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Corrections opens Murphysboro Re-Entry Center

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MURPHYSBORO -- The Murphysboro Re-Entry Center is officially open and officials hope it will help offenders learn life skills to help them after they get released.

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Charges for Prince's death could be announced Thursday

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CARVER COUNTY, Minn. - Prosecutors in the Minnesota county where Prince died just announced that they're ready to make an announcement in their two-year investigation into the musician's death from an accidental fentanyl overdose.

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IL House approves bill allowing medical marijuana for students

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SPRINGFIELD, Illinois - The Illinois House voted Wednesday to approve a bill that allows infused medical marijuana to be administered to students by parents in elementary and secondary schools.

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Camping World coming to Marion

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WSIL-TV - Camping World Holdings, Inc., the nation's largest network of RV-centric retail locations, today announced expansion plans for the development of three new SuperCenters including one in Marion, IL. Camping World currently owns and operates more than 140 SuperCenters nationwide, with most locations specializing in RV sales and service, retail accessories and its entire portfolio of Good Sam products and services. Plans are underway to expand the company footprint with ...

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Lawmaker tries to stop porn epidemic Video included

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SPRINGFIELD -- An epidemic growing across the country prompts one Illinois lawmaker to work to put a stop to it.

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Marion High School recognizes students joining U.S. Military Video included

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MARION-- Eight students at Marion High School took a step in what many might call  the right direction; signing up to join the US Military The STC Beau Detrick said, "I just want to educate people on the commitment that these young men in this case- have made a commitment to serve their country serve their community and stand up for the call of their nation."  

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School officials examine new security technology Video included

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MARION -- With school security in the spotlight, local officials are looking at new technology to keep their campuses safe.

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SCOTUS decision on sales tax could affect local businesses Video included

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CARBONDALE -- The United States Supreme Court will decide this week, whether to allow states to tax all online sales. Local communities say online sales are to blame for a significant drop in sales tax revenue, and now fear it could make business even harder for small sellers.

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House fire in Herrin Video included

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HERRIN - Firefighters are on the scene of a structure fire on W. Madison St. in Herrin. We are on the scene of this breaking news story and will be updating this as more information is available.

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Bump stock company shutting down

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The company that invented and manufactures bump stocks is shutting down. Slide Fire solutions announcing this week it will stop selling the firearm devices.

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Jefferson County could join movement to create sanctuaries for gun owners

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WSIL -- Effingham County declares itself a sanctuary for gun owners. Now, counties in Southern Illinois could make the same declaration, including Jefferson County.

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NTSB investigates deadly emergency landing, victim identified Video included

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PHILADELPHIA - A Southwest Airlines jet apparently blew an engine at about 30,000 feet and got hit by shrapnel that smashed a window and damaged the fuselage Tuesday, killing a passenger and injuring seven others.

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Barbara Bush dead at 92 Video included

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HOUSTON - A family spokesperson for the Bush family says former first lady Barbara Bush has passed away at the age of 92. 

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Happy hours could shorten your life according to study Video included

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WSIL-TV -  An international team of researchers says they found having just one alcoholic drink a day might be enough to shorten your life expectancy.

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Thieves targeting hospital parking garage Video included

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CARBONDALE -- Thieves appear to be targeting vehicles parked at a local hospital. 

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SIU grad student shows how Illinois can help solve water crisis Video included

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CARBONDALE -- The lack of clean water poses a problem for many, but a new report from SIU says Illinois is in a prime position to help.

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SIU professor creates Cub Scout badge Video included

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CARBONDALE -- SIU math professor Wesley Calvert wasn't a Cub Scout growing up, but his kids are.

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SIU students, staff plant trees for Arbor Day Video included

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CARBONDALE -- The SIU campus will be a little greener thanks to some students and staff.

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Harvard-Bound on a full-ride scholarship Video included

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WEST FRANKFORT--  For many students at Frankfort Community High School, April is a stressful time of the year because that's when students are waiting for their college acceptance letters.

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Athletic trainer reportedly involved in inappropriate relations with Massac County student

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MASSAC CO. - An athletic trainer who was on assignment at the Massac County High School is no longer working at the school after allegations that the woman was involved in inappropriate relations with the high school. 

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Tax day- if you haven't filed your taxes; you might want to think about filing an extension.

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MARION-- The Internal Revenue Service reports having already received more than 105 million tax returns. If you're not one of those millions-- than 

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Starbucks to close 8,000 locations for racial-bias training

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PHILADELPHIA -- Starbucks says it plans on closing more than 8,000 stores across the U.S. on the afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial-bias education for employees. This comes after video surfaced showing several police talking quietly with two black men seated at a table. After a few minutes, officers handcuff the men and lead them outside as other customers say they weren't doing anything wrong; Philadelphia-area media reported the two had been waiting for a friend. Thi...

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Dunn, BOT weigh in on SIU System future

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WSIL -- There's been a lot of debate in recent weeks about new efforts to split the SIU-C and SIU-E campuses. 

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Community searching for solutions at Shawnee Community College

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ULLIN -- The controversy continues at Shawnee Community College between school leaders and some of the faculty members.

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This year, tax deadline is April 17th Video included

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WASHINGTON - The deadline to file your taxes or file for a six-month extension is almost here. Instead of the usual April 15th, it's Tuesday, April 17th, 2018. 

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SIC training powersports technicians for the latest technology Video included

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HARRISBURG -- The technology in today's powersports equipment has taken great leaps in recent years creating the need for technicians to stay at the top of their game. 

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Farmers concerned over wet and cold weather Video included

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FRANKLIN CO. -- Farmers across the state are hoping for a change in the weather. The recent cold and rain is keeping them from getting in their fields. 

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Domino's Pizza to deliver to outdoor "Hot Spots" Video included

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NEW YORK -- Domino's, which has been bringing pizzas to doorsteps for more than half a century, will now deliver to the great outdoors.

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Harry Anderson of Night Court dead at 65

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ASHEVILLE, N.C - Harry Anderson, the actor best known for playing an off-the-wall judge working the night shift of a Manhattan court room in the television comedy series "Night Court," has died at the age of 65.

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Caffeine good for heart health? Study says yes. Video included

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WSIL-TV - Caffeine affects your nervous system, but could it be *good* for your heart?

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Drop It and Drive program aims to cut down distracted driving Video included

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JACKSON COUNTY - A new program in Illinois is hoping to provide law enforcement officers with the resources to catch distracted drivers, specifically those driving while on the phone. 

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The Equal Rights Amendment: Why has it taken this long to ratify? Video included

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SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Senate finally signs off on the Equal Rights Amendment, a vote nearly three dozen other states took in the 1970s.

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Walker's Bluff winery hinges on a crucial vote this week by an Illinois House Committe

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CARTERVILLE--  Walker's Bluff is hoping to bring some big changes to the winery -- and to southern Illinois. The owners want to build a casino as part of their proposed resort-expansion. But to do so Emily Burke of Walkers Bluff says, they need a green light on the gaming license from the Illinois House Executive Committee.  Burke said, "This is in addition to two hotels indoor or outdoor water park— a concert venue which is substantial. We've already s...

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Groups hold "Welcoming the Stranger" discussion with local Immigrants

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CARBONDALE -- Different faith leaders met with a group in Carbondale for a discussion called "Welcoming the Stranger."

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Longbranch Café and Bakery celebrates 20th anniversary

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CARBONDALE -- Folks gathered to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Longbranch Café and Bakery. 

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Thousands turn out for exotic pet expo in Mt. Vernon Video included

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MT. VERNON -- Parrots, snakes, iguanas and other exotic animals were for sale to good homes this weekend in Mt. Vernon at an exotic pets expo. 

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Lawmakers react to potential override of Gun Licensing Bill Video included

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WSIL -- Almost a month after Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed the Gun Dealer Licensing Act, the bill sponsor said he plans to file an override. News Three talked with three local Representatives that say, if the override comes up in the House, they won't support it. 

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DeSoto residents building community garden Video included

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DeSoto -- Groups in DeSoto are working to bring a community garden to life.  

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Veteran firefighters train next generation

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JACKSON COUNTY -- Nearly 20 new firefighters from local departments learned the fundamentals of safety on the job. 

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Plane crash survivors show gratitude to Jackson County first responders

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JACKSON COUNTY -- Bob Stracke and Wes Kasbaum crashed their plane south of Murphyboro last August. Eight months later, they're thanking those involved in their rescue. 

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FFA students help clean up tornado debris Video included

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SALINE CO. -- FFA students from Benton and Sesser-Valier high schools got out to help the community Friday. Students worked to clean up debris from the recent tornadoes. 

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Local doctor and double lung transplant recipient shares his story

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HERRIN -- A Southern Illinois lung transplant survivor and doctor shares his story.

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Man arrested for Perry County beating, bonds out

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PERRY CO. -- A fight on a back road has the Perry County community of Swanwick afraid to speak. It's been nearly a week since a Nashville man was assaulted on the Swanwick-Rice Road. Door after door, News 3 tried to speak to people in the town about the man accused in the case:  Allen Joseph Fisher, 51, known as AJ Fisher to those in town. 

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Murphysboro sues Union Pacific over land dispute

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MURPHYSBORO -- After months of fighting between Murphysboro and Union Pacific Railroad over some land on North 23rd Street, the city has filed a lawsuit against the company.

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Lawmaker proposes splitting up the SIU system

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SPRINGFIELD -- After Thursday's vote against a plan to shift more money from SIUC to SIUE, a state lawmaker with ties to Edwardsville wants to split the two campuses.

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Holocaust Remembrance Day

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CARBONDALE-- A recent survey reveals the Holocaust could be fading from American's memory, especially in millennials. That's why it's important to observe Holocaust Remembrance Day. 

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Perry Co. man arrested for causing disfigurement

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SWANWICK -- Perry County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a man for aggravated battery causing disfigurement and disabling injuries. 

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Veterans Honor Flight taking off again Video included

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MARION -- The third Veterans Honor Flight of Southern Illinois will take off from Veterans Memorial Airport in Marion on Tuesday, April 24.  

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Mt. Vernon's 7th annual 'Job Search Party'

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MT. VERNON -- Southern Illinoisan job seekers gathered for the 7th annual Job Search Party in Mt. Vernon.

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SIU board rejects $5.1 million funding shift

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CARBONDALE -- A plan to shift some state funding from SIU Carbondale to SIU Edwardsville has been scrapped, at least for now.

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Mason Ramsey yodels his way from local Walmart to national stages

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HARRISBURG -- Viral sensation Mason Ramsey held a concert at his hometown Walmart one day after appearing on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show.’

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Congressional candidate talks opioids, other big issues Video included

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WSIL -- 12th district Congressional Candidate made a swing through our region Wednesday. 

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Local school districts get new state funding Video included

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WSIL -- This week public school districts will get $350-million dollars from the Illinois State Comptroller. The neediest school districts in the state get money first. 

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Bookworm Bookstore closing in May

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CARBONDALE -- Owners of the Bookworm Bookstore in Carbondale plan to close up shop next month.

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Local leaders, students come out against SIU funding shift

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CARBONDALE -- The SIU board of trustees considers a plan to shift money from the Carbondale campus to Edwardsville.

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Boy Scouts will allows girls to join the pack

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HARRISBURG-- After more than 100 years, the Boys Scouts organization will allow girls to join. Girls can now sign up for the cub scouts In Harrisburg.  

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Carbondale police investigating home invasion

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JACKSON CO. -- Carbondale police are looking for a man after a home invasion.

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Changes are coming to McDonalds

Changes are coming to McDonald's

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CARBONDALE-- Drivers in Carbondale could see some relief from traffic jams around Walmart on Main Street. 

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Marion businesses to hold charity yard sale

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MARION -- Businesses in Marion are coming together to hold a charity yard sale Saturday.

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Attorney General's office investigating former candidates campaign Video included

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JACKSON CO. -- SIU student Anthony Barbato decided to run for Jackson Court Board to work toward lowering taxes. Although he didn't win, in the campaign process, he ended up costing Jackson County taxpayers thousands.  County Clerk Larry Reinhardt says it appears Barbato went door to door at the SIU dorm rooms, asking for support, registering people to vote, and signing them up for absentee ballots.  "There were almost 500 registration and absentee ballot requests tur...

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'Meet & Teach' nonprofit serves youth globally

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CARBONDALE -- An SIU Ph.D. student is using his nonprofit to serve the youth, both oversees in South Africa and throughout Illinois.

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Marion city leaders and rescue teams working to fix feral cat problem

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MARION -- City leaders are working on a plan with rescue groups in hopes of resolving a problem with stray cats.

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The second week of April marks Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.

The second week of April marks Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Video included

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JONESBORO-- It's a time to honor those people you may hear, but never see working to make sure your 911 call is handled correctly.  Mike Dammerman,

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Orthodox Christians around the world celebrate Easter

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CHICAGO -- Millions of Orthodox Christians around the globe celebrated Easter on Sunday.

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Marion Police replacing K-9 after losing dog to brain tumor

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MARION -- Marion Police plan to add a new member to their K-9 unit, after recently losing one their beloved K-9s, Shaya.

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Chamber of Commerce opposes funds transfer proposal Video included

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CARBONDALE -- The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce joins several lawmakers in voicing opposition to a funds transfer proposal by the SIU Board of Trustees. 

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Successful first "pay what you can" day Video included

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HERRIN -- Newman and Company opened Monday with the goal of raising as much money as possible to help someone in Southern Illinois.

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Perry County fight potentially blinds man Video included

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PERRY CO.-- What looks like a long stretch of back road is a now the scene of a crime that landed one man in a St. Louis hospital. It all happened Saturday afternoon on the Swanwick-Rice Road, just west of the small Perry County community of Swanwick. 

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Culver's breaks ground in Carbondale Video included

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CARBONDALE -- Crews broke ground where the new Culver's will be located in Carbondale. 

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School raises money to stay open Video included

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CARBONDALE -- Puka School hopes doubling its fundraising efforts will help keep it open.

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One group hit the streets, in kickoff child abuse prevention month.

One group hit the streets, in kickoff child abuse prevention month.

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ANNA-- People from all ages gathered at Anna Jonesboro Community High School to bring awareness to child abuse and neglect; their determination marching them down the street.  Signs in their hands reading — End Child Abuse— and Be A Voice For Chang--  advocates hoping this march on Monday will help do just that.  Many of them wearing blue they say, as a symbol of a happy childhood all kids need to have.  Event directors say it... More>>

Fire damages home in Jonesboro

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JONESBORO -- A fire at a home in Jonesboro this morning left significant damage.  

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Day of fun raises money for CASA Video included

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MARION  -- Thousands of dollars were raised for a good cause Saturday.

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Train derailment closes Highway 148

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FRANKLIN CO. -- Highway 148 in Ziegler is closed due to a minor train derailment.  

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Herrin restaurant will donate every dollar made on Monday

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HERRIN -- A popular restaurant in Herrin announced they'll be open every Monday for the rest of April to raise money for local charities. 

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Centerstone previews film for suicide awareness

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CARBONDALE -- Centerstone CEO John Markley partenred with filmmaker Kevin Hines to aide those who might be contemplating suicide. 

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Green Dawgs Day

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CARBONDALE -- Those in Carbondale got a free day of outdoor fun today, thanks to a student grant.  Katy O'Keefe wrote the green fund grant to create "Green Dawgs Day." A day to celebrate and participate in outdoor recreation at touch of nature -- free of charge.  Students and community members joined together at the environmental center-- for some this was a day for facing fears. "At Touch of Nature we say expand your comfort zone and get into your stre...

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Firefighters receive unique training

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JACKSON COUNTY -- Over a dozen area firefighters from local departments learned how to respond to accidents on the farm.  The Illinois Fire Institute provided agriculture rescue training at the SIU Sustainable farms.  First responders learned about the latest farming equipment and what to do if that equipment were to rollover.  It was training they hope gives the community peace of mind.  The group spent several hours going over techniques but say they hope ... More>>

"The Big Event"

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JACKSON COUNTY -- As SIU is a major part of the southern Illinois community-- the University prompts students to give back in what is called "The Big Event." 

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Paducah shooting suspects names, one arrested

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PADUCAH-- Authorities have released the names of the men accused in a deadly shooting in Paducah Thursday morning. 

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Two longest-serving Saline Co. clerk's office employees say they were fired without warning or reason Video included

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SALINE COUNTY -- Dozens of employees and concerned citizens packed into the Saline County Courthouse Friday morning to show support for two former employees of the county clerk’s office who say they were fired yesterday without warning or reason.

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Special Olympics kicks off 50th year

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MAKANDA -- 50 years for the Special Olympics. The organization kicked off the milestone at Touch of Nature Friday, the place where one of its founding members worked for decades.

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Suspect leads police on 10-hour manhunt Video included

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BENTON -- Police pursued an armed man into the woods just west of the Benton City Park. That search would continue through the night until the man was arrested.

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Bost goes to work at News 3, talks big issues Video included

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WSIL -- Congressman Mike Bost has spent the past two weeks back home in Illinois' 12th District. During that time Bost has done a series of "Take Your Congressman to Work" events. 

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Hundreds come out to Bowl-N-Bop

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CARBONDALE -- The annual Bowl-N-Bop has been going on for at least 25 years and organizers said they had plenty of fun putting it together.

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Rauner preaches unity after heated primary

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MAKANDA -- Gov. Bruce Rauner (R-Illinois) says he's working to bring the Republican party together, just weeks after he narrowly won a heated primary.

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Poshard Foundation kicks off National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Poshard Foundation kicks off National Child Abuse Prevention Month

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CARTERVILLE-- April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Poshard Foundation for

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Herrin Hospital expands some of its departments

Herrin Hospital expands some of its departments

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HERRIN-- Herrin Hospital expanded their endoscope unit. It's just part of the upgrades to the hospital that has more than 900 employees.  

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Manhunt suspect had slew of drugs, ammunition

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BENTON -- Police have arrested Philip R. Joshu. He was taken into custody just after 8 a.m. Friday. 

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Carbondale police investigate overnight shooting

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CARBONDALE -- Police in Carbondale are investigating an overnight shooting. It happened around 2 a.m. on Thursday (April 5).   

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SIUC Physics Department joins Thomas School on STEAM night

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CARBONDALE -- Thomas School held a STEAM night, encouraging children to get involved with science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.

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Jefferson County Sheriff reaches deal to house out-of-state inmates Video included

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JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Out-of-state inmates will soon be housed in the Jefferson County Jail following a new agreement with a county in Indiana.

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Flamm Orchards prepares for freezing temperatures

Flamm Orchards prepares for freezing temperatures Video included

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COBDEN-- We are preparing for a very cold weekend -- with temperatures expected to dip well below freezing. 

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Illinois village bans assault weapons Video included

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A village in Illinois is taking a drastic step to curb violence-- it's banning some semi-automatic firearms.

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Safety improvements coming to southern Illinois railroad crossings Video included

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WSIL-TV — Several railroad crossings in the area will soon be getting some much-needed safety improvements costing millions of dollars.

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Marion Toyota selling a car for $1 Video included

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You've seen car dealerships advertise low prices, but what about a car for $1?

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How to find out if your information may have been shared with Cambridge Analytica

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Facebook is making sweeping privacy updates following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and starting next week, you can find out if your data was shared with the embattled data firm.

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Eating pasta may help you lose weight according to study

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WSIL-TV - Can pasta actually help you lose weight? A new study suggests it can. 

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1 dead after shooting in Paducah

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PADUCAH, KY -- Investigators say one person is dead and another is in the hospital after a shooting.   

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Use Your Toys-R-Us gift card at Bed Bath and Beyond

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WSIL-TV - Toys-R-Us is closing, so if you have an unused gift card, but don't want any toys, you are in luck. Bed Bath and Beyond is partnering with card cash to allow customers to trade their Toys-R-Us gift cards for a reduced Bed Bath and Beyond e-gift card. The rate of exchange changes, but as of this writing, a person with a $20 Toys-R-Us gift card could $12.84 on an e-gift card for Bed Bath and Beyond. If this is something you want to take advantage of, you better hurry, the o...

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April 3, 2018 Storm Pictures

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WSIL-TV - Severe weather moved through southern Illinois late in the afternoon.  High wind and a possible tornado caused damage in Carterville, Energy, Johnston City and in parts of rural Williamson and Saline Counties.  Below are just a few of the images of the damage from the April 3rd storm. 

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Stella Artois recalls beer that could contain glass

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WSIL-TV - Stella Artois is voluntarily recalling select packages containing 11.2-ounce bottles of Stella Artois beer because it may contain particles of glass. 

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An important month-long campaign begins -- to bring awareness to Child Abuse.

An important month-long campaign begins -- to bring awareness to Child Abuse.

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CARTERVILLE--   You may have noticed blue cut-outs of children dotting the landscape. Caritas Family Solutions has started its annual blue ribbon campaign. It's in support of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Jessica Hutton, from Caritas, says-- 

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UNSUNG HERO: Case Manager Bryan Heine praised for his work Video included

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WSIL -- In this Week's Unsung Hero, leaders at Shawnee Health Care-Carterville Family Practice are praising one of their case managers for going above and beyond his duties.

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ISP investigating crash

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JOHNSON CO., -- One person died in a crash just outside of Vienna.

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The Beach Boys to headline HerrinFesta Italiana

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HERRIN -- The annual HerrinFesta Italiana returns May 22. The lineup this year includes country music, classic rock and heavy metal.  

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Hit and miss snow impacts our region

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SALINE CO. -- Some areas of Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky saw snow impacts, while others just miles away only saw flurries. Dave Davis shows us those impacts. 

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  • Professional wrestling great Bruno Sammartino dies at 82

    Professional wrestling great Bruno Sammartino dies at 82

    Thursday, April 19 2018 12:34 AM EDT2018-04-19 04:34:58 GMT
    (Andrew Russell/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review via AP, File). FILE - In this March 27, 2013, file photo, Bruno Sammartino sits in front of pictures, panitings and trophies highlighting his storied career as a wrestler and weightlifter, at his home in his No...(Andrew Russell/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review via AP, File). FILE - In this March 27, 2013, file photo, Bruno Sammartino sits in front of pictures, panitings and trophies highlighting his storied career as a wrestler and weightlifter, at his home in his No...
    Professional wrestling Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino dies at 82. Sammartino was one of the biggest wrestling stars of the 1960s and 1970s and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013.
    Professional wrestling Hall of Famer Bruno Sammartino dies at 82. Sammartino was one of the biggest wrestling stars of the 1960s and 1970s and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013.
  • Tips on keeping pets safe on Pet ID Week

    Tips on keeping pets safe on Pet ID Week

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 9:29 AM EDT2018-04-18 13:29:33 GMT

    MT. VERNON -- April 15 through 21 is Pet ID Week. There are plenty of ways to keep your pets protected from getting lost.   

    MT. VERNON -- April 15 through 21 is Pet ID Week. There are plenty of ways to keep your pets protected from getting lost.   

  • Two local women write children's book around postpartum depression

    Two local women write children's book around postpartum depression

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 8:50 AM EDT2018-04-18 12:50:53 GMT

    WSIL -- A new book is meant to shed light on the common symptoms and feelings associated with postpartum depression through a children's story 

    WSIL -- A new book is meant to shed light on the common symptoms and feelings associated with postpartum depression through a children's story 

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  • Trump leaves open possibility of bailing on meeting with Kim

    Trump leaves open possibility of bailing on meeting with Kim

    Thursday, April 19 2018 5:05 AM EDT2018-04-19 09:05:33 GMT
    (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky). Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at Trump's private Mar-a-Lago club, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in Palm Beach, Fla.(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky). Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, left, listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at Trump's private Mar-a-Lago club, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in Palm Beach, Fla.
    President Donald Trump is leaving himself plenty of wiggle room when it comes to a summit with North Korea's leader, saying he will bail out of the meeting if he decides it won't produce results.
    President Donald Trump is leaving himself plenty of wiggle room when it comes to a summit with North Korea's leader, saying he will bail out of the meeting if he decides it won't produce results.
  • Calif. governor says deal reached on National Guard mission

    Calif. governor says deal reached on National Guard mission

    Thursday, April 19 2018 5:05 AM EDT2018-04-19 09:05:18 GMT
    (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File). FILE - In this June 21, 2006 file photo, members of the California National Guard work next to the U.S.-Mexico border fence near the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego. President Donald Trump slammed California Gov. Jer...(AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File). FILE - In this June 21, 2006 file photo, members of the California National Guard work next to the U.S.-Mexico border fence near the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego. President Donald Trump slammed California Gov. Jer...
    Gov. Jerry Brown says he has reached agreement with the Trump administration to deploy up to 400 California National Guard troops to the border and elsewhere.
    Gov. Jerry Brown says he has reached agreement with the Trump administration to deploy up to 400 California National Guard troops to the border and elsewhere.
  • Trade issues expose the limits of Trump-Abe 'bromance'

    Trade issues expose the limits of Trump-Abe 'bromance'

    Thursday, April 19 2018 5:05 AM EDT2018-04-19 09:05:12 GMT
    Trump rejects Abe's efforts to win a pass on tariffs for Japan and persuade US to rejoin TPP trade deal, showing the limits of their 'bromance'.
    Trump rejects Abe's efforts to win a pass on tariffs for Japan and persuade US to rejoin TPP trade deal, showing the limits of their 'bromance'.

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