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Gregory V. Cantrell (56) for Improper Lane Use and Operating Uninsured Vehicle. NTA Penny A. Beers (42)…

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Divorces and Lawsuits January 8 through January 12, 2018

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American Red Cross Issues Critical Appeal For Blood

American Red Cross Issues Critical Appeal For Blood

by Jim Dewey

Visit redcrossblood.org.

Body of dead man found Sunday near Liberty identified

Body of dead man found Sunday near Liberty identified

by Scott Hardy

Adams Co Sheriff's Office says Kyle Altgilbers, 24, was electrocuted

Illinois, Louisiana promote invasive fish as healthy food source

Illinois, Louisiana promote invasive fish as healthy food source

Marcela Cartagena for IL Lt. Gov.

Illinois Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti joined partners from Illinois and Louisiana at a luncheon in Champaign…

Quincy City Council approves $24,000 in overtime for firefighters at QRA

Quincy City Council approves $24,000 in overtime for firefighters at QRA

by Scott Hardy

Will include more voices in issue in future.

February 7 hearing set in Springfield over Vets Home

February 7 hearing set in Springfield over Vets Home

by Associated Press / Scott Hardy

State Sen. Tom Cullerton says joint hearing will be held; also wants correspondence

Adams County Sheriff's Office conducting death investigation near Liberty

Adams County Sheriff's Office conducting death investigation near Liberty

by Scott Hardy

Body of 24-year old man found Sunday afternoon

Three Hannibal residents face drug trafficking charges

Three Hannibal residents face drug trafficking charges

by Scott Hardy

"Substantial quantity" of meth found, along with pot, pills, money and a loaded gun

Hannibal man charged after early Sunday morning shooting incident

Hannibal man charged after early Sunday morning shooting incident

by Scott Hardy

Patrick McGee accused of first pointing gun at woman's head before firing in air

Four arrested in Sunday morning drug raid in Quincy

Four arrested in Sunday morning drug raid in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

QPD say two remain in jail; three children removed from home

Hobson pleads Not Guilty, to go on trial in March

Hobson pleads Not Guilty, to go on trial in March

by Scott Hardy

Accused of hitting girlfriend with a hand gun Dec. 23

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Lawmakers push to give one of Illinois' most highly taxed counties the ability to cut property taxes through consolidation

Illinois lawmakers are looking to reduce the number of governmental bodies in one of the most high-tax counties in the state

Congressman: Politics, not policy at heart of government shutdown

Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Senate reached an agreement to temporarily reopen federal government services.

State lawmaker says now is the time for Illinois to push forward on gaming expansion

Senate Bill 7 would permit the creation of new casinos in Chicago, south suburban Cook County, northern Lake County, Danville, Rockford, and Williamson County.

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5 missing employees after Oklahoma rig explosion presumed dead, official says

The five employees reported missing after an Oklahoma rig explosion on Monday are presumed dead, officials said on Tuesday.

The Latest: Florida to seek death penalty in serial killings

The Latest on prosecutors seeking the death penalty for a Florida man accused of randomly killing four people in a Tampa neighborhood (all times local): 10:55 a.m.

Embattled Maine town manager fired after white supremacist firestorm

A Maine town manager who sparked intense controversy for his statements blasting Islam and promoting voluntary racial segregation has been fired.

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Illinoisans saw jobs growth plummet after 2017 tax hike

Illinois' jobs growth trailed that of the nation during the first half of 2017, then slowed to a halt in the wake of the General Assembly's record-breaking tax hike.

Former Markham mayor pleads guilty for part in $300,000 bribery scheme

The agreement stated former Markham Mayor David Webb steered city projects to those who bribed him.

Naperville aims to raise taxes on cellphones, Airbnb

Illinois' fifth-largest city is moving to raise taxes on telecommunications and hotels, and fold homesharing into the latter.

‘Right to strike’ being used against West Chicago taxpayers and students

Illinois has enshrined a "right to strike" in state law, effectively giving government worker unions the power to shut down government services to get what they want. The latest example: A teachers' union in West Chicago may go on strike in February to force 22 percent pay raises over the course of the next contract.