Voters will learn next week whether a candidate for mayor will be eligible to run in the spring election, and questions about alleged political motivations for attempting to remove him from the ballot are simmering under the surface. Mike Henry says he believes the objection to his residency is politically motivated.
A local man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after he pleaded guilty last week to robbing two Carbondale businesses on the same day.
Despite reports to the contrary, the special prosecutor’s office that reviewed the 2012 death of Molly Young notified Young’s family of its decision not to file charges in the form of an email to her father this week.
A local woman faces a trio of felony charges for allegedly forging documents and stealing thousands of dollars.
A Chicago man faces a charge of forgery after he allegedly tried to pass counterfeit bills at local businesses.
Three Carbondale residents were sentenced to a combined 110 years in prison last week for violently beating a man in a hotel room.
One widely speculated candidate for mayor in next spring’s municipal election said this week that he doesn’t plan to run.
The Chamber of Commerce is urging city leaders to take action to combat panhandlers in the city’s retail areas.
Carbondale’s interim police chief says last weekend’s disturbance is not representative of SIU’s students or the weekend in general.
The man charged with threatening to blow up buildings and rape and behead students at SIU won’t be going free just yet.
Police are seeking two suspects who reportedly barged into a Carbondale home armed with guns.