New questions are surfacing about how SIU student Pravin Varughese died after Carbondale’s police chief said Monday that reports of the 19-year-old having no substances in his system are “not accurate.” Addressing questions, Police Chief Jody O’Guinn said recent reports from local media are “another falsity that not everybody understands.”
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The last person to see SIU student Pravin Varughese alive told an Illinois State Police trooper just moments afterward that Varughese had punched him in the face and fled from his vehicle, according to State Police documents obtained Friday.
For a second time, Giant City School District Voters turned down a tax referendum March 18.
Two men have been sentenced to terms in prison after pleading guilty to breaking into a Carbondale liquor store late last year.
The City Council on Tuesday approved a quarter-percent increase in the city’s home rule sales tax to help counteract what city staff says is a $1 million budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year.
Voters from across Jackson County and the state turned out for Tuesday’s primary election, setting the stage for the general election to come in November.
The Carbondale Park District unanimously gave the go-ahead last week for the preliminary plans on the city’s highly anticipated outdoor aquatic center.
Since Illinois became the final state to pass a concealed-carry handgun law last summer, half of the state’s voters say they feel less safe than before.
The sixth-annual Men’s Health Conference will take place Saturday, March 22 at John A. Logan College in Carterville.
A pair of surprise retirement announcements capped off a busy meeting of the John A. Logan College Board of Trustees Feb. 25.