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QPD Blotter for April 23, 2018

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Seth M Beatty, 20, Loraine, IL for Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor at 8th and Vermont. NTA Michael…

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Divorces and Lawsuits April 16 through April 20, 2018

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Cause of Sunday fire in Hannibal undetermined

Cause of Sunday fire in Hannibal undetermined

by Scott Hardy

HFD says they continue to investigate

Veterans Committee members want IVHQ update by Friday

Veterans Committee members want IVHQ update by Friday

by Scott Hardy

Sent letter to Governor Rauner Monday

Hydrant flushing this week in Quincy

Hydrant flushing this week in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

Numerous locations affected; slight discoloration of water possible

Two hurt, one seriously, in Adams Co crash

Two hurt, one seriously, in Adams Co crash

by Scott Hardy

Adams Co Sheriff's Office says accident happened Thursday on Highway 24

Quincy woman to plead in Sr. Center theft case

Quincy woman to plead in Sr. Center theft case

by Scott Hardy

Michelle Steffen waives right to Jury, canceling May 7 trial

Mistrial declared in Bradley Turner case

Mistrial declared in Bradley Turner case

by Scott Hardy

Trial will now be heard in Shelby County starting October 29

One person hurt in car/bike crash in Quincy

One person hurt in car/bike crash in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

QPD says accident happened at 9 AM at 16th and Kentucky

Suit against Chaddock moved out of Chicago

Suit against Chaddock moved out of Chicago

by Scott Hardy

Negligence lawsuit filed in February to be heard in Central IL District Court

JWCC won't raise tuition in 2018-19

JWCC won't raise tuition in 2018-19

by Scott Hardy

3rd time in nearly 20 years that tuition hasn't been raised

Quincy man busted for Meth Delivery

Quincy man busted for Meth Delivery

by Scott Hardy

Ryan Douglas picked up Wednesday at 24th & Locust

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AG Madigan sues Champaign bus company over allegedly racist practices

The Illinois Attorney General's Office wants to put a Champaign bus company accused of racist practices out of business.

Stephanie’s Law gets hearing, still remains in committee

Despite impassioned pleas and growing support for a measure that proponents say closes a dangerous sex offender loophole, the bill remains in committee at the Illinois statehouse.

Rauner caught in food stamp work requirement debate

Gov. Bruce Rauner has become a talking point in the argument for and against the newest welfare-to-work push in Washington.

FoxNews

Arrest of black woman at Waffle House sparks complaint

Georgia-based Waffle House Inc. on Monday defended police intervention a restaurant where a black woman's arrest, captured on video, raised questions about mistreatment.

Jury: Atlanta attorney who shot wife guilty of murder

A jury has found an Atlanta attorney who fatally shot his wife guilty of murder and influencing witnesses.

Officials: Stolen California succulents, smuggled to Asia

State wildlife officials say they uncovered an international plant heist involving thieves from Korea and China slipping into Northern California's wild landscapes to pluck succulents they then sell in a thriving black market in Asia.

IllinoisPolicy

Madigan re-elected chairman of Illinois Democratic Party

The longtime House speaker is the only state legislative leader in the nation to also serve as a party chairman.

Report: Metro East property tax rates nearly double national average

Both Madison and St. Clair County taxpayers paid a higher effective tax rate than the national average in 2017, a year which also saw continued outmigration from the region.

Former Vernon Hills village manager to receive $161K severance package

While details surrounding the ex-official’s separation with the village remain undisclosed to the public, trustees’ approval of his $161,000 severance package went unobstructed.

Round Lake Park’s police pension crisis could result in state intervention

Under Illinois law, towns that miss required pension contributions risk state intervention. In 2016, Round Lake Park paid less than 40 percent of its required pension contribution.