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QPD Blotter for June 25, 2017

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Audrey Meyers, 53, Quincy for Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident on 6/23/2017 at N 18th and…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits June 12 through June 16, 2017

Adams County Clerk


Real Estate Transfers

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Adams County Clerk


In Your Backyard

The White Pages: To Nag or Not to Nag

The White Pages:   To Nag or Not to Nag

Bobbe White

Define nag: noun 1. annoy or irritate (a person) with persistent fault-finding or continuous urging. 2.…

And That's a Winner!!!

And That's a Winner!!!

Mike Moyers

We lost Jack Buck fifteen years ago......

The White Pages: On Losing Things and How to Find Them

The White Pages:   On Losing Things and How to Find Them

Bobbe White

Are you acquainted with the prayer to St. Anthony, the patron saint of all things lost? St. Anthony is…

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Warren charged in connection with son's death

Warren charged in connection with son's death

by Scott Hardy

A former Quincy woman has been charged in Kansas City, Missouri, in connection with her young son's death…

O'Shea's Bar robbed

O'Shea's Bar robbed

by Scott Hardy

Two armed robbers made off with money around 6 AM

Lee County Deputy cleared in Montrose shooting

Lee County Deputy cleared in Montrose shooting

by Scott Hardy

Iowa AG says Deputy Dakota Foley "showed great restraint"

Drowning victim in Pike County, IL identified

Drowning victim in Pike County, IL identified

by Scott Hardy

Authorities say Uriel Garcia, 20, of Burbank IL drowned in pond near Griggsville

HPD officer injured during arrest

HPD officer injured during arrest

by Scott Hardy

Jared Majors wanted on Shelby Co warrant

Crime Stoppers looking for alleged thieves at rural Burton property

Crime Stoppers looking for alleged thieves at rural Burton property

by Scott Hardy

Allegedly stole power washer, damaged home exterior

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Lawmakers debate competing workers comp measures during special session

State lawmakers debated workers' compensation reform for more than five hours this week. Illinois manufacturers and other businesses pay the highest workers' compensation costs in the Midwest and the eighth highest in the country.

House talks property taxes Friday, adjourns without taking action

Proposals for a property tax freeze took center stage in the Illinois House on the third day of a special session to try and solve Illinois' two-year-long budget impasse.

No movement on budget, tax increase, but fingers continue to point elsewhere

On the third day of special session at the Illinois state Capitol, nothing was accomplished on a budget or reforms to grow the economy, but the state’s political leaders continued to point fingers at one another.

FoxNews

Southern Utah wildfire grows, crews make slight gains

A southern Utah wildfire grew again overnight, forcing additional evacuations.

Police investigate 2 possible hate crimes against mosques

Authorities in California are investigating two possible hate crimes against Islamic centers in Sacramento and Davis.

NY officer attends graduation of girl he rescued in 2011

A Long Island police officer has attended the high school graduation of a teen he rescued from icy waters more than six years ago.

IllinoisPolicy

Cook County black population falls by 12,000 from 2015-2016

Cook County has lost nearly 50,000 black residents since the 2010 census, and the rate is accelerating.

Cook County population declines by 2,000 over 5 years, out-migration doubles

Cook County’s population has dropped by 2,030 since 2011, driven by the out-migration of over 230,000 residents, on net.

Illinois legislature passes civil asset forfeiture reform

Civil asset forfeiture reform has now cleared the Illinois General Assembly.

Day 3: Illinois House and Senate adjourn special session after only 17 minutes

Three days of special session have cost Illinois taxpayers $150,000 for less than an hour of work.

MissouriTimes

Planned Parenthood STL CEO talks abortion access, special session on TWMP

ST. LOUIS – Mary Kogut, the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood St. Louis, visited the set of This Week in Missouri Politics to discuss Gov. Eric Greitens’ special session to institute new abortion...

Audit shows state agencies are reviewing laws, finding some unnecessary regulations

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new audit report issued Friday shows that state agencies are keeping up with the statute requiring them to review their regulations. “These reviews are important because they put the...

Release: Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson Commends President Trump for New Trade Agreement Allowing U.S. Beef Exports to China

JEFFERSON CITY – Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson has commended President Donald Trump for a new agreement to allow beef producers in the United States to export their products to China, ending a nearly 14...

Major GOP donor pushes others towards Hawley for Senate run

ST. LOUIS – Another major voice of the Missouri Republican Party will support Attorney General Josh Hawley for a U.S. Senate run against incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in 2018. Multiple media outlets reported Thursday...