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Trial delayed for Hannibal man facing sodomy charges

Trial delayed for Hannibal man facing sodomy charges

by Scott Hardy

Prosecution granted request for delay; hearing set for Friday

Fire damages home on North 3rd

Fire damages home on North 3rd

by Scott Hardy

Faulty outlet blamed

Fomer Center, MO City Clerk to be tried in Columbia

Fomer Center, MO City Clerk to be tried in Columbia

by Scott Hardy

Case moved from Ralls County on a change of venue

FY '21 budget to have 4% increase in salaries

FY '21 budget to have 4% increase in salaries

by Scott Hardy

Due to extra pay-period

New London man jailed after Ralls County chase injures four

New London man jailed after Ralls County chase injures four

by Scott Hardy

Jeramie Charlton held on probation violation; could face more charges

Marion County officials looking for missing Hannibal man

Marion County officials looking for missing Hannibal man

by Scott Hardy

Endangered Person Advisory issued for Harrison Vessell Tuesday, is armed

Quincy police say man tried to burn down local bar

Quincy police say man tried to burn down local bar

by Scott Hardy

Bruce Dyer II is alleged to have started a fire above the Scoreboard Monday night

Mississippi, Illinois Rivers could see spring flooding again

Mississippi, Illinois Rivers could see spring flooding again

by Scott Hardy

Major flooding possible in Saverton, Clarksville

Blessing Hospital gets "4/5 stars" rating from Federal agency

Blessing Hospital gets

by Scott Hardy

Rating comes from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' "Hospital Compare" program

Lawyers for accused murder suspect want more evidence

Lawyers for accused murder suspect want more evidence

by Scott Hardy

Lawyers for Marcus Mays filed motion Friday

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Candidate Rod Blagojevich? An expert explains what former Illinois governor can do after commutation

After declaring himself a “Trumpocrat” on Wednesday, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was asked if he would vote for President Donald Trump in 2020.

Op-Ed: Trump refills swamp in Illinois as federal prosecutors try to drain it

Rod Blagojevich is back in Illinois and we are all poorer for it.

Illinois House Republicans say governor’s proposed budget holds state 'hostage'

Republicans said the governor's proposed budget was based on “pixie dust” and was designed to hold state spending “hostage” unless voters approve a $3 billion progressive income tax in November.

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California library fire that killed 1 firefighter, left 1 missing leads to arrest of 2 teens on arson, manslaughter charges

Two 13-year-olds were arrested Wednesday for starting a fire in a California public library that killed one firefighter and left another missing.

John Hinckley Jr.: Where is Reagan's would-be assassin now?

John Hinckley Jr. was the man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981. He was 25 years old when he shot Reagan outside a hotel in Washington.

Human brain specimen seized from Canada-based shipment by US Customs officers

Customs and Border Protection officers seized a human brain sent through the mail near the Michigan-Canadian border last week, the agency said. 

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Bill banning Illinoisans from pumping their own gas dies in General Assembly

After listening to voter feedback, an Illinois lawmaker tabled a bill that would have only allowed gas station clerks to pump gas in Illinois.

Illinois home to more public corruption convictions than any other state since 2000

Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s release from federal prison may be making room behind bars for other Illinois politicians. Illinois is the top state for corruption, and federal agents are busy looking for more.

Trump commutes Blagojevich’s prison sentence

The nation’s corruption capitol will see one of its most infamous political figures return home.

Illinoisans most likely to move out would see higher taxes under Pritzker plan

Other states show how a progressive income tax would likely make the Illinois exodus worse, pushing jobs and tax revenue out of Illinois.