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Federal Disaster Aid approved for Adams, other Illinois counties

Federal Disaster Aid approved for Adams, other Illinois counties

by Scott Hardy

Governor JB Pritzker says declaration will provide help to local governments affected by spring flooding

Adams County sees first signs of West Nile Virus

Adams County sees first signs of West Nile Virus

by Scott Hardy

Sample of mosquitoes collected Wednesday in Quincy

Area drought conditions continue to lessen

Area drought conditions continue to lessen

by Scott Hardy

Possible heavy rains expected this weekend

Quincy man arrested for allegedly assaulting QPD officer

Quincy man arrested for allegedly assaulting QPD officer

by Scott Hardy

Jonathan Davis faces Home Invasion, Aggravated Battery counts

Blessing gets state OK for new Surgery Center

Blessing gets state OK for new Surgery Center

by Scott Hardy

Center to be near main campus at 12th and Spring; to be completed by January 2022

Graham to announce run for Adams County Coroner

Graham to announce run for Adams County Coroner

by Scott Hardy

Current Deputy Coroner wants to replace John Myers, who's not running

QU introduces Success by Design programs

QU introduces Success by Design programs

by Scott Hardy

Will help students graduate on time, and be ready for life after graduation

Quincy City Council narrowly approves cannabis ordinance

Quincy City Council narrowly approves cannabis ordinance

by Scott Hardy

Also approves 3% tax on sales

Quincy man arrested after being knocked out by home-owner

Quincy man arrested after being knocked out by home-owner

by Scott Hardy

Quincy police say Ryan Stanton faces Home Invasion, weapons charges

North 18th re-surfacing work starts Monday

North 18th re-surfacing work starts Monday

by Scott Hardy

Road will be closed through end of November

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Moody's: Illinoisans on hook for more than $18,000 per person in public pension debt, highest in nation

Illinoisans are on the hook for nearly $250 billion in unfunded public pension liabilities, or more than $18,000 per resident, according to a credit rating agency.

Democrat ‘encouraged’ to recommend progressive tax to reduce Illinois' high property taxes

A leading member of the Illinois Property Tax Relief Task Force said one of the outcomes could be a push to change the state’s flat income tax to one with higher rates for higher earners as a way to find…

Illinois State Fair officials reflect successes, lessons from state fair

Illinois State Fair officials touted a banner year for this year’s agricultural expo in Springfield, but they also reflected on lessons learned about selecting performers for the state fairs.

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Ohio child sex trafficking sting nabs more than 100, including church leader, ER doctor: report

More than 100 people, including a medical doctor and a church youth director, were arrested as part of a massive human-trafficking and child-sex sting operation based in central Ohio, according to a report.

Connecticut woman involved in murder of 13-year-old to be released early for good behavior

A Connecticut woman who was one of eight people sent to prison for the rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl in 1997 is getting early release for good behavior next month. 

San Diego mom arrested after 20-month-old daughter's death in parked car

A San Diego woman was arrested Thursday in connection with the death of her 20-month old daughter inside a parked car six weeks ago, according to a report.

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East St. Louis faces interception of state funds for $2.2M pension debt

The southwestern Illinois city faces high crime and poverty rates, as well as a $5.5 million budget deficit. Now, $2.2 million owed to its firefighters pension threatens to halt the flow of state funds.

Disgraced former Chicago Ald. Daniel Solis still receiving $95,000 public pension

The FBI detailed sex, drugs and corruption involving former Chicago Ald. Daniel Solis, but he is still receiving a nearly $95,000 public pension after cooperating with their probe.

Legal marijuana sales may be restricted from most of downtown Chicago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has proposed zoning changes that would keep marijuana dispensaries out of most of the downtown business district after recreational use becomes legal on Jan. 1 in Illinois.

Chicago considering ‘all-out ban’ on e-cigarettes

Chicago City Council will consider a proposal that would ban electronic cigarettes citywide amid a nationwide spike in deaths and illnesses linked to the devices.