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QPD Blotter for June 18, 2018

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Darion G Hogan, 23, 2901 Riverside Terrace for FTA Theft at 4th and Spruce on 6/17. Lodged Donna M Schneider,…

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62 Year Old Quincy Man Arrested After Weekend Stabbing

62 Year Old Quincy Man Arrested After Weekend Stabbing

by Jim Dewey

Jay Schroder accused of stabbing son on Father's Day

Car driven into Mississippi at Kesler Park

Car driven into Mississippi at Kesler Park

by Scott Hardy

Robert Rooney, 94, later died of his injuries at Blessing Hospital; QPD investigating

QPD says stabbing victim has died

QPD says stabbing victim has died

by Scott Hardy

Man identified as Marty Johnson, 32, of Quincy

Preliminary agreement reached in class-action lawsuit against Hannibal, BPW

Preliminary agreement reached in class-action lawsuit against Hannibal, BPW

by Scott Hardy

Suit filed in 2016 claims city's drinking water was unsafe

Two Hannibal men face meth charges

Two Hannibal men face meth charges

by Scott Hardy

Euhlen Leeders, Justin Ray picked up Thursday night

Heat Advisory for this weekend

Heat Advisory for this weekend

by Scott Hardy

Heat Index could reach 103

Stardust Drive and Pirate Pride Drive Access from U.S. 61/McMasters Ave Will Close

Stardust Drive and Pirate Pride Drive Access from U.S. 61/McMasters Ave Will Close

MODOT Staff

Next Phase of U.S. 61/McMasters Avenue Improvements to Begin Tuesday

Kirksville man faces Federal sex charge

Kirksville man faces Federal sex charge

by Scott Hardy

Scott Walsh charged in connection with incident involving a Shelby County boy

Canton man found Not Guilty of murder in Adair County

Canton man found Not Guilty of murder in Adair County

by Scott Hardy

Cody Wilson, 20, had been on trial since Monday in death of step-father

Several hundred people without power after storm

Several hundred people without power after storm

by Scott Hardy

Areas include Adams, Pike counties in IL; Ralls and Pike counties in MO

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Net neutrality is gone, but what does it mean for Illinoisans?

Net neutrality has been gone for a week, but most Illinoisans didn't notice a change.

Ousted Madigan aide strikes out at accuser

A former aide to House Speaker Michael Madigan shot back at the woman who accused him of sexual harassment earlier this year while downplaying her allegations.

Illinois introduces first ever specialty license plate to support Alzheimer’s Association

Illinois has a new specialty license plate for another good cause, but it could be last addition to the state’s lineup of specialty plates for a while.

FoxNews

Man will admit to impersonating general for helicopter ride

A man accused of trying to impress a woman by landing a chartered helicopter at a North Carolina technology company plans to plead guilty to impersonating a three-star Army general and will concede that he was sane at the time, according to a new court filing.

Bill Gross made disputed home with ex-wife stink like vomit, dead fish with foul-smelling sprays: lawsuit

The bitter divorce battle between billionaire bond king Bill Gross and his ex-wife is beginning to stink — like vomit, flatulence and dead fish.

Three inmates escape from New Mexico jail aided by guard, police say

New Mexico authorities are searching for three inmates who escaped from a county jail after being aided by a detention officer Friday morning in Clovis.

IllinoisPolicy

Nepotistic hires highlight township government waste

Two McHenry County highway commissioners hired each other’s sons to township government positions in 2017. Despite concerns of nepotism, these practices are not uncommon in township government.

Emanuel proposal would push Chicago Airbnb taxes above 23 percent

The mayor’s proposed 2 percent fee would punish short-term rental customers and providers.

State government watchdogs remain far too tame

Illinoisans shouldn’t have to wait for yet another humiliating scandal to fix what’s wrong here: Politicians should have no place in policing their own oversight.

Illinois lawmaker proposes making Chicago its own state

Despite political differences between Chicago and much of the rest of the Land of Lincoln, making Chicago its own state is not a serious idea or good use of time.