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School superintendents push for Illinois school funding fix

School superintendents from central and southern Illinois are pushing legislators to reach an agreement on overhauling the state's school funding formula. Several spoke in Springfield Wednesday, the day they were … Click to Continue...

Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in Illinois

August 19, 2017 The (Springfield) State Journal-Register General Assembly needs to override veto of Debt Transparency Act The state of Illinois, as of Friday, owed its vendors about $14.7 billion. … Click to Continue »

CrossBreed® Set to Attend New Carry Guard Show

August 25th-27th at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee SPRINGFIELD, MO – CrossBreed® Holsters, a leading manufacturer in the category of concealed carry, will be among several hundred industry professionals of firearms, concealment, storage and home defense solution manufacturers for the debut of the Carry Guard Show. Show More Summary

Here’s Your Chance to Cop the World’s First Basketball Sneakers

Before Air Jordans, there was the Colchester Rubber Co. In 1891, Dr. James Naismith coined the phrase “basket-ball” to describe a new sport he had created in Springfield, Massachusetts. Only 50 miles away, Colchester Rubber Company was producing rubber shoes from a factory based out of Colchester, Connecticut, and this company is believed to have […]

Watch the Total Solar Eclipse on These TV Shows If You Can't See it in Real Life

A total solar eclipse on "The Simpsons" once brought "Star Trek's" Leonard Nimoy to Springfield.

M&P®15T Rifle Now Available with Crimson Trace® LiNQ™

Now Shipping M&P15T with M-LOK rifle with Award-Winning Crimson Trace LiNQ SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (August 17, 2017) – Smith & Wesson Corp. announced today that it has collaborated with Crimson Trace Corporation to introduce its new M&P15T rifle complete with a factory installed Crimson Trace LiNQ laser sight and light system. Show More Summary

EXCHANGE: Teens learn about being a police officer

Ever since he could remember, Terrence Cypress has wanted to wear a uniform and a badge. When the 15-year-old Springfield High School sophomore heard that the Springfield Police Department was … Click to Continue »

ARCA: Grant Enfinger wins in Springfield

FROM ARCARACING.COM SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (Aug. 20, 2017) — With a weekend away from his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series duties, Grant Enfinger opted for an ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards adventure at the Illinois State Fairgrounds mile dirt and turned it into a storybook ending. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

The Haily Owens Murder Case

In February 2014, ten-year-old Haily Owens was a fourth grade student at Westport Elementary School in Springfield, Missouri, a town in the southwestern part of the state. At four-thirty on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 18, 2014, Haily, after visiting a school friend, walked along West Lombart Street on her way home. Show More Summary

Police official placed on leave amid evidence room probe

The second-in-command at a Massachusetts police department has been placed on indefinite leave amid an investigation into procedures with the department's evidence room. West Springfield's mayor and the city's police … Click to Continue »

William Keil Winner of CMP/Springfield M1A Match at Camp Perry

By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer CAMP PERRY, Ohio – Overtaking the Springfield M1A Match fired at the 2017 National Rifle Matches was William Keil, 46, of Omaha, NE, with a score of 377-6x. He initially thought his score was only average – never dreaming that he could be the champion of the event. Show More Summary

Illinois Democrats gather in Springfield, but not at fair

Illinois Democrats are gathering for the annual Illinois State Fair campaign rally — without stopping at the fair. The focus for state Democrats on Thursday will be on a morning … Click to Continue »

Cop Accused of Mocking Charlottesville Victims in Facebook Post: Reports

Conrad Lariviere with the Springfield Police Department in Massachusetts is accused of writing "Hahahaha love this, maybe people shouldn't block roads."

Massachusetts police officer under investigation after defending Charlottesville white supremacist rally

A Springfield, Massachusetts police officer is under investigation after he commented, "Hahahaha, love this," in response to a story posted to Facebook about the death of a 32-year-old woman mowed down by a car that plowed into a group of people protesting an alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Show More Summary

Liam Gallagher performed new single "For What It's Worth" on 'Colbert' (watch)

Liam Gallagher's debut solo album, As You Were, is out October 6 and he recently shared new single "For What It's Worth" which is not a Buffalo Springfield cover but an arm-waving ballad very much in the "Don't Look Back in Anger" mode... Continue reading…

Conrad Lariviere Fired? Springfield Cop’s Facebook Photos: ‘Hahahaha Love This – People Shouldn’t Block Roads’

Conrad Lariviere is a police officer who is feeling the heat for a Facebook comment that the cop wrote in the wake of the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer at the hands of James Alex Fields, Jr. According to MassLive.com, LariviereShow More Summary

Missouri man charged in cat death hid weapon in jail cell

A southwest Missouri man accused of the dragging death of a cat has also been accused of having a makeshift weapon in his jail cell. The Springfield News-Leader reports that … Click to Continue »

Police officer under fire for alleged 'love this' post regarding fatal crash in Charlottesville

A Springfield, Massachusetts police officer is under fire, and possibly investigation, for his alleged Facebook post regarding those harmed by a driver who plowed his car into a group of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

‘Hahahaha love this’: Cop praises white nationalist running over protesters — then claims he’s ‘not a racist’

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A police officer stationed in Springfield, Massachusetts reacted to the news that a suspected white nationalist used his car to kill one protester and injure at least 19 other people. “Hahahaha love this, maybe people shouldn’t block roads,” Officer Conrad Lariviere wrote on...

Officer shoots, wounds suicidal man in Springfield

Authorities say an officer has shot and wounded a man who pointed a rifle at responding officers after calling 911 to report that he wanted to commit suicide. Springfield police … Click to Continue »

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