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Jones, Schnack among nine candidates to succeed Drummond on bench

Jones, Schnack among nine candidates to succeed Drummond on bench

by Scott Hardy

Six-member panel formed to help choose successor

Hannibal man pleads Guilty to weapons charges in Pike County,IL

Hannibal man pleads Guilty to weapons charges in Pike County,IL

by Scott Hardy

James Bell sentenced to 12 years in prison

Probable cause found against former Madison C-3 teacher in child sex case

Probable cause found against former Madison C-3 teacher in child sex case

by Scott Hardy

Ty Gramley of Columbia, MO. may enter a plea next month

Hannibal man faces drug charge after Tuesday arrest

Hannibal man faces drug charge after Tuesday arrest

by Scott Hardy

Jeffrey Anderson, 33, tried to run from cops after short chase on US 61

Quincy daycare provided appears in court on child abuse charge

Quincy daycare provided appears in court on child abuse charge

by Scott Hardy

Susan Tresch will enter a plea next month

Quincy man gets six years for role in 2018 apt shooting

Quincy man gets six years for role in 2018 apt shooting

by Scott Hardy

Louis Jenkins sentenced Monday

Interim tag removed from Mays's title

Interim tag removed from Mays's title

by Scott Hardy

Former IDES head Jeff Mays now permanent City Director of Administrative Services

Quincy man pleads Guilty to robbery charge, is sent to prison

Quincy man pleads Guilty to robbery charge, is sent to prison

by Scott Hardy

Adam Rickert received 10-year sentence during Monday hearing

City of Quincy to consider options on recreational marijuana

City of Quincy to consider options on recreational marijuana

by Scott Hardy

City Council could opt to not allow sales; could also tax sales

WIU President to step down June 30

WIU President to step down June 30

by Scott Hardy

Jack Thomas says school would be "best served by new leadership"

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Illinois tech manufacturers bullish on national economy, not on Illinois

Illinois’ tech manufacturers have a serious shortage of skilled talent and optimism about the state’s economic climate.

America's poorest city is in Illinois

For the second consecutive year, an annual report has named a town in southern Illinois as the “poorest” in America.

Census: Illinois’ cities are shrinking

Cities across Illinois are shrinking because people are moving to other states, according to U.S. Census officials.

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Police: Attorney's wife killed spouse, burned his body

Police say the wife of an Atlanta attorney shot him and then burned his remains in a wooded area on their property.

2 arrested in gun death of 5-year-old boy in Wisconsin

Police in Wisconsin say two men who dropped off a 5-year-old boy at a hospital with a fatal gunshot wound have been arrested.

Man arrested for slapping reporter's hand at Trump's rally

Authorities in Florida say a man was arrested outside the arena where President Donald Trump made his reelection announcement for trying to slap a cellphone out of a journalist's hand.

IllinoisPolicy

Pritzker’s AFSCME deal favors wealthy workers over middle class

AFSCME Council 31 recently told its members to push the Illinois General Assembly for tax rates that are “fair” for the middle class. But AFSCME’s new contract should cause its middle-class members to question whether the union holds itself to the same standard.

Illinoisans face suspended license for texting while driving under new state law

This summer, drivers in Illinois will face stiffer penalties for texting behind the wheel.

Pension costs push Metro East property taxes up, as population shrinks

Residents in Illinois’ Metro East area are fleeing a growing property tax burden, fueling regional population loss.

Illinois one of few states limiting freedom to choose fireworks on Independence Day

Illinois residents are denied the legal celebration of at least one freedom on July 4, but take their fireworks dollars to every border state to ignore the law.