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QPD Blotter for June 21, 2018

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Rhonda Bullock (54) 2225 N 12th for FTA Bad Check at 2225 N 12th. Lodged James Wheeler 724 N 20th reported…

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Hannibal man sentenced to 15 years in prison on drug charge

Hannibal man sentenced to 15 years in prison on drug charge

by Scott Hardy

Devontae Ecford found to have violated parole from 2015 drug case

Lewistown woman accused of dealing prescription medicine

Lewistown woman accused of dealing prescription medicine

by Scott Hardy

Laura Berry, 53, arrested Wednesday

May unemployment rises in Quincy, Adams County

May unemployment rises in Quincy, Adams County

by Scott Hardy

Quincy up by .3%, Adams County up by .2%

Four arrested, one held overnight in Hannibal drug raid

Four arrested, one held overnight in Hannibal drug raid

by Scott Hardy

Terry Beadle, 49, held on drug, child endangerment charges

Median age of most Tri-States county residents going up

Median age of most Tri-States county residents going up

by Scott Hardy

Figures released Thursday by US Census Bureau

Suspicious fire in Quincy leaves four homeless

Suspicious fire in Quincy leaves four homeless

by Scott Hardy

Blaze reported at 9:50 PM Wednesday at apartment on North 4th Street

Keller to resign as Adams County Coroner

Keller to resign as Adams County Coroner

by Scott Hardy

Wants to spend more time with family; effective July 10

Hutton pleads Not Guilty to meth trafficking charges

Hutton pleads Not Guilty to meth trafficking charges

by Scott Hardy

Set to go on trial August 13

Stardust Drive work delayed to Monday

Stardust Drive work delayed to Monday

by Scott Hardy

MoDOT blames threat of storms for delay

Hannibal City Council hears plans for addiction facility

Hannibal City Council hears plans for addiction facility

by Jim Dewey

Pastor of Embassy Church to meet with neighbors near Pettibone School

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New statewide tech innovation hubs get $500 million from state

Plans for a $500 million Chicago-based research center that will be the centerpiece of a statewide network of research hubs is moving forward.

U.S. Supreme Court ruling on internet sales tax will likely mean consumers pay more

Illinois consumers can expect to pay more when shopping online after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states have the authority to require out-of-state online retailers to collect sales taxes.

Op-Ed: Manteno case sheds light on absurdity, severity of Illinois’ eavesdropping law

Paul Boron is 13 years old. He’s facing a felony eavesdropping charge that could change the course of the rest of his life.

FoxNews

New Hampshire man out on bail strips naked, breaks into apartment and chokes golden retriever, police say

A New Hampshire man was arrested Wednesday after he stripped naked, broke into an apartment and choked a golden retriever two days after he was released on bail, police said.

Audit faults University of California sex misconduct process

State auditors are faulting the University of California for not addressing sexual misconduct complaints on time and not disciplining faculty swiftly.

Extended timeline set for community college consolidation

Overseers of Connecticut's community college system have agreed to take some more time to follow through on a plan to consolidate its 12 schools.

IllinoisPolicy

Prime working-age Illinoisans leading the state’s population decline

The current and future workforce is shrinking in Illinois, but growing across the U.S. Making the Prairie State more attractive for families seeking to work and invest is key to fixing this problem.

Illinois 13-year-old charged with eavesdropping felony for recording meeting with principal

Illinois’ eavesdropping law is one of the nation’s most severe, but leaves ample room for ambiguity.

Illinois sees fourth straight month of jobs growth in May

Illinois’ jobs situation improved in May, but the state needs long-term solutions such as a spending cap to get on a path to fiscal health and assure investors more tax hikes are not on the horizon.

New Illinois budget includes $224 million for Obama Presidential Center

The state’s fiscal year 2019 budget is out of balance by as much as $1.5 billion.