Wednesday Aug 20
Oa Guinn Responds To Dismissal As Carbondale Police Chief
Jody O'Guinn was dismissed as Carbondale Police Chief on Monday. City Manager Kevin Baity says it has nothing to do with any pending investigations or litigation, but O'Guinn refutes those claims, and goes on to say he was asked to resign.
Carbondale fires police chief following death of SIU student, lawsuit
Downstate Carbondale has fired its police chief, who was recently sued by the family of a Southern Illinois University student from Morton Grove who died under mysterious circumstances in February.
Phelps Releases Data On Concealed Carry Permits
One-half of one-percent of Illinoisans has received concealed carry permits since the first one was mailed out in February.
Hundreds Come to Murphysboro School Supply Giveaway
The supply giveaway was held in Longfellow Park. Parents and kids also got to enjoy free hot dogs, and listen to a live music.
Lawsuit says SIU student killed by someone who gave him ride
The mother of a Southern Illinois University student found dead in February alleges in a lawsuit that the 19-year-old was beaten to death by someone who had given him a ride after a party.
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Man injured in Murphysboro home invasion
Police are investigating a Saturday evening home invasion near 20th Street and Shomaker Drive.
Man gets 12 years prison for credit union holdup
A southern Illinois man has been ordered to spend a dozen years in prison for his role in robbing a Carbondale credit union.