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A dog relaxes before a big race. A dog relaxes before a big race.

Man's best friend attends annual fundraiser

The fundraiser saw dogs participating in races, a scavenger hunt and even a peanut butter licking contest.

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Businesses talk about heat's impact on sales Video included

Sidewalk empty during heat stretch in Quincy. Sidewalk empty during heat stretch in Quincy.

The heat wave is impacting more than just people. It's also impacting businesses bottom dollar both good and bad.

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People escape the heat at Mark Twain Lake

Visitors at the Mark Twain Lake Visitors at the Mark Twain Lake

The extreme heat is still in the air and Mark Twain Lake in Missouri saw big crowds because of it.

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Fun run raises money for cancer research

Kid getting ready to run Kid getting ready to run

Kids and family members ran around South Park in Quincy to benefit cancer patients. 

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Two injured in rollover crash in Lee County

woman crashes into Liberty apartment woman crashes into Liberty apartment

Iowa State Patrol said a man and child were airlifted to Blessing Hospital with injuries following a rollover crash in Lee County.  

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Trump Jr., Manafort in talks with Senate panel Video included

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President Donald Trump's legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team. More>>

Feds grant Keokuk airport money for repairs Video included

An airplane being moved at Keokuk Municipal Airport An airplane being moved at Keokuk Municipal Airport

Residents will start seeing some construction at Keokuk's airport in the coming months.
 

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SIU and Adams County dental agreement moves forward Video included

Look at dental clinic room. Look at dental clinic room.

The Adams County Health Department's dental clinic could serve more people in need in the coming months. 

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Animals brave the heat at Hancock County Fair Video included

A cow ready to be shown in competition A cow ready to be shown in competition

The Hancock County Fair is in full swing this week, and the heat is impacting the livestock.

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Employees talk about hot indoor working conditions Video included

You probably go indoors to escape the heat. But, imagine indoors being even hotter than outdoors.  

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Hannibal sees low tourism numbers during heatwave Video included

Tourist on trolley ride Tourist on trolley ride

Hannibal tourism is feeling the heat. People are still visiting town but, they are planning their day around the weather. 

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South Park pond projects nearing completion Video included

The South Park ponds have been getting worked on. The South Park ponds have been getting worked on.

If you were walking around South Park in Quincy these past few months you may have noticed work being done on the ponds.

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Kids perform tall tales for summer camp Video included

Kids performing Kids performing

Gone fishing, that was what the theme was for the last day of summer camp for some Hannibal kids Friday. 

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