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Bond for Quincy man accused of murder set at $5 million

Bond for Quincy man accused of murder set at $5 million

by Scott Hardy

Christopher Huckstep due in court Friday afternoon

Pittsfield man may enter plea in 2018 murder case later this month

Pittsfield man may enter plea in 2018 murder case later this month

by Scott Hardy

Any trial for David Sampley won't happen for months

Quincy man gets 8 years in child-molestation case

Quincy man gets 8 years in child-molestation case

by Scott Hardy

Emmanuel Yisreal pleaded Guilty to one count of Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault of a victim under 13

Identities released in Quincy shooting

Identities released in Quincy shooting

by Scott Hardy

Christopher Huckstep, 51, charged with 3 counts of 1st Degree Murder

Graves: Impeachment has brought House business to a stop

Graves: Impeachment has brought House business to a stop

by Scott Hardy

Made comments on Wednesday's News Round Table

Chamber names Conover, Gerdes to Business Hall

Chamber names Conover, Gerdes to Business Hall

by Scott Hardy

Both will be inducted January 15

One being held in fatal Quincy shooting

One being held in fatal Quincy shooting

by Scott Hardy

QPD says shooting happened in 700 block of Cedar

Rushvillle hosptial wants to sell senior housing units

Rushvillle hosptial wants to sell senior housing units

by Scott Hardy

Culbertson Memorial wants to sell Culbertson Gardens

Quincy City Council approves 1st reading of property tax ordinance

Quincy City Council approves 1st reading of property tax ordinance

by Scott Hardy

Tax rate would stay flat

High winds, rain knock out power in MO, IL

High winds, rain knock out power in MO, IL

by Scott Hardy

Thousands affected by outages; power restored throughout day

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Op-Ed: Progressive tax will lead to capital flight, fewer jobs, stagnant wages

The most immediate effect of Gov. J.B Pritzker's "Fair Tax" would be capital flight from Illinois.

Moody’s Analytics: More states ready for recession, Illinois one of 10 not ready

Illinois is one of only 10 states unprepared for the next economic downturn.

Former Illinois investment chairman foresees 'grand bargain' bailout for public pensions

Public pension debt has become such a crisis nationwide that the former chairman of the Illinois State Board of Investment expects the federal government will be forced to intervene.

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Naval Air Station Pensacola active shooter reported, shelter-in-place issued

An active shooter was reported Friday morning at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida, with the base shutting its gates and issuing a shelter-in-place as authorities descended on the scene.

Slain Missouri woman looked up 'what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant' before she went missing: warrants

A suburban St. Louis woman whose husband is charged in her death had looked up “what to do if your husband is upset you are pregnant" on her cellphone before she went missing last month, according to search warrants.

California man accused of drunken attack on jail guards during arrest claims he was victim of 'racist' beating: reports

A California man was charged with five counts of battery on a custodial officer this week in an incident that he claimed was a "racist" attack on him by jail guards, according to reports.

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New taxes and fees on Illinois driving, vehicles total $1.9B

Jan. 1 marks a second wave of taxes aimed at drivers to support an infrastructure package championed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker and shrouded in corruption allegations.

A decade after recession, Illinois’ construction industry is ice cold

Why is Illinois construction so weak? As it turns out, big government programs can’t paper over weak fundamentals.

Repeal Day: Prohibition ended 86 years ago, but Illinois’ alcohol taxes, regulations remain sobering

With the ratification of the 21st Amendment, 1933 marked the end of Prohibition in the United States. Illinois, however, has continued to serve a cocktail of prohibitive regulations on alcoholic beverages.

Illinois lawmakers should hold Pritzker to his ‘fair maps’ promise

Even without a constitutional amendment, there are changes lawmakers could make as soon as session resumes to get politics out of mapmaking.