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Why isn't there a treatment or vaccine for Ebola?


In the four decades since the Ebola virus was first identified in Africa, treatment hasn't changed much. There are no licensed drugs or vaccines for the deadly disease. More>>

Volunteers run 135 mile relay for St. Jude's

Volunteers and runners start a 135-mile journey from Quincy to Peoria on Friday.

Local bank responds to potential security breach

Local bank officials are urging people to check their bank statement after a possible security breach Friday.  More>>

QPS bus route letters sent out Friday Video included

If you have kids in the Quincy Public School District, make sure you check the mail..you should get an important letter from the school.

Long time Quincy church up for sale Video included

The congregation of the Christian Science Church in Quincy has voted and decided to put the church building up for sale.

47th Annual Western Illinois Threshers Bee and Antique Show Video included

Demonstrations in show woodworking, stone mill corn grinding, sheep shearing and more can be found near Hamilton, Illinois, August 1-3, 2014. It's all taking place at the 47th Annual Western Illinois Threshers Bee and Antique Show.   More>>

Three steps to getting out of debt Video included

According to Transunion, a credit reporting agency, 77 million Americans have an average debt of about $5,200. Financial Stability Coordinator Brian Peuster, with the Adams County United Way, says if you're in debt there are three things you can do.   More>>

Keokuk woman arrested on felony drug charges

Police arrested a Keokuk woman on felony drug charges Thursday. More>>

Seniors, inspired by vets in apartment complex, raise money for Honor Flight

A senior apartment resident's council donated $600 to Great River Honor Flight after seeing how much the flight affected some of its own residents. More>>

States offer tax-free weekend for back-to-school shopping Video included

This weekend, families have the chance to save money on school supplies and clothes during back-to-school tax-free weekend in Iowa and Missouri. More>>

Go West buses look to beef up security with new cameras Video included

Public Transportation in Macomb could soon be getting a lot safer. More>>

Cash-strapped college students turn to gift registries for school supplies Video included

As the cost of college continues to rise, some students are taking a cue from engaged couples when it comes to getting the supplies they need. More>>

Debate over retail store development on war site in Fort Madison Video included

A historic American war site in Fort Madison has become a battlefield of debate over a new development project on the land.

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