Despite recent letters from the Attorney General’s Office directing police to provide records related to Molly Young’s 2012 death to her father, law enforcement agencies have made little to no progress toward actually doing so. “Why is there such a deceitful, lying atmosphere among the people in charge of this case?” Larry Young asked.
The man who leveled a series of threats against SIU in 2012 and 2013 pleaded guilty to four charges last week in federal court.
A 23-year-old Carbondale man has pleaded guilty to an aggravated DUI charge stemming from an incident last year in which a bicyclist was killed.
In a seven-page finding dated July 24, 2015, an attorney from the office of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office concluded in no uncertain terms that Carbondale PD violated the law.
A house of cards that started falling when a Carbondale property owner drew the scrutiny of investigators has continued, most recently, with a Florida man being sentenced to prison on a count of extortion.
Carbondale has been named among the state’s top 10 commuter cities by a website offering consumer insurance analysis.
The city council has voted to permanently lift restrictions on Halloween in Carbondale that have stood, in one form or another, for two decades.
A program that allowed Carbondale Police officers to visit informally with students in the city’s elementary schools has been suspended.
A Carbondale man faces multiple charges after an incident Friday in which he allegedly injured two police officers.
The former director of the Carterville High School band will be sentenced later this year for using his cell phone to take inappropriate pictures of a teenage girl.
A proposal to loosen the residency requirements for top city employees is unlikely to go before the city council at next week’s meeting.