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Nauvoo woman charged in connection with death of 19-month-old child

A Nauvoo woman is charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old child. More>>

Local Christian school seeing big spike in enrollment Video included

Quincy Christian School's administrator Bob Murray says since he started in 2012, the school's enrollment has more than doubled. More>>

Hannibal Parks and Recreation preparing for pool upgrades Video included

Local pools have closed for the season, but Hannibal officials still have a lot decisions to make when it comes to their community pool. Director of Parks and Recreation, Andy Dorian says up to $800,000 has been budgeted for repairs, but he hopes the cost will be lower. More>>

Hannibal Chamber of Commerce moves facilities Video included

The Hannibal Chamber of Commerce will officially open the doors to its new building on Tuesday. The Chamber of Commerce is moving from 201 Broadway to 307 Broadway. More>>

Canton man arrested on drug charges

Police arrested a Canton man on drug charges Thursday. More>>

Shooting instructors urge gun safety with children after shooting range death Video included

The death of a shooting instructor in Arizona after a 9-year-old girl lost control of an automatic gun has raised questions about kids and safe gun use.
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Chaddock student under investigation after bringing toy gun to school

The Quincy Police Department says a fifth grade student at Chaddock is under investigation after a toy gun was found in a book bag.
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Woman ticketed after crashing in school zone Video included

Police ticketed a Quincy woman for reckless driving and speeding in a school zone after she collided with another car Thursday morning. More>>

Obama puts Ukraine violence squarely on Russia

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President Barack Obama suggested Thursday that the U.S. might impose new economic sanctions on Russia, blaming it squarely for the warfare in eastern Ukraine. But he ruled out any military options and proposed no shift in... More>>

Crews searching Quincy park area for missing man

Authorities have started searching for a missing man in the Gardener Park area in Quincy. More>>

Prosecutors say former school board member and assistant state's attorney suffocated his wife Video included

Prosecutors revealed new details Thursday in the first appearance of a Quincy attorney accused of murdering his wife in 2006. More>>

Honor Flight veterans explore D.C. Video included

Another group of veterans heads to Washington D.C. Thursday.     More>>

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