Alton Named "Gateway City" for Abraham Lincoln TourismBoosters of Abraham Lincoln-related tourism have designated Alton as a "Gateway Community."
Third New Case of Legionnaires' Disease at Quincy Veterans' HomeState officials have confirmed a third new case of Legionnaires' disease in a Quincy veterans' home since an outbreak there last year killed 12 people and sickened 54.
Jury Seated in Murder Trial of Ex-Prosecutor in Wife's DeathThe trial is expected to continue into the first week of February.
Illinois Veterans Home Replacing Water System after OutbreakLegionnaires' disease is transmitted by breathing vapor or mist from contaminated water systems.
4th Legionnaires' Disease Death at Quincy Veterans' HomeAnother 29 people have been sickened due to Legionnaires' at the Quincy veterans' home.
Confirmed Legionnaires' Disease Cases at Vets Home Now at 23The number of confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease cases at the Illinois Veterans' Home in Quincy reached 23, an Adams County Health Department official announced.
Former Adams County Prosecutor Indicted For Wife's Murder Ex Adams County assistant state's attorney Curtis Lovelace charged in 2006 death.
Flood Insurance Rate Spikes Ripple Across Missouri, IllinoisPolicyholders who have long-enjoyed subsidized rates under the debt-ridden National Flood Insurance Program will see premiums rise steadily in the coming years.
Ravens Cut Illini Alum CornellTeam announces roster moves ahead of preseason game against Rams
Mo. Diocese Identifies Priest at Accident SceneThe official identification of Rev. Dowling as the clergyman who showed up when he was needed most ends a mystery that gripped many witnesses and first responders since the Aug. 4 incident.
Hydrologist: Flooding Could Be Worst Since 1995Fuchs said crests will take place over the next five to ten days. The Mississippi should crest at St. Louis Tuesday within 6 inches of what is considered "major flooding."
Quincy Alderman Wants Local Concealed-Carry LawA Quincy alderman wants the western Illinois city to stop waiting for the state to enact a concealed-carry law and just enact its own although he acknowledges the local ordinance wouldn't be enforceable.

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