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Second annual Stride 4 Her 3K aims to support survivors of domestic violence

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and a local charity is doing its part to help further the initiative.     

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October 14 Viewer Photos: Full "Hunter's Moon"

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Sunday night, the full "hunter's moon" was shining bright in the night sky. Viewer captured the big bright display and submitted several photos. 

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Brick & Mortar Monday: New Marion fitness gym helps kids tackle bullying Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- A new gym in Marion has opened its doors to help people get in shape and kids deal with the effects of bullying.

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Rendleman Orchards' 4th annual "Pickin at the Patch" Video included

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ALTO PASS (WSIL) -- Thousands headed out to Rendleman Orchards' 4th annual "Pickin at the Patch" Saturday. 

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Dorena-Hickman ferry closed for repairs on Columbus Day

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DORENA, MO. (WSIL) -- The Dorena-Hickman ferry is closed for repairs today.

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Beautiful Columbus Day, but tracking another cold front set to arrive Tuesday Video included

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A beautiful fall day is on tap for Columbus Day, but we're tracking another cold front set to arrive on Tuesday evening. 

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Music, workshops and more at 3rd annual Wander Down Music Festival

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The third annual Wander Down Music Festival is filled with activities for adults and children. 

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Grand Tower prepares for homecoming festival Video included

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GRAND TOWER (WSIL) -- Leaders in Grand Tower are preparing for the town's homecoming festival set for Friday. This weekend, several of the carnival rides were brought in. 

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Thousands trick-or-treat at Rend Lake Campground Video included

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REND LAKE (WSIL) -- Thousands spent Saturday night at the fourth annual trick-or-treat event at Rend Lake Campground.

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Cooler temperatures boost business at Bandy's Video included

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JOHNSON CITY (WSIL) -- Hundreds headed out for fall-festivities at Bandy's Pumpkin Patch Saturday and Sunday.

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House fire believed to be suspicious Video included

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WILLIAMSON CO (WSIL) -- A fire at an abandoned home in Ferges is being investigated as suspicious. The Williamson County Fire Protection District was called to Ferges Road just after 8 p.m. Saturday night  for reports the home was fully engulfed.  

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Dry fall weather continues

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(WSIL) -- Sunny, crisp, and breezy conditions persist today. 

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House fire investigation in Williamson County

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY (WSIL) -- Crews battle a house fire. 

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Job Squad: October 11, 2019

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Several businesses are looking for new employees in this edition the Job Squad Report. 

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U.S. suspends tariff hike, China agrees to buy farm products

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The United States is suspending a tariff hike on $250 billion in Chinese imports that was set to take effect Tuesday, and China agreed to buy $40 billion to $50 billion in U.S. farm products as the world's two biggest economies reached a cease-fire in their 15-month trade war.

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Mixed feelings over pension consolidation proposal Video included

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Lawmakers and city leaders react to the governor's idea to consolidate police and fire pension funds.

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Beshear's camp responds to report Trump will visit Kentucky to stump for Bevin

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According to a report from Politico, President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will both visit the Bluegrass State in the coming weeks.

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Shelter dogs graduate from obedience training Video included

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A group of shelter dogs graduated from obedience training Friday and are now looking for their forever homes.

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Bow hunts planned for disabled at SIU's Touch of Nature

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People with disabilities who want to take place in archery hunts can attend any of three special hunts taking place at SIU's Touch of Nature in November.

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Bost speaks out on impeachment inquiry and Syria Video included

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As the impeachment inquiry continues in Washington D.C., Illinois congressman Mike Bost is weighing in on the proceedings.

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Shawnee Health Service plans $1.15 million expansion in Marion Video included

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In just a few months, the former Centerstone building in Marion will turn into a full operating health clinic for Shawnee Health Service.

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Illinois Dept. of Agriculture adds more dicamba restrictions

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The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) has added additional label restrictions for the 2020 growing season for the herbicide dicamba, which is commonly used on soybeans, after receiving a drastic rise in the number of complaints.

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Gov. Pritzker, legislators to push bill lowering insulin costs in Illinois

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Governor JB Pritzker is joining state lawmakers in a push to lower the cost of insulin in Illinois.

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Request to suppress confession in school shooting denied

A judge has denied a request to suppress a confession and other statements by a Kentucky teenager charged with fatally shooting two classmates and wounding 14 others at a high school.

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Delta Regional Authority announces investments in six southern Illinois projects

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The investments were made through the DRA States' Economic Development Assistance Program. 

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IDOT hiring snowplow operators

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Operators may be called any time day or night, including holidays, to assist with snow removal and clean up.

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Traffic accidents impacting westbound Interstate 24

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Police say traffic is moving slowly there but is beginning to back up.

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Family fun planned for 9th Annual West City Festival Video included

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WEST CITY (WSIL) -- A day for families and neighbors to come together. 

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Farmers ask motorists to slow down Video included

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The Illinois Department of Agriculture is stressing the importance of harvest safety after two fatal accidents just last week. 

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Backroads: Twisted Ditch Bows Video included

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A Hamilton County family is learning new skills and building a new business together that will have a lasting effect on the hunting community.

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Now is the time to have your furnace checked Video included

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Robert Petro is a service manager with Pass One Hour and has done his fair share of furnace tune-ups.

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High school students craft legislation for Illinois General Assembly

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The Youth Advisory Council is crafting a piece of legislation they want lawmakers in Springfield to consider. 

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Gov. Pritzker report recommends consolidating pension funds Video included

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The report contends the combined pool would generate up to $2.5 billion extra in returns in five years.

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Two local counties get more than $760,000 for school safety

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Two southern Illinois counties and one in the Metro-East area are receiving $1.1 million in funding to strengthen school security.

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Register your organization for annual Earthquake Drill

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The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) is encouraging all residents, schools, businesses and other organizations to participate in the Great Central U.S. ShakeOut on October 17, 2019, at 10:17 am.

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Lawsuit: Officer played Russian roulette with girlfriends

A wrongful-death lawsuit claims that a St. Louis police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a female colleague while playing a variation of Russian roulette had a history of forcing other girlfriends to play the game.

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Kentucky officials issue warning on vaping

The Kentucky Department for Public Health says it is monitoring a growing number of cases of illness related to e-cigarette use or vaping.

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Crashing temperatures on Friday

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WSIL - A very strong fast moving cold front will zip through SIL Friday morning.  Temperatures will fall rapidly as the front passes.  ...

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Missouri elk hunt likely in 2020

Missouri Department of Conservation officials say the state's elk herd is on track to be large enough in 2020 for the first hunt in more than a century.

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'Is this your turd?': Missouri city's cleanup flags dog poop

Officials in a southwest Missouri city are planting small flags in piles of abandoned dog poop as part of a campaign to get residents to clean up after their pets downtown.

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Illini Union director allegedly fired gun in front of woman

The University of Illinois has identified 14 applicants that have abused the financial aid system. The University of Illinois has identified 14 applicants that have abused the financial aid system.

The director of the University of Illinois' student life center faces a felony charge for allegedly firing a gun in front of a woman inside his Champaign home.

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Father and son from Vergennes rescued from rip current on Florida beach

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A father and son from Vergennes, Illinois had to be rescued by emergency officials while swimming off the coast of St. Augustine Beach, Florida on Tuesday.  

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IDOT announces weight restriction change to Highway 60/62 bridge near Cairo

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The Illinois Department of Transportation is set to reduce the weight limit on the U.S. Highway 60/62 bridge over the Mississippi River. 

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Social Security benefits to rise 1.6% in 2020

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Social Security says millions of retirees will get a modest 1.6% cost-of-living increase in 2020

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Ticket sales from Top 10 Men Who Can Grill Competition will benefit community groups Video included

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WEST FRANKFORT (WSIL) -- The 7th annual 10 Men Who Can Grill competition is set to take place. 

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Massac County Sheriff searching for man wanted on meth charges

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The Massac County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in searching for Brian J. Powell, 43.

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Chicken recall due to Listeria contamination expands

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Chicken recall hits Kroger, Giant, Aldi, Food Lion, and more after products test positive for listeria contamination.

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Pets of the Week: October 10, 2019

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- There are four dogs looking for forever homes in this edition of Pets of the Week.

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From summer to winter, a strong cold front set to arrive on Friday

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Friday is the big day of change we've been chatting about all week long. 

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Operation Honor Guard's Day of Giving Video included

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Operation Honor Guard's Day of Giving raised more than $19,000 Wednesday to provide military funerals for fallen veterans.

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The WSIL Weather Academy heads to Herrin Elementary Video included

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The Weather Academy made a stop in Herrin, to teach to nearly 700 elementary students about basic weather concepts with fun demonstrations.

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Health leaders try to educate residents on vaping effects Video included

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Health leaders in southern Illinois are trying to educate residents about the effects of vaping.

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Humane Society of Southern Illinois wins dog-hiking grant

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If you've ever wanted to take a hike but don't want to go alone? How about taking a shelter dog?

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St. Louis Cardinals win NLDS

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St. Louis Cardinals rout Atlanta Braves 13-1 in winner-take-all Game 5, advance to NL Championship Series. 

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Deputy: Kentucky teacher charged for being drunk at school

Authorities in Kentucky say a special education teacher was arrested for being drunk in the parking lot of his workplace.

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Choosing between paying bills and buying food Video included

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80 meals a day at the soup kitchen, five days a week. That's how many people make their way through the soup kitchen line for a free meal. 

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Carbondale holds job fair to help employers and job-seekers

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The City of Carbondale hosted a job fair Wednesday at City Hall to help bring employers and job-seekers together.

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Jody Pullen found guilty of shooting outside Tres Hombres

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A jury finds the man accused in a shooting that injured four people including people inside the beer garden of Tres Hombres in Carbondale guilty.

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Gov. Pritzker unveils five-year economic plan for Illinois

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has released a five-year economic plan for Illinois that builds on the state's strongest sectors such as agriculture, health care and transportation.

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Arrests in two-state theft ring announced

From L to R: Dusty Baker, Brittany Baker, Donald Gilbert From L to R: Dusty Baker, Brittany Baker, Donald Gilbert
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Following a months-long investigation, the Massac County Sheriff's Office announces three arrests made following the search of a residence just outside Metropolis on September 9.

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Warming up, clouding up

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We expect south breezes to push afternoon readings into the 80s Thursday while strong north winds could drop temperatures Friday.  ...

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Adler Planetarium to visit southern Illinois for third straight year

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The Adler Planetarium is coming to southern Illinois for the third straight year starting Tuesday, October 8.

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Carbondale City Clerk office to close next week

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The Carbondale City Clerk's Office will be closed October 14-18 due to offsite training.

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Wealthy counties get many FEMA buyouts of flood-prone homes

A new study finds that FEMA buys flood-prone homes more often in wealthy, populous counties than in poor, rural areas, even though lower-income rural areas may be more likely to flood.

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Arrest made in Paducah hotel robbery

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Cory T. Phillips, 26, of West Paducah, was taken into custody Tuesday on charges of first-degree robbery and receiving a stolen firearm.

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October 9: Viewer Photos of the Day

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A chilly, foggy start for many on this Wednesday. The leaves are starting to change, though many are reporting a quick change over to brown, likely due to abnormally dry weather this fall. 

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618 Fall Music Fest kicks off this weekend Video included

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Carbondale will be the scene of a music festival featuring a variety of  local artists this weekend. 

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Marion Cultural and Civic Center announces Jo Dee Messina concert February 22

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The Marion Cultural and Civic Center has announced Jo Dee Messina will take the stage on February 22. 

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Murphysboro teachers and board still far from an agreement

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Murphysboro CUSD #186 posted a message to its Facebook page saying that the teacher team turned down what they consider a generous offer.

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Carbondale approves sale of recreational marijuana

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Carbondale City Council passes the sale of recreational marijuana by a vote of 6-1.

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Half of all deer-vehicle collisions happen between October and December: KYTC

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has issued an alert for drivers: it's the start of fall deer-vehicle collision season.

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Clean your chimney before firing up your fireplace Video included

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With the cooler weather here, many people may want to start using fireplaces to warm their homes, but experts warn you should inspect your chimney first.

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FBI: Inmate is most prolific serial killer in US history

The Federal Bureau of Investigation says the man who claims to have killed more than 90 women across the country is the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history.

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Five state endangered owls get released back into the wild Video included

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Five owls considered endangered in the state of Illinois have been released into the wild.

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Census Bureau job openings in southern Illinois Video included

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Representatives from the U.S. Census Bureau are looking for people to work for them in preparation for the 2020 census.

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Negotiations between board and teacher continue in Murphysboro Video included

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Negotiations continue in hopes of reaching a deal between the Murphysboro CUSD #186 school board and the teachers association over higher pay. 

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Child shot in Carbondale was not intended target: police Video included

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Police say they arrived on scene just one minute after the 911 call came in Monday morning.  Neighbors say a fight broke out outside of an apartment.

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United States' 24th vaping-related death confirmed in California

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The California Department of Health announced on Tuesday the state's third death due to lung disease associated with vaping, bringing the nationwide total of confirmed deaths to 24.

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Burglary, police chase ends in two arrests

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Deputies found the suspect vehicle a short time later, but the driver took off, heading into Cape Girardeau and then crossing the bridge into Illinois. 

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Paducah Police looking for man who set down his gun during robbery

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Paducah Police want you to take a look at the man who was caught on camera robbing the Country Inn and Suites (145 McBride Lane, Paducah).

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White House says it won't comply with inquiry

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The White House has notified the House that the Trump administration will not participate in what it is calling Democrats' "illegitimate" impeachment probe.

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Father charged in connection to accidental shooting

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Zachary Page, 25, is charged with first degree wanton endangerment. 

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Overtraining could lead to brain burn-out: study Video included

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Too much exercise could keep you from making good choices according to a new study.

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Attorney: Kentucky schools should remove 'prayer lockers'

An attorney for a Kentucky public school board says complaints have prompted him to recommend the district remove "prayer lockers" from inside its schools.

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Tips to stay healthy during flu season, where to get vaccinated

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According to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), every year the flu sickens millions of Americans, hospitalizes hundreds of thousands, and kills tens of thousands. 

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A Taste of the Region: Caribbean Hut Video included

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CAMBRIA (WSIL) -- It's not just brick and mortar restaurants that are popular throughout our region, Caribbean Hut is making a splash too. 

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Inaugural Southern Illinois Cornhole Tournament Video included

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There's big money on the line for the Inaugural Southern Illinois Cornhole Tournament. 

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Small propane tank explosion at Pepsi MidAmerica

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Marion Fire Department has confirmed to News 3 that they responded to a report of a tank explosion at Pepsi MidAmerica Monday evening. 

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Former Saluki Kavion Pippen signs with Golden State Warriors

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Former Saluki basketball standout Kavion Pippen has signed a contract with the Golden State Warriors, the team announced on Monday.   

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Marion church holds annual bratwurst dinner this weekend

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Marion is holding its annual Bratwurst Dinner this weekend. 

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Two small meteor showers expected to peak Tuesday and Wednesday night

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Two small meteor showers are set to peak in consecutive nights this week. The Draconid meteor shower will peak on Tuesday night and the Southern Taurids Wednesday night

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Haunted Forest in Harrisburg benefits Coleman Tri-County Services Video included

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Harrisburg (WSIL) -- There's a Haunted Forest that will give you a scare for a good cause. 

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Man faces charges for allegedly striking three year old with gun

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A 22 year old accused of hitting a three year old with a pistol has been arrested by the Poplar Bluff Police Department.

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Negotiations in Murphysboro break down after third day of teachers' strike

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The Murphysboro school board posted to its Facebook page that negotiations have stopped Monday night.

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Inmates crochet wigs for kids with cancer

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A group of inmates at Dixon Springs Impact Incarceration Program is giving back to the community by helping kids with cancer.

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Franklin County receives funding for hazardous material preparedness Video included

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The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) received more than $600,000 to support Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness.

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Equality Fire Department in need of rescue equipment

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The Equality Fire Department is still trying to raise money for new rope rescue equipment. 

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Pritzker spends $850K of his money to fix Governor's Mansion

Gov. J.B. Pritzker is spending $850,000 of his own money to continue renovations to the historic Illinois Governor's Mansion.

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Royalton man killed in weekend accident

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The Franklin County Coroner Monday announced that a Royalton man died after driving his truck off the road.

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Kroger, Walgreens to stop selling e-cigarettes in US

Two major retailers say they will no longer sell e-cigarettes in the U.S. amid mounting health questions surrounding vaping.

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Man arrested after two stolen handguns found in his car

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A Kentucky man faces several charges after police found him in possession of two stolen guns.

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Indiana woman dies after fall at Garden of the Gods Video included

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An Evansville, Indiana, woman has died after falling from a cliff at Garden of the Gods in the Shawnee National Forest

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5-year-old injured in Carbondale shooting

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Police say the girl was taken to Memorial Hospital of Carbondale then transferred to a St. Louis hospital for further treatment.

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Fabulous fall weather

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WSIL - It took a while to arrive but great fall weather is in place and fills the forecast.  ...

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BBB warns of flooded vehicles potentially hitting the market

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While Hurricane Dorian has long since run its course, the effects of the latest natural disaster might linger and could impact you.

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Rain ending, sunshine returns

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Rain will exit quickly this morning with skies clearing from the northwest to the southeast throughout the remainder of the morning and early afternoon. 

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Visit SIU's The Great Glass Pumpkin Patch this weekend

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Halloween is just around the corner and there's going to be a unique pumpkin patch in Carbondale.

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Motorcycle vs.car crash sends man to the hospital

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RANDOLPH CO. (WSIL) -- A head-on collision resulted in a Marion man being hospitalized. 

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Church holds coat giveaway event Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- The University Baptist Church in Carbondale began their 8th annual Community Coat Drive Saturday. 

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Woman falls at Garden of the Gods

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GALLATIN COUNTY (WSIL) -- According to the Equality Fire Chief, a woman fell approximately 60-feet at Garden of the Gods Saturday. 

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Negotiations to resume Monday amid teacher's strike Video included

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MURPHYSBORO (WSIL) -- Thousands of students will miss another day in the classroom, marking the third school-day students have missed since the teacher's strike began. 

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Kentucky man escapes from jail, police seeking help

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GRAVES COUNTY, KY (WSIL) -- The Grave's County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a man who escaped from jail. 

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Man arrested for murder after running over woman with RV

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PADUCAH, KY (WSIL) -- A man is in jail after surveillance video showed him running over a woman with an RV outside the Convention and Expo Center.  

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Overnight shooting at Kansas City bar leaves 4 dead, 5 wounded

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Authorities say a gunman entered a Kansas City, Kansas, bar and shot nine people, fatally wounding four. 

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One dead following crash Saturday afternoon in Perry County

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The crash occurred just after 2 p.m. Saturday along Route 4 at Bobcat Lane.

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Showers make their way into the region Sunday along with a cool down

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WSIL -- It was a beautiful day across the region today with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures.  High temperatures climbed back above normal, topping out in the 80s.

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SIU plane-pull raises money for Illinois Special Olympics

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Dozens gathered at SIU's airport for this year's Plane-Pull Saturday. There were 28 teams this year, which is double the amount of teams last year. A technical difficulty led to pulling a fire truck instead of the initially intended plane. Saturday's pull raises money for more than 23-thousand athletes that participate in Illinois Special Olympics.

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High school bands compete in Music and Motion

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Hundreds headed to SIU to support their high school bands at the Saluki Stadium Saturday. Fourteen marching bands throughout Southern Illinois and Missouri competed in SIU's "Music and Motion" - where each group performed their own version of a halftime show. The event wrapped up with a special show featuring SIU's own Marching Salukis.

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Thousands attend Big Muddy Monster Brew Festival

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MURPHYSBORO (WSIL) -- Warm weather helped to attract thousands for the 10th annual Big Muddy Monster Brew Festival on Saturday. Attendees got the chance to sip on craft beers from more than 60 different breweries while playing popular pub games. The event also had live music by "The Boat Drunks" - a band known for their covers of Jimmy Buffett and Johnny Cash. The winner of this year's Home Brew Competition were also announced at Saturday's event.

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Carbondale police seek help in retail theft investigation

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Police in Carbondale are looking for two suspects in connection to a retail theft investigation.

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Washington U. to offer free education for needy students

Washington University in St. Louis will provide a free education to any student from Missouri or southern Illinois whose family income is under $75,000.

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Health department opens recovery resource center in Harrisburg Video included

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The Egyptian Public and Mental Health Department cut the ribbon Friday on a new Recovery Resource Center in Harrisburg.

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Ameren hosts emergency preparedness open house Video included

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Ameren invited local officials to attend an Emergency Response open house Friday at their operating center in Marion. 

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Carbondale gears up for Employment Fair

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- The City of Carbondale is putting on an Employment Fair next week. 

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Benton Civic Center announces Fall lineup Video included

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- The Benton Civic Center has several events planned in the coming weeks.  

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Big Muddy Monster Brewfest celebrates 10 years Video included

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The Big Muddy Monster Brewfest returns to Riverside Park for its 10th year with more breweries than ever on hand. 

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Job Squad: October 4, 2019

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- Multiple businesses are looking for new faces in this edition of the Job Squad report.

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Backroads: RFK Miniature Horse Farm Video included

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For some, retiring on a small ranch is the goal but a couple in Williamson County has gone a step further by retiring on a small ranch with small animals.

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Women's Center holds events for domestic violence awareness month Video included

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Women's Center in Carbondale has planned some events throughout the month. 

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New Recovery Resource Center to help with substance use treatment Video included

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The Egyptian Public & Mental Health Department is hosting an open house and ribbon-cutting for a new recovery resource center. 

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Pets of the Week: October 3, 2019

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- There are two cats and three dogs in need of a forever home in this edition of Pets of the Week.

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Jefferson County Animal Control holds pet adoption event

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WSIL -- Jefferson County Animal Control is holding an Adoption Day event this weekend. 

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4th Annual Southern Illinois Plane Pull Video included

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MURPHYSBORO (WSIL) -- Area groups are teaming up for a big tug of war contest and car show to raise money for a good cause. 

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AES Solar kicks off 15th Heartland Solar Tour this weekend

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WSIL -- Homeowners across southern Illinois will open up their homes to show-case their renewable energy technologies this weekend

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Murphysboro parents look for activities for kids during teachers' strike Video included

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Parents in Murphysboro are looking for things to keep their children busy as the Murphysboro teachers' strike continues.

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