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Learn to stand up paddleboard in Carbondale

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CARBONDALE – The City of Carbondale, Carbondale Park District and SIU Student Recreation Center are teaming up to bring a stand up paddleboard class to Cedar Lake.

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Mt. Vernon makes changes to marijuana and liquor rules Video included

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MT. VERNON (WSIL) -- Mt. Vernon officials are preparing for new marijuana businesses.

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Alexander County road closures

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ALEXANDER COUNTY (WSIL) -- Water is still covering many roadways, but some alternative routes are off limits to drivers.

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Red Cross offers assistance to East Cape Girardeau residents Video included

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EAST CAPE GIRARDEAU (WSIL) -- In a village of nearly 400 people, 25 families have already lost their homes in East Cape Girardeau.

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Vince Neil of Mötley Crüe added to the Illinois State Fair grandstand lineup

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SPRINGFIELD (WSIL) – Vince Neil will take to the Illinois Lottery Grandstand Stage on Friday, August 9th.

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Millions of gallons of water lost during water main breaks Video included

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BENTON (WSIL) -- Water department workers spent more than 30 hours over the weekend repairing broken water mains.  

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Country concert scheduled for July 21 at Rent One Park

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(WSIL) -- A new country act has been scheduled to play at Rent One Park to benefit veterans. Montgomery Gentry, and Elvie Shane will perform in concert July 21, 2019.

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Police asking for help to find vandals

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Carterville Police are asking people who live in the area around Cannon Park to take a look at footage from their security cameras or video doorbells.

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Illinois residents impacted by flooding encouraged to report damage

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(WSIL) -- Governor JB Pritzker wants you to report flood damage as soon as possible to help receive federal disaster funding. 

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Salvation Army accepting donations for flood victims

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(WSIL) -- The Salvation Army is accepting financial donations to support those affected by flooding in southern Illinois and southeast Missouri. 

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The Latest: Toxic bacteria keep Mississippi beaches closed

Flooding in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Flooding in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Beaches along the Mississippi Gulf Coast remain closed because of toxic bacteria detected before Barry blew ashore.

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Drying out is days away Video included

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(WSIL) -- The remnants of Tropical Storm Barry will continue to influence our local weather through Tuesday.

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WSIL to broadcast high school football, basketball championship games Video included

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- WSIL is the new television home for all Illinois high school football and basketball championship games starting this fall.

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Ohio River at Cairo below flood stage for first time since February

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CAIRO (WSIL) -- For the first time since February 8, the Ohio River at Cairo is not in flood stage.  

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Miller City Road heavily damaged by floodwaters Video included

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ALEXANDER COUNTY -- The receding Mississippi River is revealing heavy damage to parts of Miller City Road in Alexander County. 

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Group holds prayer rally and walk in support of asylum seekers Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- An evening of prayer and protest, with demonstrators pleading for better treatment of immigrants.

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Experts offer safety tips ahead of flood cleanup Video included

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ULLIN (WSIL) -- Health officials are urging flood victims and volunteers to use caution as clean-up begins.  

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WWE is coming to Cape Girardeau

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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (WSIL) -- WWE fans can slam into some fun at the SummerSlam HeatWave tour. 

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ISP investigating tractor vs. semi crash

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PERRY COUNTY (WSIL) -- On Saturday, a semi truck and a tractor crashed on State Route 154.  

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McClure residents plan for cleanup

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ALEXANDER COUNTY (WSIL) -- Folks in McClure have been battling flooding for months, but many residents told News Three they are beginning to feel hopeful. 

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Sen. Tammy Duckworth addresses issues at town hall Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth hosted a town hall at SIU Carbondale Friday night, in partnership with the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. 

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Immigration protesters rally outside Pulaski County Detention Center

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ULLIN (WSIL) -- A nationwide protest over the treatment of immigrants in America includes a rally in southern Illinois.

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Hope Over Heroin hosts 5K in Benton

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The organization Hope Over Heroin is hosting it’s first 5K fundraiser on Saturday.  

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Free help to expectant mothers, women with infants Video included

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HARRISBURG (WSIL) -- Free help for expectant mothers, or those with infants. 

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National archery tournament returns to Mermet Video included

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BELKNAP (WSIL) -- Kids from age 8 to 18 are participating in the Scholastic 3-D Archery National Tournament at Mermet Lake State Conservation Area.

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Businesses cash in on Confederate Railroad concert Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- More than 1,000 tickets have been sold ahead of Confederate Railroad's concert in Marion September 5. 

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Moon landing exhibit celebrates 50th anniversary Video included

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COBDEN (WSIL) -- Many consider the moon landing on the most monumental moments in American history. 

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Paducah Police swear in honorary officer

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PADUCAH, Ky. (WSIL) --  Ariel Barton was sworn in Wednesday with a special oath. 

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DeSoto woman sentenced to 20 years for hiring man to kill husband

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JACKSON CO. (WSIL) -- A DeSoto woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for hiring someone to kill her husband. 

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Illinois unemployment system up and running again after computer glitch

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(WSIL) -- Illinoisans can once again file for unemployment benefits after a computer glitch caused issues earlier this week.

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Labor Secretary Acosta resigns amid Epstein deal scrutiny

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump says Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is stepping down following criticism of his handling of a plea deal with a wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein, who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.

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Lock and Dam 52 set to be demolished by next year Video included

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BROOKPORT (WSIL) -- A system to help boats and barges travel the Ohio River in Brookport is set to be demolished.  

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R. Kelly arrested in Chicago on child pornography, obstruction charges

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CHICAGO (WSIL) -- Singer R. Kelly was arrested in Chicago Thursday night on charges including child pornography and obstruction of justice, officials said.

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Local auto dealer helps in flood relief efforts

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(WSIL) -- One local business is doing its part in the flood fight. 

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Free Tetanus shots for flood victims, volunteers

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(WSIL) -- The Southern Seven Health Department will be giving away Tetanus shots to flood victims and volunteers this weekend.

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Mechanics rescue kitten that was stuck in car frame for hours

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A 9-week-old kitten survived a 30-mile (48-kilometer) trip trapped in the frame of a car.

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College receives copy of destroyed records from illegal meeting Video included

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- John A. Logan College claims it deleted a recording of a board meeting that should have been made public, but the Attorney General's office has given them a copy.

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State leaders tour Southern Seven Health Department Video included

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ULLIN (WSIL) -- Leaders at Southern Seven Health Department in Ullin had a big job Thursday.

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Missouri governor signs law pushing back school start date

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Some Missouri school children could get an extra week out of school in August next year.

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Disney releases first R-rated film in 6 years

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(WSIL) -- Disney is releasing its first R-rated movie in 6 years Thursday with Stuber.

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Charming Charlie to close all of its 261 stores

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(WSIL) -- Fashion retailer Charming Charlie has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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Gov. Pritzker comments on Confederate Railroad controversy Video included

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(WSIL) -- For the first time since the band was pulled from the Du Quoin State Fair Grandstand lineup, Governor J.B. Pritzker commented on the controversy surrounding Confederate Railroad.

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President abandons citizenship question on 2020 Census Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- President Donald Trump won't be able to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 but that doesn't mean he's happy about it.

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Horseshoe Lake assessing damage after flood waters recede Video included

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AlLEXANDER COUNTY (WSIL) -- Horseshoe Lake is still dealing with flooding, but a falling river is starting to reveal the damage done by the high waters.

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Trump abandons effort to put citizenship question on census

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General William Barr says the federal government is abandoning its efforts to inquire about citizenship status on the census due to logistics, not legality.

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Lady Antebellum, Chris Janson concert canceled

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MARION (WSIL) -- A big concert scheduled for Rent One Park is no longer happening. 

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Flood damage in Miller City Video included

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MILLER CITY (WSIL) -- Flooding has caused major damage in Miller City.

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More airlines propose flights out of Veterans Airport

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MARION (WSIL) -- Cape Air is one of five airlines proposing new flights out of Veterans Airport in Marion.

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Warm but less humid into the weekend

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WSIL - Less humid air is moving into the region.  Friday morning lows will be in the 60s for the first time this month.  ...

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1 person dies after truck vs. motorcycle crash

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WILLIAMSON CO. (WSIL) -- One person has died after a crash in Williamson County involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle.

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Paducah man charged with murdering ex-wife

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PADUCAH, Ky. (WSIL) -- The McCracken County Sheriff's Office says a Paducah man shot and killed his ex-wife.

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Future Of Agriculture: Ask The Analysts returns to SIUC Video included

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WSIL -- A free event geared towards farmers and those working in the agriculture industry is coming back to SIUC. 

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Missing Metropolis man found

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METROPOLIS (WSIL) -- Metropolis Police have found James Wheeler II.

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The Latest: Tropical Storm Barry forms in the Gulf

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Tropical Storm Barry has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and forecasters say it could become a hurricane as it threatens Louisiana's coast.

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Still time to register for 17th annual "Clothes for SI Kids" Youth Golf Day Video included

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HARRISBURG (WSIL) -- The Fowler Bonan Foundation is gearing up for its 17th annual "Clothes for SI Kids" Youth Golf Day. 

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Crews respond to traffic accident on Stotlar Road

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WILLIAMSON CO. (WSIL) -- Emergency crews are on scene of a traffic accident on Stotlar Road.

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Database error delays Illinois unemployment checks

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - State officials say thousands of Illinoisans will have delayed unemployment checks this week due to computer problems.

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Pet's of the Week: July 11, 2018

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WSIL -- If you're looking for a furry new friend we have several dogs and cats in this addition of Pet's of the Week.

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International baseball classic is a home run for businesses Video included

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MT. VERNON (WSIL) -- Many businesses in Mt. Vernon and surrounding towns will be greeting more customers the next several days thanks to some boys of summer.

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Official: Lightning caused Jim Beam bourbon warehouse fire

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VERSAILLES, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet says lightning sparked the fire at a Jim Beam warehouse that caused bourbon to leak into creeks and rivers. 

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McLeansboro names new police chief

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MCLEANSBORO (WSIL) -- McLeansboro has a new top protector. John Nathan Taylor was named the new police chief.

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Dogs need your help to escape euthanasia

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METROPOLIS (WSIL) -- Dogs at the Metropolis Pound urgently need your help.

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Marion man reflects on Thai cave rescue one year later

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MARION (WSIL) -- Wednesday marks one year since rescue teams saved a boys soccer team from a cave in Thailand.

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Paducah's bomb squad gets new gear Video included

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PADUCAH, Ky. (WSIL) -- The Paducah Police Department's bomb squad bought $117,000 worth of new gear, thanks to a grant from the state's department of homeland security. 
 

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Why does the humidity make it feel so much warmer? Video included

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HERRIN (WSIL) -- A high humidity level means there’s a lot of moisture in the air, and it affects humans differently than other types of life.

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Business helps flood effort in Alexander County Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- Over the past few weeks, the family who runs Thai D in Marion has served more than food.

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Repairs being made to state parks, beginning in Pope County Video included

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POPE COUNTY (WSIL) -- State parks in southern Illinois are seeing much needed improvements after emergency or additional funding from the state. 

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Two arrested after shots fired in Harrisburg

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HARRISBURG (WSIL) -- Two Harrisburg men are in custody, after reports of shots fired.  

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Multiple agencies respond to crash on I-57 in Alexander Co.

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CAIRO (WSIL) -- Law enforcement officials confirm there has been a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 57 in Alexander County.

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Nearly 300 jobs up for grabs at hiring event

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(WSIL) -- HireLevel says about 300 jobs will be up for grabs.

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The Latest: New Orleans mayor declares emergency Video included

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell says the city's Treme neighborhood got 8.4 inches of rain in three hours, and more nasty weather is on the way.

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USDA extends deadline for spring-seeded crop

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WASHINGTON D.C. (WSIL) -- Farmers in 12 states have until July 22 to report spring-seeded crops to the USDA's Farm Service Agency, county offices and crop insurance agents.

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Stormy evening expected

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WSIL - An approaching cold front will interact with very humid air in place and kick off thunderstorms through the afternoon and into the evening.  Isolated strong storms could produce damaging wind gusts.   ...

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Red Cross issues emergency need for blood donations

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(WSIL) -- The agency says blood donations are being distributed to hospitals quicker than new donations can come in, and it now has less than a three day supply of most blood types.

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Multiple crews respond to house fire in Murphysboro

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MURPHYSBORO (WSIL) -- Emergency responders from several departments are on the scene of a house fire in Murphysboro. 

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Kentucky State police ask for help finding sex offender

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MAYFIELD, KY (WSIL) -- Kentucky State Police are trying to track down a non-compliant sex offender who was last known to be in the Paducah area.

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Hamburger, hot dog buns recalled over potential plastic

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(WSIL) -- Hamburger and hot dog buns sold at major retailers such as Walmart, Dollar General, Target and Sam's Club are being recalled because they may contain small pieces of hard plastic.

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Confederate Railroad to perform at Black Diamond Harley-Davidson

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MARION (WSIL) -- Black Diamond Harley-Davidson announced Wednesday morning that Confederate Railroad will play at its dealership on Thursday, September, 5.

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Heat Advisory issued Wednesday as highest heat index so far this summer expected

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Heat Advisories have been posted and will run 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday. 

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More donations needed for flood victims Video included

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MCCLURE (WSIL) -- The flood fight continues in Alexander County. 

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Bost to introduce 'Betsy Ross Flag' resolution

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WSIL) -- U.S. Representative Mike Bost, R-Murphysboro, announced on July 9 that he will introduce a resolution in Congress later this week recognizing the historic, cultural, and political significance of the 13-star "Betsy Ross Flag."

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Williamson County commissioner pushes for new auditor Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- A Williamson County commissioner is again calling for a new auditor to help with the county's finances.

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County wants to transfer Whiteash sewer service to Pittsburg

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MARION (WSIL) -- Williamson County commissioners are in talks to transfer sewer service for the former village of Whiteash.

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Earthquake preparedness in light of California quakes Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Unlike tornadoes and some other natural disasters, earthquakes hit suddenly and without a warning. 

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Bryant clashes with Pritzker over Confederate Railroad Video included

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DU QUOIN (WSIL) -- State leaders had a heated exchange over the removal of Confederate Railroad from the Du Quoin State Fair.

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Deputies: Suspect gives away hiding spot by passing gas

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LIBERTY, Mo. (WSIL) — Law enforcement in Liberty, Missouri were able to sniff out a suspect, after he passed gas.

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Sheriff: Toddler dies after left in car for hours in Indiana

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) -- A sheriff says a child has died after being left in a car for several hours on the campus of the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville. 

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Family of couple killed in I-24 crash speaks out Video included

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(WSIL) -- For the first time, News 3 is hearing from the family of a Nebraska couple killed in a crash near Metropolis. 

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"Salute to America" cost at least $1.2 million

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(CNN Newsource) -- President Trump's "Salute to America" celebration cost at least $1.2 million.

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Missouri report warns of earthquake insurance collapse

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A new report says Missouri faces a possible earthquake insurance marketplace collapse and massive economic losses if a powerful quake hits the New Madrid fault line anytime soon.

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Most attackers made threats before incident, report finds

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WASHINGTON (AP) - A report by the U.S. Secret Service says one-third of the attackers who terrorized schools, houses of worship or businesses nationwide last year had a history of serious domestic violence.

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Illinois transgender inmate in legal battle over abuse freed

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CHICAGO (AP) - A transgender woman who has battled the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) over alleged abuse while she was incarcerated has been released from prison.

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Last chance for SIU Summer Camps

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WSIL -- Southern Illinois University's summer camps are nearing an end, but there's still time to sign your child up. 

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Federal court: Trump can't ban critics from Twitter account

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NEW YORK (AP) - The Justice Department says it is exploring possible next steps after a federal appeals court ruled President Donald Trump can't ban critics from his Twitter account.

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Route 3 reopens at Jackson/Randolph County line

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JACKSON CO. (WSIL) -- Route 3 at the Jackson/Randolph County line is back open after being closed for 68 days due to flooding.  

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Missouri law targets drivers who hit workers, first responders

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(WSIL) -- Missouri drivers can now lose their license if they hit a worker in an emergency or work zone. 

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Lake Egypt Water District issues boil order

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(WSIL) -- Lake Egypt Water District has issued a boil water order for several of its customers.

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Marion Fire Department warns residents of phone scam

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MARION (WSIL) -- The fire department says someone claiming to be the "Illinois Fire Alliance" is calling residents soliciting money for local firefighters.

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Judge nixes rule requiring drug prices in TV ads

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(CNN) -- You won't be seeing prices on commercials for medication. A federal judge has nixed a new rule that was supposed to kick in Tuesday.

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Sen. Duckworth town hall scheduled for Friday

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth is paying a visit to southern Illinois.

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Illinois State Police investigating death in Johnson County

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JOHNSON CO. (WSIL) -- Illinois State Police are investigating a death in Johnson County.

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Confederate Railroad speaks out about cancellation

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(WSIL) -- Confederate Railroad is speaking out about being removed from the Du Quoin State Fair.

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Rend Lake College offers ladies-only concealed carry class

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INA (WSIL) -- Rend Lake College is holding a ladies-only two-day concealed carry course.

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Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot dies at age 89

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DALLAS (AP) - H. Ross Perot, the colorful, self-made Texas billionaire who twice ran for president, has died.

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What is the heat index? Why is it used?

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- The heat index, also known as the apparent temperature, is what the temperature feels like to the human body when relative humidity is combined with the air temperature.

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Tondini honored for service to community Video included

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WILLIAMSON CO. (WSIL) -- A longtime Williamson County public official received a very special honor Monday. 

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Planning a backup amidst amusement ride company fallout Video included

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(WSIL) -- More festivals and fairs are speaking out about the disappointment one amusement ride company out of Indiana is causing.

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Four states come together to grow the region Video included

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BALLARD COUNTY, Ky. (WSIL) -- Leaders from four states including Illinois are coming together to form a new community development organization, in an effort to help the region grow.

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Fines increase for minor traffic violations

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(WSIL) -- It's not just hands-free driving that those behind the wheel need to be conscious about, Illinois also raised the ticket fees for several minor traffic violations.  

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Williamson County working on tax incentive zone for new businesses Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- Elected officials from several towns in Williamson County are putting together a plan to offer incentives for anyone wishing to bring their business to the area.

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Seismograph in Carbondale picks up California earthquake Video included

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(WSIL) -- The 7.1 magnitude earthquake that hit southern California last week was so strong that it was picked up on equipment at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

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One lane closed on I-57 NB in Williamson County

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY (WSIL) -- Illinois State Police tells News 3 that traffic is down to one lane on I-57 Northbound near mile marker 56.

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Williamson County Fair working to book Confederate Railroad Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- Despite being removed from the Du Quoin State Fair lineup last week, Confederate Railroad could still perform in southern Illinois soon.

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What did Epstein's famous friends know and see?

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Jeffrey Epstein has hobnobbed with some of the world's most powerful people during his jet-setting life.

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Victims speak out after Jeffrey Epstein charged

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NEW YORK (AP) - Some of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers say they're encouraged he's been charged with sex trafficking.

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Floodgate updates in Alexander, Union counties Video included

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(WSIL) -- Some floodgates have opened and more are set to do the same in the coming days. 

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Toy Story 4 toy being recalled

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(WSIL) -- A plush toy based on the newest character in Toy Story 4 is being recalled.

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U.S. Rep. Mike Bost to host tele-town hall

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(WSIL) -- Congressman Mike Bost will host a tele-town hall Tuesday.

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Two rescued from vehicle stuck in floodwater

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EAST CAPE GIRARDEAU (WSIL) -- The Cape Girardeau Fire Department helped rescue two people after their vehicle was caught in floodwaters on Route 146 near the Bill Emerson Bridge.

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Kentucky State Police seeking non-compliant sex offender

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(WSIL) -- Police say Eddie J. Jones, 52, was last known to be in Paducah but has failed to verify his address since early 2019.

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IDOT hopes to reopen Route 3 at Cora Tuesday

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JACKSON CO. (WSIL) -- Route 3 at Cora could reopen Tuesday after being shut down due to flooding.

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Free smoke alarms available in Zeigler

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ZEIGLER (WSIL) -- Families in Zeigler can get up to three free smoke alarms installed by professional firefighters.

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Road closure planned for Route 13 in Marion

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MARION (WSIL) -- Marion city leaders say Route 13 (West Deyoung St.) will be closed at the railroad crossing near the Route 37 intersection.

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All 21 Mississippi beaches close due to toxic algae bloom

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BILOXI, MS (ABC) -- All 21 of Mississippi's beaches have been shuttered for swimming due to the presence of toxic algae.  

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