Illini West's Artman shot twice with BB gun at state track meet
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Illini West's Artman shot twice with BB gun at state track meet

Connor Artman, a senior at Illini West High School who participated in the Illinois High School Association Class 1A boys state track meet Thursday afternoon, said he was shot twice while showering Thursday night in Lawson Hall at Eastern Illinois University.

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Flooding no problem for Bob Bangert Park transformation
Quincy News

Flooding no problem for Bob Bangert Park transformation

Flooding on the Mississippi River that topped out at about 20 feet in Quincy brought water into new redeveloped wetlands in Bob Bangert Park, just as expected.

County seeks to add engineering firm to demolition cost lawsuit
Local Government

County seeks to add engineering firm to demolition cost lawsuit

Adams County will be filing a third-party claim against a Quincy architecture and engineering firm that officials say approved change orders for the demolition of buildings in the footprint of the new county jail without approval.

Columbus man faces aggravated criminal sexual abuse charge
Police & Courts

Columbus man faces aggravated criminal sexual abuse charge

A Columbus man faces an aggravated criminal sexual abuse charge after an investigation by the Adams County Sheriff's Department.

Preliminary hearings continued in meth trafficking case
Police & Courts

Preliminary hearings continued in meth trafficking case

The preliminary hearings for two Missouri residents accused in a methamphetamine trafficking case have been continued for two weeks.

Police & Courts

Quincy officer honored for role in major drug case

A Quincy police officer assigned to the West Central Illinois Task Force is being recognized for his role in a multiyear drug investigation that ended witha 29-count indictment of 13 people.

Adams County could institute indigent death affadavit
Quincy News

Adams County could institute indigent death affadavit

Immediate survivors of Adams County residents declared indigent after their deaths may soon have to sign an affidavit of indigency and face perjury charges if found lying about their assets.

Quincy man convicted in connection with 2016 Adams County burglary
Police & Courts

Quincy man convicted in connection with 2016 Adams County burglary

A Quincy man faces up to 40 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after an Adams County jury found him guilty on two charges in connection with a 2016 residential burglary outside Mendon.

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Mount Sterling officer reinstated

Mount Sterling has reinstated a police officer who was fired earlier this month. Our news-gathering partnerts at WGEM reported that Mount Sterling Police Chief Brandon Norris said Officer Nathan Rauch was reinstated last week.

Trial continues in 2016 Adams County burglary case
Police & Courts

Trial continues in 2016 Adams County burglary case

Testimony continues Tuesday for a Quincy man being tried in connection with a 2016 residential burglary outside of Mendon.

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