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Heavy rain prompts flash flood warnings

Heavy rain Saturday prompted flash flood warnings in parts of the Tri-States.

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Quincy Symphony has "Fantastique" concert

Local artists playing for the crowd at Quincy Junior High. Local artists playing for the crowd at Quincy Junior High.

At Quincy Junior High tonight, the Symphonie Fantastique showcased the great talents of local artists.

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Quincy Police: Abducted child unharmed and found in Oklahoma

Quincy Police said an abducted infant boy is safe in another state following an incident on Thursday. 

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Shoppers remember Kirlin's Hallmark as it closes it's doors for good Video included

Kirlin's Hallmark closed Saturday Kirlin's Hallmark closed Saturday

After 69 years, Kirlin's Hallmark on 6th and Maine closed its doors on Saturday.  

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Community comes together to strike out cancer Video included

People of all ages were welcomed to come People of all ages were welcomed to come

The Tangerine Bowl in Quincy was covered in pink Saturday as men and women bowled for breast cancer. 

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Kids learn lessons on how to stay healthy for the summer Video included

Many games were available for kids to play Many games were available for kids to play

The school year is coming to an end and summer is just around the corner. The YMCA wants to make sure kids are prepared to have a healthy summer break. 

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State of Emergency declared in Missouri

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed an executive order declaring a State of Emergency on Saturday afternoon. 

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Canton residents react to fatal shooting Video included

Canton residents said they were surprised by the crime. Canton residents said they were surprised by the crime.

19-year-old Cody Wilson of Canton has been charged with first degree murder, accused of shooting his stepfather, 56 year old David Brooks multiple times.

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Big price tag for Prop 1 change Video included

Board of public works update Board of public works update

It has been 3 weeks since the election that banned Hannibal Board of Public Works from using ammonia in the city's drinking water. 

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Crosswalk coming to downtown Hannibal Video included

There has always been a crosswalk, but it was not outlined There has always been a crosswalk, but it was not outlined

Shops in Hannibal are hoping that a crosswalk will bring more foot traffic to the south side of Main Street. 

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Fundraiser helps organization feed hungry families Video included

Attendees talk during Hope for Horizons fundraiser. Attendees talk during Hope for Horizons fundraiser.

Many local families struggle to put food on the table and a local organization received some help to feed that need.

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Upcoming job fair to take place in Pittsfield, Illinois Video included

If you're looking for a job or a new one, here's something that might interest you.The Illinois Department of Employment Security will be co-sponsoring an upcoming career fair.

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Businesses give tips to avoid flooded basements Video included

Heavy rainfall hit the Quincy area last year. Heavy rainfall hit the Quincy area last year.

The expected heavy rainfall has local restoration businesses anticipating a busy weekend. 

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Man charged with killing stepfather near Canton Video included

Wilson Wilson

A Canton, Missouri, man was charged Friday with killing his stepfather the night before, according to sheriff's office.

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