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Pinckneyville Loses $200,000 Gamble on Medical Marijuana

PINCKNEYVILLE -- Newly discovered documents from Gov. Quinn's time in office provided to News 3 appear to show that the company Pinckneyville was backing for a medical marijuana cultivation license has lost its bid. Read More »

Rangers Retire Jo Jo's #24, BIT Day 3

BENTON -- Meridian, Sesser-Valier, and Pinckneyville picked up wins Friday at the Benton Invitational, on a night when the Rangers retired Jo Jo Johnson's #24 jersey. Read More »

Chester Residents Evacuated During Investigation

CHESTER -- Residents have returned to a Chester apartment complex after an investigation into possible hazardous materials. Read More »

Pinckneyville Holds Off Meridian at BIT

BENTON -- The Pinckneyville Panthers held off a furious Meridian Bobcats rally Wednesday night, picking up a 70-65 win. Read More »

New Agriculture Director Wants Upgrades for State Fairgrounds

SPRINGFIELD -- The newly appointed director of the state Agriculture Department says the Illinois State Fairgrounds needs repairs and a long-term strategy to attract users year-round. Read More »

Softball Tournament Raises Funds For Special Olympics

DU QUOIN -- The sixth annual girls' winter indoor softball classic is in full swing at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin. Read More »

Pinckneyville Picks Up Huge Road Win

CARTERVILLE -- The Pinckneyville Panthers won at Carterville 55-44. Read More »

Meth Lab Seized in Randolph County

RANDOLPH CO. -- Three people are facing charges after a meth bust Tuesday in Randolph County. Read More »

Restaurant Report Card: Jan. 12, 2015

WSIL -- 2014 was a rough year for the Carbondale Steak 'n Shake. Read More »

Illinois Communities Wait on Medical Marijuana

WSIL -- Investors in Illinois are still waiting for word on who will be allowed to grow and sell medical marijuana. Read More »

Nashville Takes Over Mississippi Lead

PINCKNEYVILLE -- The Nashville Hornets took over sole possession of first in the River to River Mississippi with a 50-38 win at Pinckneyville. Read More »

Unsung Hero: Pinckneyville High School Students

PINCKNEYVILLE -- Pinckneyville High School is turning a rivalry basketball game into an opportunity to help the sole survivor of a fatal plane crash. Read More »

New Payment System For Pinckneyville Hospital

PINCKNEYVILLE -- Patients at Pinckneyville Community Hospital will have to deal with changes to the hospital's payment system. Read More »

Du Quoin Hangs On To Beat Sparta

DU QUOIN -- Du Quoin played host to Sparta on Friday night. Read More »

Conceal Carry Still In High Demand

PINCKNEYVILLE -- One year ago, Illinois became the final state in the country to approve concealed weapons. Since then, thousands applied for, and got those permits. Read More »

Flu Virus Hitting Region Hard

WSIL -- More than half of all states are now reporting widespread flu activity. Nationwide, the CDC says the virus has crossed the epidemic threshold. Illinois has been dealing with a high number of cases for several weeks. Read More »

Herrin Holds Off Pinckneyville

HERRIN -- Herrin beat Pinckneyville 37-29 in the third day of the Herrin Girls Holiday Hoops tournament. Read More »

Carbondale Holiday Tournament Continued On Saturday

CARBONDALE -- Carbondale's Holiday Tournament continued on Saturday. Read More »

Holiday High School Hoops Boost Business

PINCKNEYVILLE -- This time of year, gifts and decorations are still on people's mind. But for some, the holiday season means four days of high school hoops. Read More »

Duster Thomas Hoops Classic--Day 1

PINCKNEYVILLE -- Pool play began Friday in the Duster Thomas Hoops Classic. Read More »

Carbondale Holiday Tournament--Day 1

CARBONDALE -- The 51st Carbondale Holiday Tournament opened with eight games Friday. Read More »

Sesser-Valier Holiday Tourney--Day 1

SESSER -- The 14th annual Sesser-Valier Holiday Tournament kicked off Friday. Read More »

Pinckneyville Coasts Over Anna-Jonesboro

ANNA-- Pinckneyville continued their unbeaten conference start in the River-to-River Mississippi with a 68-54 win over Anna-Jonesboro. Read More »

Fifth Annual Battle At The Center

DU QUOIN -- The fifth annual battle at the center, as part of the Power-I Lucas Oil Series took place in Du Quoin on Saturday. Read More »

Hill Named Head Football Coach At Du Quoin

DU QUOIN -- Du Quoin hired A.J. Hill as the new head football coach. He replaces Al Martin, who decided to step down as head coach at the end of this past season. Read More »

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