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QPD Blotter for April 21, 2018

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Darren Stephens II 20, Quincy for speeding and uninsured vehicle. Darren A Dunsmore, 27, 1308 N 9th…

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Divorces and Lawsuits April 9 through April 13, 2018

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Two hurt, one seriously, in Adams Co crash

Two hurt, one seriously, in Adams Co crash

by Scott Hardy

Adams Co Sheriff's Office says accident happened Thursday on Highway 24

Quincy woman to plead in Sr. Center theft case

Quincy woman to plead in Sr. Center theft case

by Scott Hardy

Michelle Steffen waives right to Jury, canceling May 7 trial

Mistrial declared in Bradley Turner case

Mistrial declared in Bradley Turner case

by Scott Hardy

Trial will now be heard in Shelby County starting October 29

One person hurt in car/bike crash in Quincy

One person hurt in car/bike crash in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

QPD says accident happened at 9 AM at 16th and Kentucky

Suit against Chaddock moved out of Chicago

Suit against Chaddock moved out of Chicago

by Scott Hardy

Negligence lawsuit filed in February to be heard in Central IL District Court

JWCC won't raise tuition in 2018-19

JWCC won't raise tuition in 2018-19

by Scott Hardy

3rd time in nearly 20 years that tuition hasn't been raised

Quincy man busted for Meth Delivery

Quincy man busted for Meth Delivery

by Scott Hardy

Ryan Douglas picked up Wednesday at 24th & Locust

3 Drivers Hurt near Pittsfield

by Jim Dewey

Accident happened on US 54

Arrest Made in April 2nd Burglary

Arrest Made in April 2nd Burglary

by Jim Dewey

Adams County Sheriff's Officers working with the Hancock County Sheriff's Department arrested 35 year…

WIU President a finalist for Boise St. job

WIU President a finalist for Boise St. job

by Scott Hardy

Jack Thomas to visit campus next Thursday

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Illinois House unanimously approves truth-in-hiring plan for governor's office

Illinois lawmakers are moving forward with a measure to better track who is actually working in the governor's office and how those people are getting paid.

Youth football tackle ban sponsor doesn’t have votes but will continue to push issue

Despite not planning to bring it up for a vote this session, a state Representative still plans on working to ban tackle football for youth under 12-years-old in Illinois.

Task force on sexual harassment gets heated as lawmakers grapple with process accuser says is corrupt

A shouting match broke out at the statehouse Thursday when a Chicago Democrat told a woman whose harassment complaint against a state Senator last fall was sent to an empty office that the woman didn't do enough to make her…

FoxNews

Medal of Honor going to airman killed in 2002 Afghanistan battle: report

An Air Force service member killed during a 2002 firefight between a U.S. special ops team and Al Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan will be awarded the Medal of Honor, according to a new report.

Florida school resource officer hailed a hero after responding quickly to shooting that injured one student

Deputy Jimmy Long of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office was hailed a hero after he immediately jumped into action and detained the suspected gunman of a school shooting Friday that injured one student.

Body camera footage shows police never got out of cruiser to check for Ohio teen crushed by minivan seat

Body camera footage from two police officers showed they never got out of the cruiser to check on Kyle Plush who died last week after being crushed by a minivan seat.

IllinoisPolicy

Former Vernon Hills village manager to receive $161K severance package

While details surrounding the ex-official’s separation with the village remain undisclosed to the public, trustees’ approval of his $161,000 severance package went unobstructed.

Round Lake Park’s police pension crisis could result in state intervention

Under Illinois law, towns that miss required pension contributions risk state intervention. In 2016, Round Lake Park paid less than 40 percent of its required pension contribution.

Will Illinois pass a budget this year?

History shows lawmakers prefer to avoid tough but necessary choices.

Illinois shed 2,100 jobs in March

The state also saw a drop in the unemployment rate, but it wasn’t because people found jobs.