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Drivers getting used to new high school traffic pattern Video included

Students and parents in Hannibal are getting used to a new traffic pattern this year.  More>>

Fort Madison High School students adjusting to new schedule format Video included

As Fort Madison High School students head back to school this year they are adjusting to a new schedule format. More>>

Ferguson: Will peace last? Video included

National Guard soldiers are moving out of Ferguson, Missouri. More>>

Local school dismisses students early due to heat Video included

Hannibal let its high school and middle school students out early Thursday because of the hot and humid conditions. More>>

Sports memorabilia display sheds light on Keokuk's past Video included

A Keokuk sports buff is giving residents a look into the city's past with a new display.
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Spike in Online Enrollment at John Wood Video included

More and more college students are typing and clicking their way to a degree. More>>

Hot and humid conditions can affect your body quickly Video included

The body naturally sweats as a process to help cool us off when we get hot.  More>>

Harvest Market to Open Wednesday Video included

A convenience store with a new look is about to open in Quincy. Niemann Foods is preparing to open its new Harvest Market store Wednesday.  More>>

Pike County, Missouri man says he accidentally shot his wife

A Pike County, Missouri man told police he accidentally shot his wife Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Nixon orders withdrawal of Guard from Ferguson

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Gov. Jay Nixon is ordering the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old. More>>

Senator pushes Amtrak to stop delays

US Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is renewing his push to reduce Amtrak train delays in Illinois. More>>

Students mourn James Foley Video included

As reports of the death of American photojournalist James Foley at the hands of ISIS militants in Iraq reverberated around the world, many in Phoenix, Arizona remembered him for other reasons. More>>

Hannibal-LaGrange University swarms new students

New students moving on campus Thursday aren't going unnoticed. More>>

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  • Ebola patients released

    Ebola patients released

    Nearly three weeks after surprising many by walking into Emory University Hospital sick with Ebola, Dr. Kent Brantly is walking out.More >>
    Nearly three weeks after surprising many by walking into Emory University Hospital sick with Ebola, Dr. Kent Brantly is walking out.More >>
  • Teacher on leave after making class re-enact Michael Brown shooting

    Teacher on leave after making class re-enact Michael Brown shooting

    A sixth grade teacher at Alabama's Brantley Elementary School is on paid administrative leave after students were instructed to re-enact the August 9th shooting death of Michael Brown in class.More >>
    A sixth grade teacher at Alabama's Brantley Elementary School is on paid administrative leave after students were instructed to re-enact the August 9th shooting death of Michael Brown in class.More >>
  • Rain slows protests, grand jury meets

    Rain slows protests, grand jury meets

    Heavy rains slowed the protests overnight in Ferguson, Missouri.More >>
    Heavy rains slowed the protests overnight in Ferguson, Missouri.More >>
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