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Steven T Hulyz (29) Homeless for Motion to Revoke Bond at 6th & Harrison. Lodged  Caleb G Roux (32)…

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7th Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

7th Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

by Scott Hardy

Woman in her 100's passed away; 18 people hospitalized

Proposed Quincy City Council ordinance may be changed

Proposed Quincy City Council ordinance may be changed

by Scott Hardy

Amendments could be added next week before final reading

6th Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

6th Adams County resident dies of COVID-19

by Scott Hardy

Health Department announces 23 new cases Monday

Hancock County murder case delayed two months

Hancock County murder case delayed two months

by Scott Hardy

Andrew DeHaven is accused of killing his father with a hammer in February

4th COVID-19 death reported in Adams County

4th COVID-19 death reported in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

20 new positive results announced; total now 435

11 new COVID-19 cases in Adams County

11 new COVID-19 cases in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

Total now at 359

QPL to limit event attendance

QPL to limit event attendance

by Scott Hardy

Temporary restriction starts Monday

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Adams County

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

12 new cases reported Thursday; County total approaches 300

Pittsfield man to spend rest of his life in state mental institution

Pittsfield man to spend rest of his life in state mental institution

by Scott Hardy

David Sampley was found Not Guilty by reason of Insanity in 2018 death of Sharon Welch

Unemployment drops in Quincy, Adams County in June

Unemployment drops in Quincy, Adams County in June

by Scott Hardy

Rates still well above figures from 2019

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Quick hits: Illinois news in brief on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020

Remote learning could come with added costs for some

Illinois state Sen. Terry Link, suspected of wearing wire, resigns ethics post after tax evasion charge

(The Center Square) – The Illinois state lawmaker suspected of wearing a wire as part of a federal corruption investigation has resigned from a state ethics commission after he was charged with tax evasion.

Employee relief fund now available for restaurant workers

(The Center Square) – After a total shutdown for months and then capacity limits for Illinois restaurants, many employees and former employees continue to struggle.

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FBI offers $10,000 reward in search for 2-year-old girl's killer

The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrests in the shooting death of a 2-year-old Indiana girl whose funeral is set for this morning. 

North Carolina boy Cannon Hinnant, 5, laid to rest after senseless murder: You 'can't imagine what it's like'

Family and friends gathered Thursday to lay to rest a little North Carolina boy who always had a smile on his face--as the motive for his senseless murder over the weekend remained a mystery.

Parents of 2-year-old cancer patient in Chicago speak out after looters smash door, ransack Ronald McDonald House

Patients were inside the Chicago Ronald McDonald House Sunday night when looters smashed the door and broke windows, preventing a 2-year-old with cancer from leaving, his parents told "Fox & Friends" Friday.

IllinoisPolicy

‘Fair tax’ supporter indicted for tax evasion

Four long-time Illinois General Assembly members who pushed through the “fair tax” referendum have been charged with crimes. A fifth faces a bribery investigation.

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 in Illinois

This page will be updated daily to reflect developments related to the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois.

Illinois government unions give Madigan $10 million reasons to stay together

The state’s government unions have heavily funded the election committees run by longtime Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan – who then uses his influence to pass union-friendly bills.

Pritzker could have saved nearly 32,000 jobs during COVID-19 downturn

Illinois is the largest state without a short-time compensation plan, increasing the chances nearly 32,000 job losses will be permanent.