News from November 2018
In the race for a seat being vacated by Circuit Judge Jan Fiss, Associate Judge Heinz Rudolf has won by a four-point margin.
Godfrey residents voted to eliminate township government while Alton voters rejected the referendum.
Madison County government stays in Republican control; Democrats stays firmly in control in St. Clair County
Results of county board races in Madison and St. Clair was a tale of two counties on election night.
Three judges were retained by voters in the 20th Judicial Circuit, including one who faced a campaign to oust her following a decision to lower bail for an alleged child murderer.
Evans wants to wait for tallying of 6K outstanding ballots in race for circuit seat; O'Gara grateful for unofficial results showing 4K lead
Republican Paul Evans is not conceding defeat in the race for an open spot on the 20th Judicial Circuit.
Madison County voters overwhelming approved a measure securing it as a 2nd Amendment sanctuary county.
Kolker wins resident circuit seat; Republican Cason 'extremely disappointed' at tenor of race, attacks
Associate Judge Chris Kolker fended off a challenge from Republican Laninya Cason for a seat on the 20th Judicial Circuit.
Associate Judge Heinz Rudolph has defeated his Republican challenger for a seat on the 20th Judicial Circuit.
Jobs growth in Illinois has gone from middle of the pack to back of the line.
BELLEVILLE — Demolition service providers are suing property owners after they were allegedly shocked while working.
Well, that’s that. The election’s over. Everything’s back to normal. Maybe we’re happy with the outcome, maybe not, or maybe we’re ambivalent. It doesn’t matter anymore because it’s all behind us now. We can all be friends again and not pay any attention to politics for the next year or so.
BELLEVILLE — An insurer is suing a driver after it had to pay underinsured motorist benefits following a collision.
EDWARDSVILLE — A Wood River tenant is suing her landlord after the ceiling allegedly fell on her head.
EDWARDSVILLE — A partner accuses a financial company of breach of contract for allegedly attempting to exclude him from an insurance deal with the Bethalto school district.
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