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Robert Fleer 79, Quincy for failure to yield.  Michael E Rees 36, Quincy for driving while license suspended.  Joshua…

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Divorces and Lawsuits: December 4th thru 8th 2017

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Real Estate Transfers November 20th thru December 8th, 2017

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New London man gets 20 years in Federal prison

New London man gets 20 years in Federal prison

by Scott Hardy

William Cashel sentenced Tuesday in St. Louis District Court

Rajner pleads Not Guilty, to go on trial in February

Rajner pleads Not Guilty, to go on trial in February

by Scott Hardy

Accused of molesting two girls in 2015

Jury selection underway in Ben Trane Trial

Jury selection underway in Ben Trane Trial

by Scott Hardy

Former Midwest Academy owner facing sex, abuse charges

Four people OK after vehicle goes into Mississippi River

Four people OK after vehicle goes into Mississippi River

by Scott Hardy

Adams County Sheriff's Office says driver able to get three daughters out

City of Quincy to use private estimate for property tax rate hike

City of Quincy to use private estimate for property tax rate hike

by Scott Hardy

State of Illinois's recommended rate was higher than 7.39% increase recommended earlier

Farthing pleads Guilty to lesser charge

Farthing pleads Guilty to lesser charge

by Scott Hardy

Admits shooting neighbors' cars, houses last August

Water main break in mid-town Quincy causing problems

Water main break in mid-town Quincy causing problems

by Scott Hardy

Water service is off until 9 PM Friday, several streets are closed

Rauner in Quincy Friday

Rauner in Quincy Friday

by Scott Hardy

Tours Rack Builders Inc., promotes reforms

Forster to go on trial in 2019, won't face death penalty

Forster to go on trial in 2019, won't face death penalty

by Scott Hardy/Associated Press

Former Hannibal Middle School student accused of killing Officer Blake Snyder in 2016

Special Prosecutors will have to testify in Lovelace suit

Special Prosecutors will have to testify in Lovelace suit

by Scott Hardy

Motion to keep Ed Parkinson and David Robinson from testifying denied

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Palmyra vs QND Tuesday, December 12 @7:15p


IllinoisNewsNetwork

Illinois lawmakers allowed to pick which harassment cases their own ethics watchdog pursues

Lawmakers in Springfield are able to tell their own watchdog whether she can pursue an investigation of one of their own. A newly selected member of that panel wants to remove that step.

Public-sector union's endorsement of Pritzker provokes criticism of fair share dues

A Democratic candidate for governor picking up the endorsement of the Illinois’ teachers’ union highlights the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME for one state representative.

Flu season has arrived in force in some Illinois communities

Illinois is not escaping the flu outbreak that has swept across parts of the country.

FoxNews

Trump to release national security strategy next week

President Donald Trump is set to unveil his first National Security Strategy next Monday.

Arkansas panel clears way for new Ten Commandments marker

An Arkansas commission has cleared the way for the installation of another Ten Commandments monument outside the state Capitol, months after a prior marker was destroyed by a man who crashed his car into the statue while livestreaming it on Facebook.

Man who gained fame for crude 'Rick and Morty' courtroom exchange gets life

A Georgia man — whose extraordinarily vulgar courtroom exchange with a judge was immortalized by the hit TV show “Rick and Morty” — has pleaded guilty but mentally ill to killing his cellmate.

IllinoisPolicy

Last day for refunds on Chicago red-light and speed camera tickets

Motorists have only hours left to seek a refund from the city of Chicago.

Hoffman Estates passes property tax hike

Seeing rising pension costs, a decline in state assistance, and a new state tax-collection fee, in 2018 the village plans to raise the property tax levy 4.9 percent and make a 1.2 percent cut to the village’s budgeted revenues, in addition to a 1.7 percent spending cut.

Forgotten Illinois: Aurora

Two sides, one city.

MissouriTimes