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The City of Clinton, and sections south of the city, went without power early Wednesday afternoon. Ameren customers lost power at 12:25 Wednesday afternoon. Power was restored to those who lost power, more
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One local car dealership will be assisting the local YMCA with test drives Thursday afternoon. Baum Chevrolet Buick in Clinton will be showing their support for the Clinton YMCA's Youth Indoor more
The spouse of a DeWitt County Office holder is currently being charged with a pair of Class-A Misdemeanor drug crimes. Task Force Six investigated Circuit Clerk Pam Barnes' husband, 62-year old Jeff more
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With most of the 2014 fall sports seasons wrapped up already, the Clinton Board of Education Tuesday night took time to recognize those who stood out this past season. The Clinton Junior High School more
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Residents in the southwest area of the City of Clinton this week may be hearing loud noises like shots fired from a gun. Over the past month, local authorities have been getting complaints from more
Champaign and University of Illinois police are urging people to travel in pairs following a string of attacks on campus. According to reports, Champaign Police Lt. Jim Clark said Monday the two more
A central Illinois man has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a girl in 2007. According to reports, 41-year-old Hector Rosas of Rantoul entered the plea in Champaign County court to one count of more
Douglas County authorities say at least one person has been hospitalized and a horse has been fatally injured after a crash involving a buggy and two other vehicles. According to reports, Douglas more
A man convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two Springfield police officers in 1985 is getting out of prison next week. Reports indicate the state Parole Board says 51-year-old more
Police have arrested a man who they say wore a gorilla mask to rob a Washington gas station at knifepoint. Reports indicate a 28-year-old Eureka man was in the Tazewell County Jail on Tuesday. He more
Democratic U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis are set to meet for the first debate of the U.S. Senate race. The candidates are scheduled to face off Wednesday at a debate more
Three male students at SIU are on interim separation from the university.  Officials say they may be behind a sexual assault that happened at Neely Hall on Sunday.  The victim is not a more
State Rep Raymond Poe is scheduled to have a stem cell transplant to replace his bone marrow.  He has a rare blood condition and has been receiving transfusions to offset his low-production of more
When Halloween falls on a Friday in communities where high school football is king, it's time to reschedule the holiday. Many U.S. cities and counties are moving their door-to-door rituals this year more
Vice President Joe Biden is the latest political heavy weight to campaign in Illinois. The vice president is expected to attend a rally in support of Democratic U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider on more
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