Illinois politicians say that based on Tuesday's primary election, they expect higher spending, more negative advertising and more uncertainty leading up to November's general election.
A Quincy man who transporting more than 450 grams of methamphetamine in his car has been sentenced to 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, and faces deportation after serving the prison term.
The idea for Tom Mavity's new book, "T.H.A.N.K. Y.O.U.," came to the 25-year law enforcement veteran in a dream about four years ago. Mavity sees it as a sort of divine intervention.
A strong increase in John Wood Community College's spring online enrollment over the past five years has placed the school in an enviable position. JWCC's 49 percent hike in online enrollment in that period places it fourth among the state's 48 community
Laura Sievert nominated a nonprofit at the first quarterly meeting of the Quincy and Adams County chapter of 100 Women Who Care, but she didn't think her nomination for Quanada would be selected. But it was.