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Schedule change standardizes weather siren testing in Lewis County

All Lewis County sever weather sirens will now be tested at 11 a.m. on the second Monday of the month weather permitting, starting this month.

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Quincy man pleads guilty in March shooting outside Liberty
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Quincy man pleads guilty in March shooting outside Liberty

A Quincy man faces between six and 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after pleading guilty this week in connection with a shooting earlier this year outside Liberty.

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Quincy man arrested for DUI, violating Scott's Law

A Quincy man was arrested on a charge of DUI after he reportedly passed law enforcement assisting with a crash and did not slow down.

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Crash north of Paris injures Poplar Bluff man

A Poplar Bluff man was injured in a Thursday morning crash north of Paris

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Quincy woman faces charges after Thursday night crash

Quincy woman faces drug and traffic charges after a Thursday night crash at Front and Jefferson.

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LaGrange man seriously injured in Route C crash

A LaGrange man was seriously injured in a Wednesday morning crash on Route C.

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State police investigating death of woman in Tioga

TIOGA, Ill. -- Illinois State Police are investigating a death in Hancock County. A Illinois State Police are investigating a woman's death in Hancock County.

Sheriff's deputy suffers nonlife-threatening injuries in crash
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Sheriff's deputy suffers nonlife-threatening injuries in crash

An Adams County sheriff's deputy suffered nonlife-threatening injuries while conducting a traffic stop Thursday morning on Interstate 172.

December trial set for LaGrange man charged in toddler's death
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December trial set for LaGrange man charged in toddler's death

The trial of a LaGrange man charged in the 2018 death of a toddler has been set for later this year.

Quincy man facing hate crime charges found unfit to stand trial
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Quincy man facing hate crime charges found unfit to stand trial

A Quincy man facing hate crime and aggravated battery charges was found unfit to stand trial.