Trial delayed for Quincy man charged in March shooting
Police & Courts

Trial delayed for Quincy man charged in March shooting

The trial of a Quincy man charged in a March shooting at a Quincy apartment complex is being delayed.

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Appellate court upholds Crider's conviction in 2015 shooting death of 12-year-old
Police & Courts

Appellate court upholds Crider's conviction in 2015 shooting death of 12-year-old

The conviction of an Arizona man in the 2015 shooting death of a 12-year-old has been upheld by an Illinois appellate court.

Judge orders Lovelace to sit for additional deposition in civil case against Quincy, Adams County
Lovelace Case

Judge orders Lovelace to sit for additional deposition in civil case against Quincy, Adams County

Curtis Lovelace has been ordered to sit for three more hours of questioning by attorneys representing the city of Quincy and Adams County in his ongoing civil rights lawsuit stemming from his arrest and murder trials in the death of his first wife.

New rage room allows people to smash away stress
Hannibal News

New rage room allows people to smash away stress

Outrage, a rage room where people can smash and trash their stress away, opens Monday in Hannibal.

LIFE STORIES: Near fatal crash leads to cross-country cycling trip
Life Stories

LIFE STORIES: Near fatal crash leads to cross-country cycling trip

After the accident, doctors didn't think Chase Thurman would live another day, let alone be able to embark on a cross-country bike tour.

Missouri News

NECAC seeks candidates for board positions

The North East Community Action Corporation is seeking candidates for six open board positions representing Ralls, Pike and Lincoln counties.

Hannibal boy to compete in Greece in world karate championship
Hannibal News

Hannibal boy to compete in Greece in world karate championship

A Hannibal boy is representing the United States in Greece this October after placing in the World Kickboxing and Karate Union U.S. trials.

Man visiting Rock Steady Boxing in 50 states crosses off two states with local gyms
Missouri News

Man visiting Rock Steady Boxing in 50 states crosses off two states with local gyms

Jon Pawelkop, 60, of Tampa, Fla., was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease three years ago and discovered a year later Rock Steady Boxing. This year Pawelkop set a goal for himself to visit a Rock Steady Boxing facility in all 50 states.

Police & Courts

Police investigate suspicious driver approaching child

QUINCY -- Police got a report of a suspicious individual in a black car approaching a child on Monday evening. Sgt. Nathan Elbus said the encounter was reported near the 600 block of Monroe. Police were called by the mother of the child who was approached

Illinois News

Quincy tax collections up for May; Aldermen clear way for airport runway repairs

QUINCY -- Nobody knows whether it was the hot weather in May or a surge of shoppers heading to Bergner's and Sears stores for the start of their close-out sales, but sales tax and home rule sales tax figures were up that month. Collection figures were acce