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Alabama man accused of stealing over $10,000 from Quincy school

Alabama man accused of stealing over $10,000 from Quincy school

by Scott Hardy

Kim Sandegren arrested Tuesday, awaiting extradition to Adams County

Probable cause found in Canton murder case

Probable cause found in Canton murder case

by Scott Hardy

Adam Wolf could enter plea next month

Historical Society to raise $2 million for museum improvements

Historical Society to raise $2 million for museum improvements

by Mary Griffith

Goal is to have renovations done by end of 2025

Former QU tennis coach wins nearly $3 million judgement against former student

Former QU tennis coach wins nearly $3 million judgement against former student

by Scott Hardy

Brian Holzgrafe awarded $2.9 million by jury after Daniel Lozier was found liable for defamation

Trial dates set for two in 2022 Hannibal beating death

Trial dates set for two in 2022 Hannibal beating death

by Scott Hardy

Jason Anderson & Tiara Bonner will go on trial September 23

Charges dropped against Hannibal man in 2023 murder case

Charges dropped against Hannibal man in 2023 murder case

by Scott Hardy

Prosecutor says that charges against Braden Chestnutt have been re-filed in Marion County

City Council approves Cheyne re-appointment to Fire & Police Board

City Council approves Cheyne re-appointment to Fire & Police Board

by Scott Hardy

Approves promotion of Tairu Zhong to Interim Director of Quincy Regional Airport

Hannibal schools announce budget shortfall

Hannibal schools announce budget shortfall

by Scott Hardy

Board says they'll freeze hiring in wake of $3.3 million shortfall

Webb says no to Hannibal schools

Webb says no to Hannibal schools

by Scott Hardy

Hannibal Board says Dr. Susan Johnson will stay on for next year

Gambling charges against Brock dropped

Gambling charges against Brock dropped

by Scott Hardy

Former QHS standout charged in betting scandal

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Revisions to Illinois’ biometric privacy law pass the legislature

(The Center Square) – The Illinois legislature has approved changes to the state’s strict Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), but some say they didn’t go far enough.

Bill defines 'woman' as legislators oppose Illinois sponsoring teen drag show

(The Center Square) – The Illinois Freedom Caucus is promoting the Women’s Bill of Rights to define biological sex and respect women.


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Ex-Baltimore prosecutor and convicted fraudster Marilyn Mosby appeals to Biden for help

Marilyn Mosby, the former Baltimore state's attorney, is asking President Biden for a pardon before she is sentenced in federal court this month.

Steve Buscemi attack: 'Person of interest' in custody in NYC sucker punch, police say

A "person of interest" is in NYPD custody in connection with the sucker punch attack on Steve Buscemi in Manhattan, New York, last week, police say.

Hundreds pack funeral for Roger Fortson, the airman killed in his home by a Florida deputy

Family, friends and hundreds of members of the Air Force paid their final respects to Roger Fortson at a suburban Atlanta megachurch, after he was shot and killed in Florida by a sheriff's deputy.

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Illinois’ unemployment rate ties for 3rd-worst in the nation

Illinois’ unemployment rate for April was near the highest in the U.S. Its recovery lags the nation by nearly a full percentage point.

Illinois lawmakers profess better science than FDA, plan to ban some food ingredients

The Illinois Senate approved legislation banning four food additives, sending it to the House. Manufacturers will need to sell an alternate recipe in Illinois if the bill becomes law.

2024 Illinois corruption tracker: Chicago treasurer fined $10K more

Illinois remains the nation’s second-most corrupt state, but despite keeping prosecutors busy the political machine keeps grinding. The cost is $550 million a year. Here are the Illinois corruption headlines for 2024.

Illinois lawmakers consider ‘Worker Freedom of Speech Act’ to restrict employers

A new bill in the Illinois General Assembly would ban employers from penalizing employees who do not show up to sponsored meetings. Employers could face $1,000 fines.