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QPD Blotter for July 19, 2018

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Troy G Smith 62, 527 Broadway for peace disturbance. Ann Kirlin 53, Liberty, IL for uninsured vehicle…

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Jenkins to take chances at trial next month in attempted murder case

Jenkins to take chances at trial next month in attempted murder case

by Scott Hardy

Turned down plea deal at Wednesday afternoon hearing

August trial date in 2015 Quincy murder case stricken

August trial date in 2015 Quincy murder case stricken

by Scott Hardy

Steven Gavin's defense can't find cell phone expert; hearing set for August 15

Adams County Sheriff's Office makes two arrests involving child victims

Adams County Sheriff's Office makes two arrests involving child victims

by Scott Hardy

32-year old Brian Ellis, 36-year old Dorina Heiden charged in separate incidents

Hannibal to conduct riverfront Mussel study

Hannibal to conduct riverfront Mussel study

by Jim Dewey

City also buying 11 new police cruisers

More details in alleged Hannibal shooting

More details in alleged Hannibal shooting

by Scott Hardy

Seth Emerson alleged to have shot dog Tuesday morning, bullet hit his younger brother

Beaver trial delayed to September

Beaver trial delayed to September

by Scott Hardy

One of two suspects in March shooting at Quincy apartment complex

MO Supreme Court sides with Grain Belt Express

MO Supreme Court sides with Grain Belt Express

by Scott Hardy

Rules unanimously to overturn PSC ruling on high-voltage power line

QFD gets $382,000 Federal grant

QFD gets $382,000 Federal grant

by Scott Hardy

Augusta FPD also gets $150,000

McKenzie plea delayed to Friday

McKenzie plea delayed to Friday

by Scott Hardy

Expected to plead Guilty to one count of Murder in 2015 death

Hannibal man arrested in early-morning shooting

Hannibal man arrested in early-morning shooting

by Scott Hardy

HPD say 17 year old and a dog were shot during argument Tuesday

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Illinois town sees residents sell homes for seven figures in high numbers

More residents of an Illinois town have flipped their homes for seven figures since the turn of the century than nearly every city in America, including Chicago.

Months before Election Day, some voters get a new state rep

Some northern Illinois residents have new representation in Springfield.

Op-Ed: Work requirement should be mandatory for healthy Medicaid recipients

Requiring healthy, childless welfare recipients to work – or undergo job training – to continue receiving taxpayer-funded benefits is practical.

FoxNews

Pennsylvania Army depot explosion leaves at least 3 injured, officials say

At least three people were injured Thursday in an explosion at a Pennsylvania Army depot that houses missiles and ammunition, officials said.

Two Alabama police officers injured in pursuit of carjacking suspects

Two Alabama police officers were injured Thursday while pursuing a pair of carjacking suspects, authorities said.

$63G found in ceiling at home of priest charged with embezzling millions, police say

If a Michigan priest had taken a vow of poverty, his million-dollar home -- and the $63,000 in cash that authorities said they found above the basement ceiling tiles -- might have been signs that he had broken it.

IllinoisPolicy

Outgoing Lake Forest official poised to collect large pension following Amtrak lobbying scandal

Months after an investigation found Lake Forest’s city manager to have squandered $200,000 on unauthorized lobbying payments, the north suburban official announced plans to retire next year.

Amid cuts to school band program, Norridge-area taxpayers fund 59 district employees making over $100K

Duplicative school districts and an excess of publicly funded six-figure salaries have educated Norridge-Harwood Heights taxpayers on the benefits of consolidation.

Push to repeal Illinois’ fireworks ban gains momentum

A petition to repeal Illinois’ fireworks ban has garnered more than 7,000 signatures, as lawmakers in the General Assembly throw their support behind a bill that would do just that.

Just 20% of AFSCME Council 31 spending goes toward representing workers

The union’s own reporting shows only 20 percent of its overall spending is on “representational activities,” which should cause members to question what they are paying for.