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Photo of the day: Fly like an eagle

Photo of the day:  Fly like an eagle

By Isabel Miller, Photography and Multimedia Editor

November 14, 2019

A bald eagle takes off outside of Vienna, Illinois.

Photo of the day: Cotton candy sky over Crab Orchard Lake

Photo of the day: Cotton candy sky over Crab Orchard Lake

By Carson VanBuskirk, Staff Photographer

November 11, 2019

Sam and Marshall Phinney, of Carterville, and Layla West, of Cobden, drive their boat to the loading dock on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019, on Crab Orchard Lake.

Gallery: Veterans Day celebrations in Carbondale

Gallery: Veterans Day celebrations in Carbondale

November 11, 2019

Carbondale celebrated Veterans Day with recognition all week long.

Salukis fend off Bears for four-game winning streak

Salukis fend off Bears for four-game winning streak

By Zach Kramer, Sports Reporter

November 9, 2019

“I’m proud of our team,” Saluki head coach Nick Hill said. “I’m proud of our coaches and I’m proud of our team for coming out and executing a game plan and getting a win. Winning is tough; I say that every week and I am proud of our team continuing to learn and get better.”

Police search for three suspects after murder Saturday night

Police search for three suspects after murder Saturday night

By Staff Report, News Desk

November 3, 2019

After a man was shot and killed Saturday night, Carbondale police are searching for three suspects who are considered armed and dangerous.

Gallery: Memorial Hospital shows off skills during live trauma drill

Gallery: Memorial Hospital shows off skills during live trauma drill

By Isabel Miller

November 1, 2019

SIH Memorial Hospital plans to end the "trauma desert" in the southern Illinois region on Nov. 4 when their Level II Trauma Center designation goes live.

Settlement against drug companies benefits the state at over $240 million

Settlement against drug companies benefits the state at over $240 million

By Keaton Yates, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2019

After more than a decade, a lawsuit regarding the overpricing of prescription drugs in Illinois was settled Monday.

5-year-old girl shot in Carbondale

5-year-old girl shot in Carbondale

By Staff Report, News Desk

October 7, 2019

City of Carbondale police officers responded to a shooting on the 400 block of E. Chestnut Street around 11:26 a.m. Monday.

Gallery: Barbecue competition gets in Murphysboro’s grill

Gallery: Barbecue competition gets in Murphysboro’s grill

By Isabel Miller, Photo and Multimedia Editor

September 21, 2019

It was the 32 annual "Praise the Lard" barbecue competition in Murphysboro on Saturday.

Photo of the day: Crab Orchard clean-up

Photo of the day: Crab Orchard clean-up

By Carson VanBuskirk, Staff Photographer

September 21, 2019

Community members came together to participate in the Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge Cleanup in Marion on Saturday.

Crab Orchard tags monarchs to track migration south

Crab Orchard tags monarchs to track migration south

By Elizabeth Biernacki, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2019

“It’s very important to tag [monarchs] because it’s the only butterfly so far that the scientific community has found that does a migration round trip, for example, like birds,” Dana Malave Miller, a ranger at the park, said.

JB Pritzker grants clemency to deported combat veteran Miguel Perez

JB Pritzker grants clemency to deported combat veteran Miguel Perez

By Kallie Cox, News Editor

September 4, 2019

Illinois Governor JB. Pritzker granted clemency to combat veteran Miguel Perez Jr. on Friday, Aug. 30, according to a release from the Office of the Governor. Perez served two tours in Afghanistan as a Special Forces Mechanic before being injured in an explosion and suffering a traumatic brain injury and PTSD.

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