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Reynolds asks for Federal Disaster help for Lee, Van Buren counties

Reynolds asks for Federal Disaster help for Lee, Van Buren counties

by Scott Hardy

Damaged by storms in July

Quincy woman facing numerous Arson charges to undergo mental fitness exam

Quincy woman facing numerous Arson charges to undergo mental fitness exam

by Scott Hardy

Results for Lori Thompson may be revealed at Nov. 2 hearing

Emerald Ash Borer found in 3 more NE MO counties

Emerald Ash Borer found in 3 more NE MO counties

by Scott Hardy

MO DNR says it's in Lewis, Pike and Adair Counties

Attempted Escape Charges Filed Against Branch

Attempted Escape Charges Filed Against Branch

by Jim Dewey

Alleged he tried to leave Monroe Co Jail while being booked on Child Molestation charges

JWCC getting more support from Foundation

JWCC getting more support from Foundation

by Scott Hardy

Gave over $444,000 in last fiscal year

Drought conditions worsening in Northeast Missouri

Drought conditions worsening in Northeast Missouri

by Scott Hardy

Extreme drought conditions found in three counties

Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to murder in baby's death

Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to murder in baby's death

by Scott Hardy

Travis Wiley charged in January death, will go on trial in November

QND says they've exceeded $6M campaign fundraising goal

QND says they've exceeded $6M campaign fundraising goal

by Scott Hardy

School announces it's raised over $6.4 million for improvements

Steson Crider appeal of 2015 murder conviction denied

Steson Crider appeal of 2015 murder conviction denied

by Scott Hardy

Court rules Adams County jury was impartial, no need for change of venue

Adams County Board approves revised Animal Control ordinance

Adams County Board approves revised Animal Control ordinance

by Scott Hardy

Will give Sheriff's Dept. more leeway in enforcement

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IllinoisNewsNetwork

Quinn pushes ahead with bid for term limits for mayor in Chicago

Backers of term limits for Chicago’s mayor say they have more than enough signatures to get the question on the November ballot, but it still may not end up there.

Congressional candidate: Campaign altercation wasn't passion, it was provocation

A candidate for Congress from Springfield says she cannot forgive her opponent's staff after one of them went after her family after the State Fair this week.


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Colorado girls' bodies were submerged in crude oil 4 days

Shanann Watts' Facebook page painted a portrait of a happy married life — of a woman dedicated to her husband and their two young children.

Shootings of 3-year-old, others signal another violent Chicago weekend

A 3-year-old boy was among seven people shot in a single incident in Chicago on Friday night as the city braced itself for another weekend of bloodshed and violence.

Search underway for 3 suspects in 'ambush' shootings of 2 plainclothes detectives

Three New Jersey men have been charged in connection with this month's ambush shooting of two Camden police detectives, authorities said during a Friday news conference.

IllinoisPolicy

Rauner signs bill shedding light on school district administrative spending

The new law will bring more transparency to Illinois school districts’ administrative costs, which are among the highest in the nation.

Rauner signs bill allowing consolidation of mosquito abatement districts

With the signing of Senate Bill 2543, taxpayers could soon see savings – and more efficiency – in local government.

Rest of the nation sees 31 percent faster jobs growth vs. Illinois in 2018

Illinois experienced its sixth consecutive month of jobs growth in July, yet continues to trail the pace of growth in the rest of the nation for 2018.

Rauner signs bill preventing professional license suspension for student loan delinquencies

A new law will ensure Illinoisans don’t lose their right to practice their professions if they fall behind on student loan payments.