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“Bad Santa” sentenced for stealing packages from U.S. Mail

Cody J. Alexander, 26, of Coffeen, Illinois, was sentenced to federal prison for Theft of United States Mail

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.

Madigan urges gov to restore state hate crimes commission

So if you do nothing else today, call Rauner and tell him DON’T DO THIS….there are plenty of OTHER things in this state that need his attention: 217-782-0244

North Carolina teen who decapitated mother here illegally from Honduras

Disclosure opted to follow through on the Fuñes case when seeing repeated posts on social networking proclaiming falsely that the boy was in the country legally.

National Weather Service categorizes last Tuesday’s tornadoes across southern Illinois

The National Weather Service has released information about the tornadoes and storms that struck the area a week ago (Tuesday night, February 28).

Madigan files Amicus brief in Supreme Court transgender rights case

As sickened as we are about this nonsense, here’s Lisa Madigan’s latest attempt at appeasing a tiny, TINY fraction of a segment of society, while the rest of us putter on, unable to meet Obamacare payments, being taxed to death under first Quinn then Rauner, and inexplicably paying for illegals to live and breed among us.

ISP arrest Springfield police officer for official misconduct, battery

ISP was requested by the Springfield Police Department to investigate a report of an altercation between an on-duty SPD Officer and a 19-year-old male from Springfield.

ISP: Vendor Fraud through Illinois Medicaid charged, two convicted

Illinois State Police officials announce the felony convictions of two women, one from Chicago, one from Decatur.

LITIGANTS SOUGHT

Disclosure is collecting information about certain situations in southern Illinois involving violation of due process and other unconstitutional practices.

ISP officers raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois

Illinois State Police (ISP) officials from Zone 5 Investigations presented a check for $2,000 Friday (February 3) to Special Olympics Illinois at the Law Enforcement Torch Run Kickoff Conference in Bloomington.

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