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Missouri lawmakers debate ban on corporal punishment in schools Video included

Missouri is one of 19 states that still allows corporal punishment in schools, but lawmakers may soon change that. More>>

Quinn announces huge investment for new WIU facility Video included

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced Wednesday the state would give $60 million to Western Illinois University. More>>

Two injured in church bus crash

Two adults were taken to the hospital Wednesday evening after their church bus crashed. More>>


MoDot urges drivers to slow down in construction zones Video included

When you're driving on the highway, there's no telling when you may run into a construction zone and contractors say the biggest thing you need to do is to slow down. More>>

Quincy School Board discusses changes to next year's school schedule

The Quincy School Board made big changes Wednesday night to next year's school calendar. More>>

Missouri Congressman addresses key education issues in America's Hometown Video included

Missouri Congressman Sam Graves made his way to Hannibal Wednesday to talk with community members about what's happening in Washington. More>>

Keokuk woman charged with DUI in Hancock County crash

A Keokuk woman is charged with Driving Under the Influence after a crash in Hancock County Wednesday evening. Three people were sent to the hospital, including her six-year-old passenger.  More>>

Early Childhood and Family Center to undergo $142K renovations to remove lead paint Video included

Quincy's Early Childhood and Family Center will undergo nearly $145,000 worth of renovations to remove lead paint from its facility. More>>

Trimming tree limbs a must before severe weather hits, arborists say Video included

Overgrown and heavy tree limbs can cause a real threat during severe weather. That's why certified arborists are asking you to get them trimmed now before weather hits.

Fort Madison residents could see spike in sewer rates Video included

Fort Madison residents could soon be seeing a big spike in their sewer rates to make required changes to the city's sewer system. More>>

Quincy receives 'Most Progressive City' award Video included

Several Quincy businesses are recognized for going green while saving some green. More>>

House endorses bill to allow motorcyclists to skip the helmets

The Missouri House is endorsing a bill that would allow motorcyclists over 21 to forgo wearing helmets while on the road. More>>

QPS pleased with survey results

Quincy Public School officials say they're very pleased with the turnout to their building assessment survey. More>>

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