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Tornado damage in Montgomery County, Illinois, including Country Classic Cars
ILLINOIS (KMOV.com) - A tornado reportedly touched down in several cities in Montgomery County in Illinois and left behind a trail of damage Saturday afternoon.
County Board Approves New Potential Home For 911
Newly elected members of the Montgomery County Board were officially sworn into office on Monday, Dec. 3. Following their regular monthly meeting on Dec. 11, the board took an official photo including its newest members. Pictured above, in front, from the left are David Loucks, Jeremy Jones, Sandra
Endangered missing person in Montgomery County
MONTGOMERY CO., Ill. (WICS/WRSP) — An endangered missing persons alert has been activated for 75-year-old Gary Lindsay.
Home saved: Holiday Shores and other fire departments attack morning garage blaze
HOLIDAY SHORES - Quick action and valiant attacks by local firefighters have again kept people and property safe in Holiday Shores. Holiday Shores Fire Department received a call to a rural Holiday Shores address at 6:58 this morning and when they arrived, there was a blazing fire in the non-attache
Portion of I-70 closing north St. Louis Friday night
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A portion of Interstate 70 north of St. Louis City will close Friday night. The lanes will close in both directions between Salisbury and Madison starting at 8 p.m. so crews can remove the pedestrian bridge over the interstate north of Madison Street. During the closure, the S
Drivers will face detours on I-70 this weekend
ST. LOUIS • MODOT plans to shut down a section of Interstate 70 in north St. Louis this weekend to remove a pedestrian bridge over the highway near Madison Street. Drivers are advised to use Interstates 64, 55, and 44, or take Metro as an alternative to travel downtown or to Illinois.
Madison County foreclosures Nov. 27-29
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY V. JOHN D. REYNOLDS, SHAWN REYNOLDS, $82,870.64, 143 W WASHINGTON ST., COLLINSVILLE. 18CH652. QUICKEN LOANS, INC. V. WILLIAM GARNER PERIGO, JR., KERRI R. HALCOM, $289,033.13, 2232 WILDWOOD DRIVE, GLEN CARBON. 18CH653.
Lydia Roller, sophomore, Staunton
Illinois Class 1A state runner-up, and her personal-best time of 17:18.16 was the second-fastest by any area runner at the state meet, behind only All-Metro runner of the year Jenna Schwartz of Waterloo (17:14.67). Roller's time also was the third-best 3-mile performance of the season for area compe
Rewards offered for two accused of violent crimes
As the week nears its end, the Alton Police Department says it hopes a monetary incentive will help locate two individuals, both wanted for violent crimes. The department is sponsoring a reward of $500 for information leading to the arrest of Antonio R. Perkins. Perkins is actively wanted for one co
Granite City is making steel again, but many are still struggling this holiday season
Salvation Army bell-ringer David Burks was making a joyful noise in front of the Granite City Walmart on a recent Friday morning. He greeted everyone who passed his red kettle, whether they dropped in pennies or a folded dollar bill or hurried by without a glance.
Man sues healthcare providers over father's death
EDWARDSVILLE — A man's wrongful death suit accuses several healthcare providers of failing to regularly perform neurological checks prior to his father's death. Tony Rujawitz, as independent executor of the estate of Daniel Rujawitz, filed a complaint on Nov. 27 in the Madison County Circuit Court a
Patient voluntarily dismisses suit alleging colon infection from overprescribed antibiotics
A patient has voluntarily dismissed several dentists and their practices in a suit alleging she suffered a colon infection after being prescribed various antibiotics in an effort to treat infections.
East St. Louis man beat, choked girlfriend after looking through her cellphone, police say
EAST ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) - An East St. Louis man accused of looking through his girlfriend's phone then allegedly beating her afterwards was arrested, authorities say. On Oct. 14, officers arrived to the 1600 block of Bond Avenue after a woman called for help. Once they arrived, the woman told offi
Motorist alleges injuries from rear-end collision
EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver for allegedly causing a rear-end collision. Dawn White filed a complaint on Nov. 30 in the Madison County Circuit Court against Pamela Bauer, alleging she breached her duty to exercise due care and caution.
Adoptable pets of the week: Debbie, Staley, Dallas, Daisy
Here are this week’s Animal Protective League pets of the week. For more information on these and other animals available for adoption, visit www.apl-shelter.org or call 544-7387.
Weeks after the California fires, a woman and her loyal dogs are reunited at their home’s remains
Dogs’ loyalty to their masters and homes are the stuff of legend. And here’s more heartwarming proof. It’s a dog story with a happy ending from the site of California’s Camp Fire, which started November 8 and eventually killed 85 people and destroyed thousands of homes.
Lady Cavaliers fall to Hiltoppers, rebound against Panthers
Carlinville holds North Mac to just two points in the second half. With a tough loss to Hillsboro in the rearview mirror, the Carlinville Lady Cavaliers started a new winning streak by completely dismantling county rival North Mac on Monday.
Man airlifted to hospital after hitting tree
FAYETTE COUNTY, Ill. (WAND) - A man is in the hospital after he left the roadway and struck a tree. A box truck driven by 28-year-old Mark Mullen of Aurora, CO left the roadway and collided with a tree after traveling 500 feet.
One Airlifted to St Louis in Fayette County Crash
FAYETTE COUNTY, IL-(Effingham Radio)- One person was airlifted to St Louis following an accident that occurred in Fayette County on Sunday morning. According to a report from the Illinois State Police, the accident occurred on US Route 40, approximately 3,461 feet west of CR 100E, at 12:29am.
Madison County warns about "too good to be true" internet scams
ALTON – At least two people have experienced a potential scammer responding to their classified advertisements on Riverbender.com. Lieutenant Kris Tharp of the Madison County Sheriff's Office, who also directs Triad, an investigative body and service for seniors keeping alert on scams in Madison Cou