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Joshua A Drennan (41) Saverton MO for Disregard Traffic Control Device at 8th & Vermont. PTC Donald…

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Hannibal woman accused of chasing man with a knife

Hannibal woman accused of chasing man with a knife

by Scott Hardy

Mia Buckner, 21, arrested on Domestic Battery charge

Water main break in Carthage

Water main break in Carthage

by Scott Hardy

Entire city under 48-hour boil order

Ralls County is Work Ready

Jim Dewey

71 of Missouri's 114 counties are certified Work Ready by the state's Department of Economic Development.…

Five people arrested in two Hannibal drug busts

Five people arrested in two Hannibal drug busts

by Scott Hardy

Gregory Flowers of Hannibal, Kelly Adams of Barry held in Marion County Jail

Charges Filed Against Alleged Drug Dealer in Marion County

Charges Filed Against Alleged Drug Dealer in Marion County

by Jim Dewey

Kristopher Sponsler arrested Monday in Hannibal

State Agriculture Department to Host CAFO Meeting in Adams County

by Jim Dewey

Proposed confinement would house 5 thousand hogs

Low Unemployment Continues in Missouri

by Jim Dewey

Lowest rate of the 21st century.

Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to Cannabis Trafficking charge

Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to Cannabis Trafficking charge

by Scott Hardy

Porter Peoples to go on trial starting November 5

IL Dept of Ag still waiting on developer of Adams Co hog confinement

IL Dept of Ag still waiting on developer of Adams Co hog confinement

by Scott Hardy

Second letter sent Friday wanting answers on three issues

Hannibal Council Approves Broadway Treescape Design

by Jim Dewey

Council also sees update on water filtration project.

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Debate shows McCann could be a problem for Rauner, expert says

Gov. Bruce Rauner shouldn't be worried only about Democratic rival J.B. Pritzker in the four-way race for the governor's mansion.

Comptroller candidates talk about how to deal with Illinois' pension debt

The three candidates for Illinois comptroller say they’re committed to getting elected, but there are stark differences in what they plan to do thereafter.

Attorney general candidates debate office’s role, conflicts

Illinois voters will get a chance to pick a new attorney general in November for the first time in 12 years and the major party candidates are arguing how far conflicts of interest laws should go.

FoxNews

Maryland Rite Aid distribution center employee shot herself twice in head, diagnosed with mental illness in 2016

The shooter who gunned down three people and wounded three others before shooting herself twice in the head at a Rite Aid distribution center in Maryland had been diagnosed with a mental illness, police said.

New Jersey governor calls on sheriff to resign after 'appalling' racially charged remarks captured on tape

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy called on a sheriff to resign Thursday after he was caught on tape making racially charged remarks about African Americans and the state’s first Sikh attorney general.

Georgetown pro-choice group offers free morning-after pill at oldest Catholic college

A non-recognized pro-choice student group is providing “Plan B” free of charge to students at Georgetown University because the emergency contraception is not available on campus.

IllinoisPolicy

Lawsuit claims Chicago red-light cameras violate state law

A class-action lawsuit claims Chicago’s red-light camera program fails to provide ticketed motorists with information required by state law.

Rahm to push e-cigarette ‘sin tax’ hike, product restrictions

The proposed City Council ordinance would hike Chicago’s sales tax on liquid nicotine and mandate that stores keep vaping products below the counter.

When taxes hit home(s)

Making Illinois a more attractive state in which to plant roots is entirely within lawmakers’ control.

Manufacturer to shutter 2 Illinois plants, open $26M Indiana facility

Accepting a deal that includes $6 million in subsidies, Wynright Corporation will expand its operations in Indiana and close plants in suburban Elk Grove and Oak Lawn.