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John King (58) 633 Oak for cruelty to animals at 9th and State. NTA Tricia Johnson (50) 200 Maine #218…

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Authorities continue search for missing swimmer at Mark Twain Lake

Authorities continue search for missing swimmer at Mark Twain Lake

by Scott Hardy

MSHP says 17-year old went missing around 7 PM Friday

Former WIU Student accused of defrauding Amtrak

Former WIU Student accused of defrauding Amtrak

by Scott Hardy

Justice Department says Ryan Minter, 23, used stolen credit card info to buy tickets

MO Counties Considered for Disaster Declaration

by Jim Dewey

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to the state of Missouri’s request to consider expanding…

Illinois Gathering Flood Damage Reports

Illinois Gathering Flood Damage Reports

by Jim Dewey

Illinois State Senator Jil Tracy is asking all Illinois citizens affected by spring and summer flooding…

Quincy home of former Sate Rep, lobbyist raided by FBI

Quincy home of former Sate Rep, lobbyist raided by FBI

by Scott Hardy

Chicago Tribune reports raid of Mike McClain's home happened in May

Missouri approves 5-year state highway, bridge plan

Missouri approves 5-year state highway, bridge plan

by Scott Hardy

MoDOT plan includes projects in Northeast Missouri

JWCC Trustees Approve Balanced Budget, Tuition Freeze and Strategic Plan for 2020 Fiscal Year

JWCC Trustees Approve Balanced Budget, Tuition Freeze and Strategic Plan for 2020 Fiscal Year

by Jim Dewey

The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees has approved a $15.54 million dollar balanced budget…

$24 million to expand rural broadband coming to Western IL

$24 million to expand rural broadband coming to Western IL

by Scott Hardy

Money from FCC's Connect America Fund going to Adams, Brown Hancock, Cass, Schuyler and three other counties

Former Good Sam chaplain pleads Not Guilty to sexual assault charges

Former Good Sam chaplain pleads Not Guilty to sexual assault charges

by Scott Hardy

James Riley set to go on trial September 9

Missouri wants Feds to expand Disaster help in NEMO

Missouri wants Feds to expand Disaster help in NEMO

by Scott Hardy

Wants an Individual assessment done in Marion County

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Bill eliminating medical copays for prisoners sent to governor

A similar measure died last year when then-Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed it, but proponents hope Gov. J.B. Pritzker will sign House Bill 2045, which eliminates prisoner copays for medical care.

Rockford Police log most DUI arrests outside Chicago

An annual survey has revealed information about drunken driving arrests across Illinois.

By the numbers: Illinois ranks 11th best for police officers

Illinois was ranked 11th in a WalletHub.com study showing which of the 50 states and the District of Columbia are the best places for police to work.

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Florida woman accused of aggravated assault after being refused pizza slice

Police in Florida say a woman was arrested this week and accused of aggravated assault when she attacked another woman who denied her a slice of pizza.

Missing Minnesota toddler found cruising on toy tractor at county fair

A Minnesota family received a big scare on Thursday when they realized their two-year-old had gone missing, only to find out the young explorer escaped the confines of their home on a toy tracker, ending up at a local fair two blocks away.

Border agents use tear gas to stop nearly 50 undocumented migrants who stormed Rio Grande bridge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents had to use tear gas and pepper spray early Saturday to stop nearly 50 “undocumented individuals” from illegally entering the U.S.

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Illinois home values down 21%, property taxes up 9% since 2007

Without serious property tax relief – including pension reform – it is likely fewer will demand planting roots in Illinois.

FBI raids home of Madigan confidant in third search surrounding the speaker

Do federal authorities have their sights set on the longest-serving state legislative leader in American history?

Illinois state lawmakers among highest paid in nation

The Illinois General Assembly passed budget that included a $1,600 pay raise for state lawmakers, who already rank among the nation’s highest paid.

Feds raid former Chicago alderman’s home in search of Madigan records

The raid on retired Chicago Ald. Michael Zalewski is the latest indication federal authorities could be building a case against the nation’s longest-serving speaker.