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Chicago Man Sentenced To 60 Years For Daughter’s Death

A Chicago man has just been sentenced to 60 years in prison for the 2008 stabbing death of his daughter, Mya Lyons.



Three Charged in Roxana School Shooting Hoax

Madison County prosecutor says three teens face counts of disorderly conduct over Tuesday’s incident.


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Police: Sushi Chef Stabs Co-Worker With Sushi Knife

Injured chef suffered a non-fatal stab wound to his hip. Attack happened after argument, say authorities.


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FBI Looking For Information On Man Suspected Of Sexually Exploiting Child

The FBI is asking for the public’s help in getting information on a man suspected of sexually exploiting a child.


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Woman, 24, Convicted in Dismemberment of Husband

A jury has convicted a 24-year-old central Illinois woman of murder for the dismemberment of her husband.


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Alleged Bank Bag Bandit Caught in St. Charles

24-year-old Adam Radigan is charged with first degree robbery.


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Washington Park’s Ex-Trustee Gets Probation For Fraud

A southwestern Illinois village’s former trustee who pleaded guilty to health care fraud has been ordered to spend five years on probation and repay nearly $65,000.



Traffic Stop Nets 200 Pounds of Pot

Police pulled over car, Saturday, in O’Fallon Mo.


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Man Hospitalized after Standoff in Springfield

Officers were called to home Sunday evening when a woman reported her husband was suicidal and had fired a shot in the house.


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Mo. Legislators Reconsider Food Stamps for Drug Felons

For nearly 20 years, drug felons have been barred from getting food stamps. Now, a bi-partisan bill in the Missouri legislature would return those benefits.


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William Bratton, former Commissioner of the New York Police Department and Police Chief of Los Angeles makes his remarks during the Attorney General's Urban Crime Summit in St. Louis on September 18, 2013. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is holding the wekk long meetings in Kansas City and St. Louis, featuring speakers that will help spur ideas that will eventually lower the crime rate throughout the State of Missouri. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

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