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Report: Millennials less likely to have insurance than any other age group

According to a report from insurancequotes.com, Only one in four millennials, that is those 18 to 29 years old, do not have health insurance. More>>

Drivers heading home from Labor Day weekend keeping extra eyes on road Video included

According to AAA, more than 29 million Americans drove to get to their Labor Day destination, and on Monday roughly half of those drivers will be traveling back home.  More>>

Labor Day sales prove big for local businesses Video included

Long lines and long receipts are a staple when it comes to shopping on Labor Day, a holiday notorious for end of summer sales. More>>

Sudden Death Syndrome killing local soybeans Video included

The recent weather is causing some big problems for Tri-State farmers. It's sparking a rise in a crop disease that could mean lower yields for soybean farmers.


Crowds gather for Keokuk Labor Day parade Video included

Lawn chairs and anxious kids lined the streets in Keokuk this morning to take part in the the annual Labor Day parade.

Union workers celebrate Labor Day with annual picnic Video included

Hundreds of union workers and their families gathered at the Machinists Lodge in Quincy Monday afternoon for a day of food and fun. More>>

Golfers honor veterans on Labor Day Video included

Westview Golf Course in Quincy celebrated Labor Day by honoring our veterans. Director of Golf Matt Burry says on the first and 18th hole, donations were collected as the golfers teed off. More>>

Troopers warn holiday drivers of drowsy driving dangers Video included

State troopers remind drivers returning home from their Labor Day destinations of the dangers of drowsy driving.

Governor Quinn lives on minimum wage this week

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn makes good on his promise to live on minimum wage this week. More>>

Businesses say tourism continues to grow in Hannibal Video included

Tourism is a major industry in Hannibal, and to get more people to come to the area, officials continue to bring in more festivals and fun events. More>>

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin visits Quincy, speaks on Ferguson and other issues Video included

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin made his way to Quincy and attended a church service early Sunday morning. More>>

Is "vampire power" sucking you dry? Video included

As taxed as air conditioners were this summer, running up electric bills across the country, there's something else Americans now need to pay attention to year-round if they're interested in cutting energy costs. More>>

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