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Hannibal man indicted in Hardee's beating death

Hannibal man indicted in Hardee's beating death

by Scott Hardy

Damien Fugate indicted Wednesday; may enter plea May 6

Canton R-V to limit students' peanut exposure

Canton R-V to limit students' peanut exposure

by Scott Hardy

One student had "severe allergic reaction" earlier this week

Former Hannibal man gets life without parole in 2016 cop killing

Former Hannibal man gets life without parole in 2016 cop killing

by Scott Hardy

Trenton Forster sentenced for killing of St. Louis County police officer

Population falls in Adams, Marion Counties

Population falls in Adams, Marion Counties

by Scott Hardy

2018 population estimates released by Census Bureau

One dead in Pike County crash

One dead in Pike County crash

by Scott Hardy

Illinois State Police identify victim as Lance Bowen, 35, of Barry

Governor Pritzker names former Quincy Alderman to Prisoner Review Board

Governor Pritzker names former Quincy Alderman to Prisoner Review Board

by Scott Hardy

6th Ward Alderman Dan Brink named Wednesday

May trial for Quincy couple in kids' 2018 fire deaths delayed

May trial for Quincy couple in kids' 2018 fire deaths delayed

by Scott Hardy

Marilyn Kramer and William Brewer will now go on trial June 17

Quincy man's murder case delayed two weeks

Quincy man's murder case delayed two weeks

by Scott Hardy

Travis Wiley will be back in court May 1 after Wednesday hearing

QMG still not in compliance on three issues for new Surgery Center

QMG still not in compliance on three issues for new Surgery Center

by Scott Hardy

State Review Board staff issued supplemental report Tuesday

Quincy City Council learns about growing pension obligations

Quincy City Council learns about growing pension obligations

by Scott Hardy

By 2025, payment could be $10 million/year

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State Police director blames distracted driving for more crashes

The Illinois State Police say there is a disturbing trend in crashes, and deadly crashes, in the state.

Lyme disease cases in Illinois expected to continue to rise this year

An expert says Lyme disease cases in Illinois will likely continue to rise this year after having shown a gradual increase in recent years.

Department of Agriculture seeks $8 million to regulate recreational marijuana, if lawmakers approve it

While members of the General Assembly debate allowing recreational marijuana in Illinois, the state’s Department of Agriculture is preparing for legalization.

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Coast Guard offloads seized drugs worth $62.5M

The U.S. Coast Guard is offloading marijuana and cocaine with an estimated street value of $62.5 million dollars at The agency said in a news release that the drugs seized in international waters in the Eastern Pacific Ocean will arrive in Fort Lauderdale Thursday morning on the Coast Guard Cutter Bear, which is based in Portsmouth, Virginia.

Sri Lanka blocks social media after deadly attacks

A group that monitors internet censorship says Sri Lankan authorities have blocked most social media services in the country following the Easter Sunday attacks that killed more than 200 people.

Police kill suspect at North Carolina shopping center

North Carolina investigators are conducting a probe into the fatal shooting of a man by a police officer in the state's capital city, authorities said Sunday.

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86 Illinois counties see population loss in 2018

Fleeing residents continue to fuel population loss, with Cook County leading the nation for population decline.

Wake-up call: Illinois shrinkage makes history

The state’s punishing tax climate and ominous mountain of debt have repelled new jobs and investment. People follow.

All Illinois metro areas saw population shrink in 2018

New Census data reveal that for the first time on record, all 10 metro areas based primarily in Illinois experienced population decline.

Illinois Senate passes bill requiring kindergarten for all 5-year-olds

Lowering the compulsory age to attend school from 6 to 5 would tie Illinois for the lowest compulsory attendance age in the nation.