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Three new cases of COVID-19 in Adams County

Three new cases of COVID-19 in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

Health Department says 10 cases total; "now experiencing a wider spread of this disease."

GREDF to help with SBA loan applications

GREDF to help with SBA loan applications

by Mary Griffith

Appointments will start next week

MoDOT awards contracts for U.S. 61 work at New London

MoDOT awards contracts for U.S. 61 work at New London

by Scott Hardy

Project will start later this year, be done by Nov. 1

Four new cases of COVID-19 reported in Adams County

Four new cases of COVID-19 reported in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

New cases aren't related to each other, or three earlier cases

First positive COVID-19 case in Pike County, Illinois

First positive COVID-19 case in Pike County, Illinois

by Scott Hardy

Result confirmed Saturday by IDPH

Adams County Health Department investigating possible COVID-19 exposures

Adams County Health Department investigating possible COVID-19 exposures

by Scott Hardy

Up to 125 people may have been exposed at two parties held in March

3rd positive COVID-19 result in Adams County

3rd positive COVID-19 result in Adams County

by Scott Hardy

Health Department says a man in his 20's is recovering in Blessing Hospital

2nd COVID-19 case in Pike County, MO confirmed

2nd COVID-19 case in Pike County, MO confirmed

by Scott Hardy

Stay-at-home order to go into effect at 12M through April 30

Three arrested, two hospitalized in Thursday beating incident in Quincy

Three arrested, two hospitalized in Thursday beating incident in Quincy

by Scott Hardy

QPD says two were beaten with metal poles at a home on North 6th

Quincy man to go on trial for murder in June

Quincy man to go on trial for murder in June

by Scott Hardy

Carlos Williams is accused of strangling Orlando Smith in May 2019

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Illinois SNAP users to get maximum benefit for April, May

(The Center Square) – Eligible Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program users in Illinois will automatically get additional benefits starting Tuesday for April and May to help amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the Illinois Department of Human Services announced Monday.

WATCH LIVE: Pritzker to address public on spread of COVID-19

Gov. J.B. Pritzker plans to address the public during his daily COVID-19 briefing at 2:30 p.m. today.

Group calls for quick fixes to Illinois unemployment filing issues

(The Center Square) – An Illinois organization is calling on the governor to fix the state’s unemployment filing system.

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US records over 10,000 coronavirus deaths as infections mount

The United States passed a grim milestone Monday, as the death toll from coronavirus surpassed 10,300 and confirmed infections from COVID-19 exceeded 347,000.

New York coronavirus deaths have been ‘effectively flat’ for 2 days, Cuomo says

The number of daily coronavirus deaths in New York has now been “effectively flat for two days," Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced, in a sign that the pandemic may be starting to ease its grasp on America’s hardest-hit state. 

Acting Navy Secretary blasts ousted USS Theodore Roosevelt's captain as 'naïve' and 'stupid' in address to ship's crew

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly slammed the now-ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt as "too naive or too stupid" to be a commanding officer during recent remarks made to the remaining sailors aboard the ship, multiple sources confirmed to Fox News.

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What you need to know about coronavirus in Illinois

This page will be updated daily to reflect developments related to the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois.

Nearly 1.5M Illinois workers risk layoffs or reduced hours from COVID-19 economic fallout

A quarter of Illinois’ workers are staring down the economic impacts of a global pandemic.

Silence: Chicago in the age of COVID

Our team wanted to give you a look at the harsh reality of life in downtown Chicago during the COVID-19 crisis.

What powers does Pritzker have in an emergency? And what has he ordered so far?

In the case of an epidemic like COVID-19, Illinois governors are given a wide range of emergency powers for a limited period of time.