Perry / Randolph

Medical Marijuana Deal Reached in Pinckneyville

PERRY CO. -- Another local community is pitching a plan to grow medical marijuana. Investors have reached a deal with Pinckneyville to try to open a cultivation center. Read More »

Beer Tickets Lead to Ethics Violations for Fair Managers

ILLINOIS -- Beer sales have landed two state fair managers in hot water. Those drinks are sold by the ticket during the fair. However, a government investigation found how those tickets were handled did not follow the state's ethics rules. Read More »

Former State Fair Manager in Trouble for Beer Tickets

SPRINGFIELD -- Managers of two Illinois state fairs have been fined for soliciting and accepting free beer tickets for the events. Read More »

Nubability Wraps Up Camp Weekend

PERRY CO. -- Dozens of kids and their families wrapped up a special camp Sunday morning. Read More »

Two Killed in Missouri Crash

PERRY CO., MO -- A southern Illinois couple has died after a fatal crash in Missouri. Read More »

Photos Lead to Charges for County Employee

PERRY CO. -- A Perry County employee is in trouble with the law after investigators say he was caught on camera stealing gas. Read More »

NubAbility Campers are Having a Ball

DU QUOIN -- A unique camp is helping kids across the country accept their bodies and exceed their own expectations. Read More »

NubAbility Camp Back in Du Quoin

DU QUOIN -- Dozens of kids living with limb differences are enjoying a special camp in Southern Illinois. Read More »

Upgrades Coming to Historic Du Quoin Theatre

DU QUOIN -- A landmark building in downtown Du Quoin is about to get an upgrade. Read More »

Kellerman Pretrial Date Set

PERRY COUNTY -- A Perry County man charged with assault and unlawful use of a weapon could face a trial this fall. Read More »

Library of Arts Keeps Art Alive

DU QUOIN -- A new program in Du Quoin is keeping art alive for kids. The organization is hosting a summer camp right now. Read More »

Clay Shooting National Championship Returns to Sparta

SPARTA -- It's a busy week at the World Shooting Complex in Sparta as more than 2,000 young skeet and trap shooters compete in the Scholastic Clay Target National Team Championships. Read More »

Coach Kill Cancer Poker Run Honors Cancer Victim

DU QUOIN -- The Coach Kill Cancer Fund Poker Run was back Saturday after a two-year break. Read More »

Fundraiser Planned for Perry-Jackson Child Advocacy Center

PINCKNEYVILLE -- Many local non-profits rely on help from the state, but because of Illinois' budget problems, that funding's not so reliable. So, groups are forced to turn to the community. Read More »

Water Bills Draw Controversy

PERRY COUNTY— Residents in Cutler are outraged by skyrocketing water rates and demand changes. Read More »

Restaurant Report Card: July 7, 2014

WSIL -- There are hundreds of places to eat in Southern Illinois. News 3 takes a closer look at what's going on in the kitchen when you sit down for your favorite meal. Read More »

Menard Prison on Lockdown After Attack

CHESTER -- Five employees at Menard Correctional Center were hurt in an inmate attack Thursday afternoon. Read More »

East Tops West in S.I.B.C.A All-Star Game

DUQUOIN-- In their final high school baseball game, the East seniors edged the West 4-2 in the S.I.B.C.A All-Star Game. Read More »

Landon Earns All-American, Riley 18th at NCAA

EUGENE, OR -- SIU freshman and Chester product Kyle Landon earned All-America honors after finishing tied for the third in the High Jump at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Herrin's Zack Riley wound up 18th. Read More »

History Making Weekend for Trico, Webber Township

PEORIA -- Webber Township and Trico each brought home second place trophies from the State Baseball and Softball championships--the best finishes in school history for both teams. Read More »

Trico Softball Rolls To 6-1 State Semi Win

PEORIA-- Trico softball won their 26th game in a row and advanced to the 1A state softball title game, with a 6-1 win over Amboy. Read More »

48th Annual Shrine Circus In Perry County

WSIL -- The 48th annual Shrine Circus promises a thrilling good time for people of all ages. Read More »

Summer Camps in Southern Illinois

WSIL -- Summer programs for kids are starting up for another year in Southern Illinois. Read More »

Trico Lady Pioneers Clinch State Semis Berth

DU QUOIN -- The Trico Lady Pioneers beat the New Athens Yellow Jackets 1-0 Tuesday, clinching a berth in the state semis. Read More »

Trico Rallies Late to Stun Goreville

COBDEN -- Down to its final strike, Trico scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to beat Goreville 2-1 to capture the Cobden 1A Sectional Championship. Read More »

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