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Estate of woman killed in Hamel I-55 crash files seven-count suit

EDWARDSVILLE - The estate of an Alhambra woman killed in a Nov. 21 truck-car crash on Interstate 55 in Hamel has filed suit against the driver of the truck, Keller Construction of Glen Carbon and the driver's employer. The estate of Tori Rene Carroll, 20, claims that driver Mohamed Yussuf Jama was d

TELEGRAPH - 2018-01-19 01:13:37

City of Edwardsville City Council met January 16.

Here is the agenda provided by the Council: Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Welcome Citizens wishing to address Council Consent Agenda Approval of minutes of Council Meeting on January 02, 2018 Petitions and Communications Activity and Financial Reports: A. Reports of Elected and Appoin

METROEASTSUN.COM - 2018-01-19 09:02:50

One person killed in wrong-way crash on I-255

(ThinkStock) EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. - A 30-year-old South Roxana man died Wednesday evening following a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 255 in Madison County, the Illinois State Police said. According to Trooper Calvin Dye Jr., a state police spokesman, the accident occurred just after 10 p.m. on I-

FOX2NOW.COM - 2018-01-18 21:23:57

Metro East woman fights to get her murdered sister's children ba - KMOV.com

Metro East woman fights to get her murdered sister's children backMetro East woman fights to get her murdered sister's children back Updated: Thursday, January 18 2018 10:40 PM EST2018-01-19 03:40:22 GMT A Metro East woman who lost her sister after a deadly shooting says she's now lost the niece and

KMOV - 2018-01-19 06:15:00

Carlinville man killed when struck by semi

DIVERNON (Jan. 18, 2018) - Aaron R. Carr, 26, of Carlinville was killed about 1:23 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, after being struck by a semi-trailer on Interstate 55 at mile marker 78, just south of Divernon. Illinois State Police District 9 says Carr was struck by a 2000 Freightliner semi-trailer, driv

ENQUIRERDEMOCRAT.COM - 2018-01-18 09:26:19

Springfield city employee arrested for alleged prostitution, human trafficking

A Springfield man was arrested Wednesday for prostitution/human trafficking. The Springfield Police Department with help from the United States Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Marcus M. Rouse, 43, of Springfield. Police suspect Rouse to be involved in several incidents where women were

FOXILLINOIS.COM - 2018-01-18 15:19:46

CWLP employee accused of promoting prostitution, human trafficking

A 43-year-old Springfield man was arrested Wednesday on a variety of charges including promoting prostitution and human trafficking. Marcus M. Rouse, of the 2300 block of Ash Street, was arrested by Springfield detectives with the assistance of the United States Marshals Violent Fugitives Task Force

THE STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-18 19:33:47

Man held on $5 million bond for allegedly trafficking meth, other drugs

EDWARDSVILLE - A Troy man is being held in lieu of $5 million cash and a female associate is being held in lieu of $3 million after authorities found large amounts of drugs and guns in the man's house, and drugs and a gun in a car the woman was driving. Rico Hogan, 59, of the 300 block of Cobblesto

TELEGRAPH - 2018-01-18 19:09:57

Police Release Details Into Investigation That Has Led to Principal Being Placed on Leave

According to a release Thursday, Apple Valley police received a report of suspicious activity at Scott Highlands Middle School in Apple Valley on Jan. 5. That is the school at which Endicott's wife Andrea works. An employee there is alleged to have reported several instances of suspicious activity w

KSTP - 2018-01-18 23:11:00

Apple Valley police probe of husband-wife educators involves school-issued phone, iPad

Apple Valley police said Thursday the investigation involving Chris Endicott, a Lakeville principal currently on leave from his job, started after someone from his home accessed a phone and an iPad that belong to a neighboring school district where his wife is a counselor and teacher. Police also sa

PIONEER PRESS - 2018-01-19 02:08:54

What's more Minnesotan than throwing a Super Bowl party on a frozen lake?

Let Minneapolis have its fancy Super Bowl parties with Jimmy Fallon, Snoop Dogg and Justin Timberlake. Otter Tail County is going old school. Out in west-central Minnesota, they're throwing what's being billed as the world's largest Super Bowl party on ice. Pelican Bay on Otter Tail Lake will be t

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-18 11:31:00

Are state's public lands at risk?

BLOOMINGTON - Minnesotans face a threat to hunting, fishing, camping, nature photography, hiking, canoeing and nature enjoyment in general. That threat, according to the Department of Natural Resources, is the growing push to close off, sell or hinder the purchase or use of public lands. To raise aw

POST-BULLETIN - 2018-01-18 14:44:14

With rapid bus line on drawing board, developer shifts plans for site in Oakdale

With plans advancing for a new bus rapid-transit line from downtown St. Paul to the eastern suburbs, a prominent developer has placed a bet on its potential to attract housing and jobs with a land buy near a future station in Oakdale. Indianapolis-based Scannell Properties, which in recent years has

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-18 23:03:00

Super Bowl security: The game plan

MINNEAPOLIS - In just a short time, Super Bowl activities officially kick off all across the Twin Cities. Many other cities have hosted the big game, but there has never been a set up quite like Super Bowl 52. From the stadium's location in the center of a busy downtown to the sprawling events all

KARE - 2018-01-19 05:05:00

Minnesota appellate court hears arguments in case of fired Richfield police officer

The City of Richfield and the state's largest police union squared off Thursday at the Minnesota Court of Appeals Thursday over the firing of police officer Nate Kinsey. In brief oral arguments, the union defended an arbitration ruling that gave Kinsey his job back after he struck a local teenager i

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-18 19:21:00

99-year-old Vikings fan gets free Super Bowl tickets

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (CBS NEWS) -- You might say the Minnesota Vikings had a good luck charm at the game on Sunday night when they defeated the New Orleans Saints with a stunning 61-yard touchdown on the last play. And you probably saw that charm in a few of the cutaway shots during the broadcast. CBS M

WDBJ7.COM - 2018-01-19 01:03:00

Butte County man ordered to stand trial for teen's murder in 1982

VALLEJO, Calif. (BCN) - A Butte County man was ordered Wednesday to stand trial for the murder of a 14-year-old Vacaville girl in 1982. Marvin Ray Markle, 52, is charged with the bludgeoning murder of De Anna Lynn Johnson on Nov. 15, 1982. Markle, who was 17 years old at the time of the murder, was

BAYINSIDER - 2018-01-18 23:00:00

Sonoma Valley Unified School District to cut staff; will save mandated $2.5M

There were no last-minute surprises, objections or pleas Tuesday when the Sonoma Valley Unified School District board voted to chop more than $2.5 million from its budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1. The district had to make the cuts after receiving a letter in October from the

SONOMA INDEX TRIBUNE - 2018-01-19 01:56:00

Woman, 18, in serious condition after losing arm in west county crash

Sebastopol resident Amanda Odeen, 18, remained in a Santa Rosa hospital Wednesday in serious condition following Monday's crash that took her right arm. Odeen was being treated in intensive care at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, according to a hospital official. She suffered life-threatening injuries

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2018-01-18 00:19:00

January 18 Vallejo A&E Source: Hummel's hoarded harmonica heroes for 27th year

Mark Hummel has learned a few things carrying the "Blues Harmonica Blowout" tours through 26 years. First off, he's never considered calling it quits. Secondly, it's labor intensive, particularly after he keeps adding dates every year. "I've always had a good time on these tours," he said. "It does

VALLEJO TIMES-HERALD - 2018-01-18 08:00:00