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Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to murder in baby's death

Quincy man pleads Not Guilty to murder in baby's death

by Scott Hardy

Travis Wiley charged in January death, will go on trial in November

QND says they've exceeded $6M campaign fundraising goal

QND says they've exceeded $6M campaign fundraising goal

by Scott Hardy

School announces it's raised over $6.4 million for improvements

Steson Crider appeal of 2015 murder conviction denied

Steson Crider appeal of 2015 murder conviction denied

by Scott Hardy

Court rules Adams County jury was impartial, no need for change of venue

Adams County Board approves revised Animal Control ordinance

Adams County Board approves revised Animal Control ordinance

by Scott Hardy

Will give Sheriff's Dept. more leeway in enforcement

Pike County, IL authorities looking for wanted man

Pike County, IL authorities looking for wanted man

by Scott Hardy

Sheriff's Department says Dusty Embree, 23, of Griggsville ran during drug arrest

Quincy Areonautics Committee recommends Indiana company to run Airport

Quincy Areonautics Committee recommends Indiana company to run Airport

by Scott Hardy

Full Council likely to take up issue Monday

QPD says no attempted child abduction at 7th and Monroe

QPD says no attempted child abduction at 7th and Monroe

by Scott Hardy

Incident happened Monday night

Quincy, Adams County get more time to question Lovelace

Quincy, Adams County get more time to question Lovelace

by Scott Hardy

Federal judge ruled Monday on deposition prior to Federal civil suit

City of Quincy delays acting on wayfinding signs around downtown area

City of Quincy delays acting on wayfinding signs around downtown area

by Scott Hardy

Vote on nearly $70,000 bid delayed a week

Area health groups introduce Adams County into ACTION

Area health groups introduce Adams County into ACTION

by Scott Hardy

10-week program to get residents to lose weight, be healthy

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Illinois opioid helpline gets five thousand calls in eight months

A lot of people in Illinois are calling the state's new opioid hotline for help.

Report: Complaints against Illinois livestock producers declining

Illinois livestock producers hope to dispel myths with a first-of-its-kind report.

Op-Ed: Time for Illinois Attorney General's office to take on corruption here

It's nearly impossible to work up enthusiasm for the Illinois gubernatorial race, which features two rich men who have proven they know how to spend a lot of money on attack ads but appear unable to fix the state's financial…

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Prosecutor: Priests 'weaponized' the faith to abuse kids

Roman Catholic priests across Pennsylvania used religious rituals, symbols of the faith and the threat of eternity in hell to groom, molest and rape children, a grand jury found, in what the state's top prosecutor called the "weaponization of faith."

Body of firefighter killed in California returns to Utah

A Utah firefighter who died battling the largest recorded blaze in California history will be given a procession as his body is flown back to Salt Lake City.

Hiker lost on Mount St. Helens survived by eating bees and berries: reports

An Ohio man who went missing last week after setting out on a hike on Mount St. Helens in Washington state, was found alive Wednesday -- having survived by eating bees and berries, authorities and the man’s relatives said.

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Chicago Ald. Willie Cochran to plead guilty to corruption charges

The South Side alderman had been charged with stealing charity donations to finance his daughter’s college tuition payments and casino getaways in Indiana, among other offences.

Chicago stopping more than 2,400 Airbnb hosts from listing their rooms

City bureaucracy – not consumer complaints – has left thousands of Chicago hosts barred from the Airbnb platform.

New Jersey school district stops deducting unconstitutional union fees from all employees

One school district in New Jersey has stopped deducting union dues and fees until it has new authorizations from employees to do so – a step in line with what the U.S. Supreme Court demanded of state and local government employers and government unions in Janus v. AFSCME. Illinois governments should follow suit.

Rauner signs bill lifting restrictions on craft breweries

Laws barring taprooms from serving hard cider – and craft beer produced by other breweries – are among the regulations bounced by House Bill 4897.