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Make sure that invoice is real before You pay, BBB Advises Video included

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The invoice you just received looks official but there’s a possibility that it has been sent by a scammer trying to get some of your hard-earned money. 

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Community set to come together for Pope County Deer Festival

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GOLCONDA (WSIL) -- The Pope County Deer Festival is a tradition that hunters and community members alike look forward to each year. 
 

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Great Wednesday, but rain returns Thursday & Friday Video included

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Once the fog mixes out, Wednesday will be a GORGEOUS fall day.

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Southeastern Illinois College revitalizes Pharmacy Technician program

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Southeastern Illinois College (SIC) is bringing back their certified Pharmacy Technician Program.

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Harrisburg students donate to Honor Flight

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8th grade students in Harrisburg donated to the Veterans Honor Flight of Southern Illinois Tuesday.

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Parents picking up students after reports of bedbugs at Marion High School Video included

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Some parents are picking their children up early after reports of bed bugs at Marion High School.

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Amazon tells senator it's considered face-scanning doorbells

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Amazon says it has contemplated adding facial recognition technology to its Ring doorbell cameras

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Paducah Police investigating break-in at pharmacy

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Anyone with information is asked to call the Paducah Police Department at (270) 444-8550.

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Graves County homeowner charged in home invasion, shooting

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A Graves County homeowner is now facing charges after an early morning home invasion and shooting. 

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Muphysboro heads to semi-finals

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Murphysboro high school football team reaches semi finals.

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Harbory receives license for recreational marijuana

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The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation announced the fourth round of "same site" adult use cannabis licenses Tuesday.  

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Warmer air will bring some fog Video included

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WSIL - Warmer temperatures are expected the next couple of days.    With temperatures forecast in the mid 30s, there will be some frost scraping on windshields. ...

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Beshear praises Bevin administration's help in transition

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Gov.-elect Andy Beshear says Gov. Matt Bevin's administration is giving its "best efforts" to assist his transition team as he prepares to become Kentucky's governor next month

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Food for Thought: November 19, 2019

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As we approach Thanksgiving, we offer a couple of easy dishes to really "WOW" your guests.

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Cairo town hall meeting will discuss flood risk and importance of an evacuation plan

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The public is invited to a town hall meeting in Cairo Tuesday evening to discuss the threat flooding poses to the city. 

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Clouds gradually clear, temperatures heading upward

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A damp, gloomy start to Tuesday in the wake of overnight showers. Rain is moving out, but for many, especially in Southern Illinois, clouds will linger. 

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Organization honors child's memory with $56,000 gift Video included

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A local organization is paying honor to a Union County toddler who died from health complications.

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Herrin Elementary educators proud of rating improvements Video included

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Herrin Elementary School received a special honor from the state for improving its Illinois Report Card rating to an exemplary rating. 

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Shawnee National Forest offering new Christmas tree permit Video included

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For the first time, the Shawnee National Forest will allow people to cut down their own Christmas tree.

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Operation Santa: USPS launches site to adopt letters to Santa

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You can help provide Christmas to kids in need with the U.S. Postal Service's "Operation Santa." 

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WSIL-Banterra Player of the Week

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It's Monday and that means two new Player of the Week nominees. 

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Sheriff: No new leads on missing Harrisburg woman Video included

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The Pope County Sheriff's office is looking for a woman reported missing in September.

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Residents get help ahead of move-out date Video included

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Community members help residents prepare to move out of a rundown apartment building.

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"Don't forget us": Residents face eviction in wake of court ruling

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Residents are scrambling to find places to stay after their apartment complex was ruled 'condemned'.

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Carterville firefighter loses own home to fire

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Donations are being accepted for a part-time Carterville firefighter whose own home was destroyed by fire.

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Hidden Valley releasing ranch-filled Christmas stocking

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The food-safe plastic packaging is filled with 52 fluid ounces of Hidden Valley Original Ranch Dressing.

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McConnell: Lack of civility is country's biggest problem

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Speaking in his home state of Kentucky, the Republican leader said the country needs to "learn how to behave better, how to be able to disagree without anger." 

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Jeopardy! top winners to compete in prime-time special

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This January, “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” will feature three of the game’s top winners.

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Shooting at Oklahoma Walmart kills 3

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Police have confirmed that two men and a woman have been fatally shot at a Walmart in Oklahoma.

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Weather warming up

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WSIL - Tuesday should be dry with afternoon temperatures near normal but breezy conditions will keep a chill in the air ...

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Quest cat food recalled over salmonella risks

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The Utah-based company Go Raw is recalling its Quest brand two-pound frozen bags of beef cat food.

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Metropolis Fire warns of person soliciting donations

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Metropolis Fire Captain Micah Tolbert said someone claiming to be with the Illinois Fire Association contacted a local business trying to solicit a donation for the benefit of Captain Chad Parker.

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Land affected by Keystone pipeline leak bigger than thought

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An oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in North Dakota has affected almost 10 times the amount of land as first reported

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Cape Girardeau man arrested for child molestation

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Officers found a suspect hiding under the sink in Cape Girardeau apartment on Friday. He's accused of child molestation.

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Cool Monday, but temperatures trending up this week

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A cool, quiet start to the work week, but we're tracking warmer temperatures and more rain this week. 

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Multiple Roads to be Repaved in Paducah

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Several residential streets in Paducah will be repaved over the next few weeks, beginning Monday, November 18. You can find a full listing of the effected roads here.

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Dozens of children create unique stained glass art Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Dozens of children created unique stained glass art in Carbondale Sunday afternoon. The children use the workshop to learn how to create real art with real glass and help those in need at the same time. All proceeds from the auction end up being used to help better the lives of orphans in Bangladesh. Those selections will hang in the Longbranch Cafe, and a silent auction will run from March 10th through April 24th.

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Four people killed in a two-vehicle crash in Montgomery County Video included

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY -- Four people were killed in a two-vehicle crash in Montgomery County Friday evening. 

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Local artisans hold Holiday Art Sale in Murphysboro Video included

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MURPHYSBORO (WSIL) -- This weekend held an opportunity for artists to show off their work and for visitors to do some holiday shopping. 

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Cloudy with a chance of showers Sunday night

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Clouds are building in from the west this morning ahead of a system that will try to bring us showers this evening. 

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Sheriff's department opens firing range to hunters Video included

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Williamson County (WSIL) -- The Williamson County Sheriff's Department opened their firing range to the public Saturday so that hunters could "sight-in" their hunting guns. The sheriff's department began the program eight years ago and say it's become a popular event for hunters before the season opens. John Fleming, Deputy Sheriff, says many hunters may only use their gun once a year, so it's important to make sure it's "zeroed" in before heading out.

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Boy scouts collect donated food for food pantries Video included

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HERRIN (WSIL) -- Hundreds of boy scouts in Southern Illinois collected around 80,000 items of food Saturday as part of their "Scouting for Food" food drive. The food drive began last weekend when the scouts put blue bags on the front doors of homes. Residents then had a week to fill the bags, before they were collected and brought  to local food pantries. Workers at those food pantries say that the donations really make a difference - especially around this time...

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Dorena-Hickman Ferry back in service after rudder repair Video included

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DORENA, MO. (WSIL) -- The Dorena-Hickman Ferry is back in service after being closed for a month. 

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Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge reopens after being hit by barge Video included

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UPDATE: The Bill Emerson Memorial bridge reopened Saturday after a barge hit it on Friday. 

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Sunny and calm Saturday

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(WSIL) -- Sunshine abounds today, and with little to no wind out of the northeast, conditions will feel relatively mild. Clouds build in during the overnight hours, and small rain chances return Sunday night. Temperatures will slowly climb throughout the first half of the week.  Meteorologist Jacie Brianne is back tonight with another look at your forecast.  More>>

Saturday will be cold but dry

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WSIL - Thin clouds might be in the sky all day Saturday but no rain is expected.  Temperatures will run around 10 degrees cooler than normal but winds should be on the light side.  ...

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The Latest: 2nd impeachment hearing opens with US diplomat

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The House has opened a second day of Trump impeachment hearings with Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine who was suddenly recalled back to the U.S. by President Donald Trump. 

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Illinois health officials confirm 4th vaping-related death

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A fourth Illinois resident has died after being hospitalized with a vaping-related lung injury

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$2 million of hemp stolen in Union County

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In addition to that theft, hemp was also recently stolen from a warehouse facility in the western part of Union County.

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Browns' Garrett suspended for rest of season by NFL

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Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has been suspended for at least the rest of the regular season and postseason by the NFL for swinging a helmet and striking Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head.

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Fire danger causes Nissan to recall over 450,000 vehicles

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Nissan is recalling over 450,000 vehicles worldwide because a brake fluid leak could cause them to catch fire.

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Roger Stone guilty of witness tampering, lying to Congress

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Roger Stone, a longtime friend and ally of President Donald Trump, has been found guilty at his trial in federal court in Washington

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Local holiday-themed market to benefit several charities Video included

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More than 100 local vendors expected at Adams School PTO's Christmas Mart.

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Soldiers, veterans, first responders invited to Murray games

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Fort Campbell soldiers, other military and first responders are being treated to a day of sports events at Murray State University this weekend. 

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Do a little holiday shopping at craft fair in Mulkeytown Video included

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MULKEYTOWN (WSIL) -- You can do a little holiday shopping for a good cause in Mulkeytown this Saturday. 

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Illinois State Senate President Cullerton to retire in January

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Illinois Senate President John Cullerton, a Democrat that represents Illinois' 6th District covering Chicago's North and Northwest sides, announced Thursday that he plans to retire in January. 

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Freezing fog this morning, sunny and cool for the afternoon

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The biggest concern is freezing fog through 9 a.m. Friday morning. A few slick spots, primarily on rural roads are possible along with a very heavy frost. 

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Mt. Vernon Pastor ask for help after vandals causes about $50k in damages

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A Jefferson County Pastor is asking for help after vandals caused tens of thousands of dollars in damages. 

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'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Dave Bautista rescues 2 abandoned pit bulls from animal shelter

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A Florida animal shelter sent out a desperate plea after someone had abandoned two pit bull dogs.

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Apprenticeship program garners support as need for labor set to increase Video included

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With the recent passage of a $45 billion infrastructure bill, Illinois is expected to see a rapid increase in demand for construction laborers.  

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Kansas City bans gay conversion therapy

Conversion therapy for LGBTQ young people will not be allowed in Kansas City.

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Fourth Illinois resident dies after vaping-related injury

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A fourth Illinoisan has died after being hospitalized with lung injury associated with the use of e-cigarette or vaping products according to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).

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FDA issues warning to Dollar Tree about OTC drugs

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a letter to Dollar Tree warning the store about over-the-counter (OTC) drugs it has received from foreign manufacturers that have violated federal laws.

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Daily Egyptian wins award for third consecutive year

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The Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student-produced newspaper has won one of the nation’s top online collegiate awards for the third year in a row.

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'Cops and Kids' applications accepted through November 30

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Police in Williamson County will take kids shopping for gifts again this Christmas season.

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Marion Police Department receives donations for new sign Video included

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Route 13 in the heart of Marion looks a little differently because the city's police department hoisted a new sign in front of their offices on Thursday.

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US court rules Kentucky man can get ‘IM GOD’ license plate

A federal court is allowing a Kentucky man to personalize a license plate with the phrase "IM GOD” after a three-year legal battle over the custom engraving.

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Illinois bans handcuffing, shackling of foster children

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services has banned the use of shackles and handcuffs on youths in its custody after two teenage boys were restrained.

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Heaven's Kitchen to host Community Thanksgiving Video included

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If you don't have plans for Thanksgiving, you can find a meal and good company at the Pavilion of the City of Marion.

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Carbondale Police investigating home invasion

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Police were called to a residence in the 900 block of East Park Street just after 6 p.m. Wednesday.

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Ford recalls F-150s; loose cable can cause stalling or fires

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Ford is recalling over 168,000 F-150 pickup trucks in North America to fix an electrical problem that could cause engine stalling or fires

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Earn $1,000 watching Hallmark Christmas movies

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CenturyLink says you must be 18 years or older, live in the U.S., and be willing to document your movie marathon on social media. 

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Copy of Gettysburg address handwritten by Lincoln on display

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A copy of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address that was handwritten by the 16th president himself is going on display at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield for two weeks

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The Latest: Sheriff says 2nd teen dies in school shooting

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Authorities say a second victim of a Los Angeles area high school shooting has died

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Gov. Bevin concedes to Beshear in Kentucky governor's race

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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says he will not contest results showing Democrat Andy Beshear winning the Kentucky governor's race

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Friday morning frost

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WSIL - A heavy frost is expected Friday morning and a fairly rare weather event is possible.  Fog could appear while temperatures are well below freezing. ...

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Pritzker ready to sign plan to merge local pension funds

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Illinois lawmakers have sent Gov. J.B. Pritzker a measure that merges 650 local police and fire pension systems to boost investment returns and save money

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Laborers, construction opportunities for unemployed veterans Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- There's an opportunity for unemployed veterans in our region to learn about job openings. 

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Harrisburg Police investigating shooting

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When officers arrived, they discovered a 38-year-old  man with gunshot wounds to the hip and to the chest/abdomen area. 

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Twinkies for breakfast? New cereal hits stores in December

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Hostess Brands is teaming up with Post Cereal to create a new Twinkies-flavored cereal.

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Hardee's testing “Thanksgiving in a Box” meal

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Hardee’s is pitching it as a tasty, stress-free alternative to traditional holiday favorites.

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Funds from paint nite will provide autistic children with equine, swim lessons Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- There's going to be a colorful night for a good cause. 

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Up to 25º warmer Thursday morning vs. Wednesday

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What a difference a day, or night in this case, makes. Temperatures are up to 25 degrees warmer Thursday morning compared to Wednesday morning. 

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Lawmakers propose additional financial aid to keep teachers in Illinois Video included

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As more teachers are needed in Illinois, lawmakers are looking at financial incentives to encourage more graduates to remain here. 

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Recreational cannabis will not be allowed at SIU in 2020, despite new law Video included

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In several weeks, Illinois residents over the age of 21 will be able to legally use recreational marijuana, but not everywhere.

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Voice actor surprises Poplar Bluff students on Scooby-Doo Day

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PBJHS celebrates Scooby-Doo Day with celebrity guest appearance

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NTSB: Coast Guard ignored duck boat safety proposals

The National Transportation Safety Board says the Coast Guard has repeatedly ignored safety recommendations that could have made tourist duck boats safer and potentially prevented a Missouri accident that killed 17 people.

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Disney Plus gets 10 million subscribers in first day

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Disney Plus says it hit more than 10 million sign-ups on its first day of launch, far exceeding expectations.

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November is National Adopt a Senior Pet Month

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November is national Adopt a Senior Pet Month and one pet food company wants to help you adopt a furry friend by reimbursing adoption fees for some animals.

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Extra Amtrak service for Thanksgiving

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Amtrak is prepared to accommodate the surge of Thanksgiving travelers with additional capacity on Amtrak routes for the holiday.

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Rescue: 'Unicorn' puppy doesn't notice 'tail' growth on head

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Narwhal was rescued over the weekend and sent to Mac's Mission in Jackson, which specializes in fostering animals with special needs.

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Kentucky governor faces big decision as recanvass looms

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky could face a legacy-defining decision once a recanvass of last week’s election is completed Thursday.

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SIU Mens Basketball signs two high school guards

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The SIU men's basketball program signed two high school guards on Wednesday, the first day of the national signing period. Dalton Banks (6-2, 170, Eau Claire, Wis.) and Eric Butler (6-3, 170, Orlando, Fla.) will be freshmen for the Salukis in 2020-21.

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Hyatt to remove small bottles from hotel bathrooms

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The Chicago-based company says the transition will be complete by June 2021.

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House OKs consolidation of 650 local pension programs

The Illinois House has approved Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s plan to consolidate hundreds of local pension programs covering police officers and firefighters to boost investment returns and save administrative costs.

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CMA Awards air Wednesday

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The 53rd annual Country Music Awards will broadcast live Wednesday from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

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Authorities make 2nd arrest in Carbondale murder investigation

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Keon Cooper, 27, of Carbondale, was shot and killed November 3 while in the 500 block of South Illinois Avenue.

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Legislation capping insulin prices moves forward

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The legislation would cap the cost of insulin to $100 for a 30-day supply. 

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First public hearing in House impeachment inquiry Wednesday

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Three witnesses are scheduled for this week and eight more are set to testify in public next week.

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Warmer but not warm

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Clouds will be more present on Thursday, but we expect temperatures to be a little warmer in the afternoon.  ...

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Disney Plus hits 10M subscribers in 1 day

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Some analysts thought it would take Disney a year to reach 10 million subscribers.

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This year's Black Light Bingo Bash is benefiting the Salvation Army Video included

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MARION (WSIL) -- It's a game night that many residents in southern Illinois look forward to each year. 

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A Taste of the Region: Longbranch Cafe & Bakery Video included

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- For two decades, Longbranch Cafe & Bakery has been serving locals vegetarian food options. 

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BBB TIPS: Seasonal Jobs Video included

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With retailers and shippers planning to hire hundreds of thousands of seasonal employees this holiday season, Better Business Bureau advises job seekers to polish up their resumes, research potential employers and apply right away but to be smart about their job search. 

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Carbondale considers going green

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CARBONDALE (WSIL) -- Carbondale aldermen will consider installing solar panels on three city buildings next year.

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Separating fact from fiction in Trump's impeachment hearings

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President Donald Trump has been fulminating for weeks over the impeachment inquiry, which he sees as a persecution cooked up by Democrats and "Never Trumpers."

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County board to decide fate of 24/7 recycling option

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The Williamson County Board is discussing changes to the recycling program after repeated instances of abuse.

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New school buses feature stop arm cameras, A/C, USB ports, WiFi Video included

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Some local high school students will be riding to bus in style in three brand new WiFi-equipped school buses.

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No cannabis allowed in public housing despite state law to legalize Video included

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Small amounts of recreational marijuana will become legal in Illinois on January 1, but people who live in public housing will not be able to have it in their homes.

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Northwestern paper's apology sparks journalism debate

Student journalists at Northwestern University tried to apologize after their peers complained about coverage of a speech on campus and protests of it.

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IHSA drops appeal of order allowing CPS runners to compete

The Illinois High School Association has ended its appeal of a Cook County judge's decision to allow Chicago Public Schools athletes to run in the state cross-country meet.

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Police: Kentucky man left starved puppies to eat dead dog

A Kentucky man has been charged with animal cruelty after authorities say he neglected and starved his dogs, some of which resorted to eating a dead dog.

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Shildt, Baldelli win Manager of Year in 1st full seasons

Mike Shildt of the St. Louis Cardinals has edged out Craig Counsell of the Milwaukee Brewers to win NL Manager of the Year.

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Another school district sues leading e-cigarette maker Juul

Another school district is suing leading e-cigarette maker Juul, claiming that its devices create "enormous distractions for students."

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Beshear announces transition website, Bevin awaits recanvass

As a recanvass requested by Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin approaches, Democrat Andy Beshear continues to move forward with his plans to take over the governor's office.

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Disabled hunters brave cold in archery hunting event Video included

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SIU Touch of Nature is hosting three archery hunts this month for people with disabilities.

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Rend Lake closing recreation areas during firearm hunting season

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 Locations on Rend Lake will be closed during the state firearm deer hunting season. 

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Dean Foods seeks bankruptcy protection, sale

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Dean Foods is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and may sell the company off to the Dairy Farmers of America.

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Search for wanted suspect in Union County

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The Union County Sheriff's Office needs help locating Dannielle E. Thrasher.

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Fireball lights up sky over St. Louis

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A meteor was caught on camera Monday evening before 9 p.m. streaming across the sky in the Midwest.

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108 years since the "Great Blue Norther" of November 11-12, 1911

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November 11th and 12th marks the 108th anniversary of the largest cold front on record to move across the Plains and Midwest.

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Holiday Extravaganza returns to the Pavilion in Marion Video included

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More than 40 vendors will gather to celebrate National Small Independent Business Owner Day and help a good cause. 

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Police: Remains found in Evansville garage were concealed

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Evansville Police say remains found in the garage of home there are human and were concealed there for an extended period of time.

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25,000 pounds of pizza toppings recalled for possible listeria contamination

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The ready-to-eat meats include sliced pepperoni, chopped pepperoni, and sausage. 

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BBB Tips: Protect seniors from common scams Video included

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If you were to search “crime of the 21st century,” what do you think the results would be? Did senior financial scams cross your mind? Unfortunately, these scams have become so prevalent, they have earned this title. 

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Chicago man creates 'Batmobile' from scratch Video included

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A Chicago-area man has created a Batmobile look-alike in his garage.

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Oreo unveils two new cookies for 2020

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Two new flavors of Oreo Cookies will arrive with the New Year: Chocolate Marshmallow and Caramel Coconut

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Aaaand now ... longtime Bulls PA announcer retiring

Aaaand now ... longtime Chicago Bulls public address announcer Tommy Edwards is retiring.

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Blues' Alex Steen out 4 weeks with high ankle sprain

St. Louis Blues winger Alex Steen will miss at least four weeks because of a high ankle sprain.

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Illinois appellate court won't bar CPS runners from meet

The Illinois Appellate Court says it won't immediately rule on a lower court decision that allows Chicago Public Schools cross-country runners to compete at the state championship meet Saturday.

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Smoked salmon recalled due to botulism threat

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The potentially tainted products were sold from March 6, 2019 through September 17, 2019 in vacuum-sealed packages. 

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Teen's innovation eliminates car blindspots

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Teen wins $25,000 for inventing a solution to eliminate blind spots for cars

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Bud Light to release hard seltzer in 2020

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Bud Light is releasing hard seltzer next year.

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Backroads: RFK Miniature Horse Farm

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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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