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Tanner Chamberlin (30) Quincy for aggravated domestic battery. Lodged   Amanda McCormick (35) Quincy…

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QHS gets threatened

QHS gets threatened

by Scott Hardy

Threat sent by fax Thursday morning

Former QND coach sent to prison

Former QND coach sent to prison

by Scott Hardy

Johnathan Graff sentenced to two years behind bars

Quincy man charged in fatal Memorial Day crash to go on trial

Quincy man charged in fatal Memorial Day crash to go on trial

by Scott Hardy

Breeden Wike to go on trial January 9

City Council delays utility surcharge vote

City Council delays utility surcharge vote

by Scott Hardy

Final reading now set for next week

NEMO juvenile court officer pleads Guilty to child-sex charge

NEMO juvenile court officer pleads Guilty to child-sex charge

by Scott Hardy

Justice Department says Scott Burow entered Guilty plea Monday

ISBE "Report Card" rates most QPS schools as commendable

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by Scott Hardy

Iles, Lincoln-Douglas rated as Targeted

Trial date set for Palmyra man in 2021 death

Trial date set for Palmyra man in 2021 death

by Scott Hardy

Raymond Gum to go on trial July 19 in Shelby County

JWCC Board approves new President

JWCC Board approves new President

by Scott Hardy

Dr. Bryan Renfro starts January 4

QPS Board renews Alternative School contract

QPS Board renews Alternative School contract

Mary Griffith

70 students at risk of dropping out will be served

La Grange man gets life in 2018 Lewis Co. child murder

La Grange man gets life in 2018 Lewis Co. child murder

by Scott Hardy

Marcus Mays sentenced to life plus 240 years

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Illinois Freedom Caucus calling for end of consent calendar

(The Center Square) – A group of Illinois lawmakers is calling for an end to a House practice that allows many measures to be voted on with one vote and little discussion.

Hunters are encouraged to donate their deer meat to Hunters Feeding Illinois

(The Center Square) – As the price of food skyrockets, Illinois is encouraging hunters to donate their deer to feed the hungry.

Operation Rising Spirit to spread holiday cheer to Illinois veterans homes

(The Center Square) – Spread some holiday cheer this season by sending a card, note or letter to an Illinois veteran in one of the state's five veteran homes.

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Virginia elementary school to host 'After School Satan Club'

A Chesapeake, Virginia elementary school will host an After School Satan Club beginning on Dec. 15, after district officials said it could not discriminate based on religion.

Idaho murders: Students 'fearful' as quadruple homicide remains unsolved with no suspect

University of Idaho students say that they are on edge as police don't have a suspect in a quadruple homicide case which happened on Nov. 13.

North Carolina power substations taken out by gunfire: sheriff

Moore County, North Carolina implemented a curfew for Dec. 4 starting at 9 p.m. because over 40,000 customers are without power which may not be restored until Thursday.

IllinoisPolicy

Report: Illinois government ethics complaints hit new record

Illinois’ Executive Inspector General reported a record number of complaints, some alleging financial mismanagement and conflicts of interest.

DCFS held kids in hospitals for months beyond doctors’ orders

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services held kids in psychiatric hospitals for far longer than needed because the agency couldn’t find them housing.

3 things you need to know about latest SAFE-T Act changes

Lawmakers are set to consider an amendment to the controversial criminal justice reform law set to take effect on Jan. 1. Here are three things Illinoisans should know about the proposed changes.

Report: 40% of Illinois small businesses behind on November rent

A new survey found Illinois reported the third-highest increase in small business rent delinquency nationwide during November, with 40% of respondents unable to pay rent on time or in full.