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QPD Blotter

QPD Blotter for September 25, 2018

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Jayden R Hise (19) for poss. of drug paraphernalia and poss. of cannabis at 11/Jersey. NTA Thomas D…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits September 3 through September 7, 2018

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Mendon man shot by 4-year old

Mendon man shot by 4-year old

by Scott Hardy

Adams County Sheriff's Office treating incident as accidental

Probable Cause found against Hannibal man on four of six child-sex counts

Probable Cause found against Hannibal man on four of six child-sex counts

by Scott Hardy

Robert Branch may enter a plea next month

Tody is National Voter Registration Day.

by Jim Dewey

Are you registered?

Quincy City Council accepts $120,000 IDOT grant to study downtown traffic

Quincy City Council accepts $120,000 IDOT grant to study downtown traffic

by Scott Hardy

Want to know effect proposed new Memorial Bridge at York Street would have

QPD defuse potential deadly incident on riverfront

QPD defuse potential deadly incident on riverfront

by Scott Hardy

Man with a gun was parked at All America Park

A Look at the 2018 Harvest

by Jim Dewey

View From the Tractor Brought to you by Compeer Financial.

3 Charged with Dangerous Offenses in Marion County

3 Charged with Dangerous Offenses in Marion County

by Jim Dewey

County Prosecutor David Clayton announced charges Sunday

Hannibal woman accused of chasing man with a knife

Hannibal woman accused of chasing man with a knife

by Scott Hardy

Mia Buckner, 21, arrested on Domestic Battery charge

Water main break in Carthage

Water main break in Carthage

by Scott Hardy

Entire city under 48-hour boil order

Ralls County is Work Ready

Jim Dewey

71 of Missouri's 114 counties are certified Work Ready by the state's Department of Economic Development.…

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Illinois DNR: Deer hunters need to be aware before deer season begins

Illinois' Department of Natural Resources is telling deer hunters about a few changes for the 2018 deer hunting season.

Critics threaten litigation over rollout of Illinois’ automatic voter registration

Voting rights advocates critical of how Illinois has rolled out automatic voter registration say they're considering a lawsuit because the implementation of the law is behind schedule, but Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White said he won't be intimidated by…

Illinois legislative leaders have millions in campaign cash, few challengers

Illinois’ political leaders have far more money in their war chests than leaders of any other state.

FoxNews

AP: Despite shootings, states return to familiar patterns

Shortly after last year's shooting massacre on the Las Vegas strip, Ohio Gov. John Kasich convened a working group to explore possible reforms to state gun laws.

Pit bull formerly used in fighting ring joins Virginia police department

At one time, a 3-year-old pit bull’s life was contained to a fighting ring in Canada. But three years years later, the young pup has been given a new lease on life, training to become an official K-9 officer.

Latest: Woman denies she told inmate she strangled baby

The Latest on the trial of William Hoehn, who is charged with conspiracy in the killing of a pregnant woman whose baby was cut from her womb (all times local): 11:45 a.m.

IllinoisPolicy

St. Clair County approves 5 percent property tax levy hike

The county board approved a $3.5 million property tax levy increase for 2019.

Southern Illinois municipal pensioners have collected more than $500M in benefits over last 20 years

Despite regional struggles and a shrinking population, taxpayers in southern Illinois have been saddled with rapidly growing pension costs.

States with a progressive income tax more vulnerable to fiscal shocks

Despite finding favor among some politicians and political candidates in Illinois, states with a progressive income tax are more vulnerable during recessions than flat-tax states.

Illinois residents will pay additional online sales tax starting Oct. 1

As a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., most online purchases in Illinois will now be subject to automatic collection of the state’s 6.25 percent use tax.