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Hundreds of employees at the federal prison in Marion are going without pay during the government shutdown. [Read More]
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The new governor of Illinois followed through on a campaign promise to pass tighter gun control laws. [Read More]
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State Sen. Paul Schimpf, (R) Waterloo, says he'll pursue a few constitutional amendments in the new year. [Read More]
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The ex-wife of an inmate who died at the Pinckneyville Correctional Center claims jail staffers are partially to blame. [Read More]
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A public works crew in Herrin paints over obscene graffiti on a home in Herrin. [Read More]
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A murder trial in Saline County has been delayed. [Read More]
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Governor JB Pritzker takes action on a few topics on his first full day as governor. [Read More]
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Illinois' 43rd governor officially takes office. J.B. Pritzker was sworn in Monday in Springfield. [Read More]
David Lawler and Steve Green are both running for one of two Williamson County judge seats. [Read More]
Jackson County murder suspect Gaege Bethune will be back in court next Friday after the special prosecutor filed a motion to revoke his bond. [Read More]
Plenty of arguing and cross-talk Thursday between the four men running for Governor. [Read More]
Voters in Jackson County are registering to vote-by-mail at a much higher pace than recent years. [Read More]
Recycling companies in southern Illinois see their profits drop while the U.S. and China hit each other with tariffs. [Read More]
Attorneys in the trial of a man charged with killing his parents spent most of the second day of the trial dissecting the suspect's seven... [Read More]
Testimony begins in the trial of a man accused of murdering his parents in the home they shared in Murphysboro. [Read More]
Illinois teens are more likely to text behind the wheel than new drivers in other states, and the author of a new report says states... [Read More]
A man facing murder charges in the deaths of his parents will go on trial Tuesday. [Read More]
A law student at Southern Illinois University Carbondale was one of dozens protesting the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court this... [Read More]
Southern Illinois University Carbondale ranks among the Top 500 schools in the nation, according to the Wall Street Journal. [Read More]
Trey Hentis is a senior at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, studying engineering. [Read More]
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