

A two-vehicle collision yesterday between out-of-state drivers resulted in a citation for one and hospitalization for his passengers.

Rolling Thunder brightens up Veterans Day for many in the region

Southern Illinois is fortunate to have this caring and capable group, and we look forward to more reports of their inspiring activities in the area.

AAU Girls Basketball Coach Barry Wolfe charged with 42 more Felony Counts of Sexual Abuse

The accused AAU girls basketball coach, Barry Wolfe, from Martinsville, Illinois, has been charged a second time, with what appears to be a second victim.

Threats of school violence addressed

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS – Between September 20 and October 25 – right after the beginning of the school year – three schools in Disclosure’s coverage area suffered some form of the latest school trend: Violence or a threat thereof.

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