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Moore wants City employees to eventually use PTO system for vacation, sick days

Moore wants City employees to eventually use PTO system for vacation, sick days

by Scott Hardy

Says he wants system in place before he steps down in 2021

Two Quincy men face meth dealing charges

Two Quincy men face meth dealing charges

by Scott Hardy

Emir Jasso-Diaz and James Courson caught w/over 400g of meth in vehicle

Monroe County man gets 12 year prison sentence for string of burglaries

Monroe County man gets 12 year prison sentence for string of burglaries

by Scott Hardy

Joshua Luntsford accepted plea deal in Friday hearing

MADD Project Red Ribbon Underway.

MADD Project Red Ribbon Underway.

by Jim Dewey

Runs now through January 1, 2018

Prosecution wants Ben Trane trial moved from Lee County

Prosecution wants Ben Trane trial moved from Lee County

by Scott Hardy

Doesn't think impartial jury can be found

Four thousand without power Sunday aft. from South Quincy crash

Four thousand without power Sunday aft. from South Quincy crash

by Scott Hardy

Ameren Illinois had power back on by late afternoon

IllinoisNewsNetwork

SIU-Carbondale chancellor: We must spend more on teaching, less on administration

Despite the outcry from the faculty at SIU's Carbondale campus, the school chancellor is moving ahead with his plan to close departments and cut campus bureaucracy.

Legislative Audit Commission member frustrated with lack of oversight

A state representative is frustrated at what he says is a lack of follow through from the state’s auditors to correct problems.

Glennon: Pending federal tax changes would lower Illinois home values and deepen property tax rage

Huge, unintended consequences of doubling the standard deduction are being overlooked in both House and Senate tax reform plans.

FoxNews

History-making MTA worker dies giving birth to twins

The MTA’s first-ever woman elevator and escalator mechanic died last week while giving birth to twins, her grieving family and co-workers said Monday.

Air Force pilot dead, another injured after T-38 Talon crashes in Texas

One U.S. Air Force pilot is dead and another injured after a T-38 Talon crashed in Texas Monday.

Former Virginia death row inmate granted parole

A Virginia death row inmate who had his sentence commuted to life in prison more than two decades ago has been granted parole.

IllinoisPolicy

This Thanksgiving, nearly 1M Illinois households forced to rely on food stamps

The failure of lawmakers to enact policies that spark growth will render millions of Illinoisans dependent on assistance for meals this holiday season.

Despite 3,400 new jobs in October, Illinois’ labor market is nothing to celebrate

A positive jobs report for October does little to buck discouraging long-term trends in Illinois.

Airlines hit with class-action lawsuits under biometric privacy law

American Airlines and United Airlines have become the latest Illinois employers to be sued for allegedly violating Illinois’ biometric privacy law through the use of fingerprint-operated time clocks.

Cook County retirees to outnumber active employees in 2 years

Recently released data shows retirees outpacing active employees, adding pressure to an already stressed pension fund.

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