With kids back in Quincy Public Schools this week, vaccination deadlines are being pushed. More>>
Consumer Reports Magazine says after studying recent data on mercury from the Food and Drug Administration, the FDA is wrong in suggesting small portions are safe. More>>
Thursday's burst of heavy rain caused two wrecks on highway 61 just south of the 18 Wheeler. More>>
Another group of veterans concludes their visit to Washington D.C. Thursday. More>>
Western Illinois University has been named to The Princeton Review's "Best Midwestern College" list. More>>
The Hannibal Downtown Sidewalk project had some minor corrections to fix before calling the project fully completed. More>>
Twenty-five people have died on Missouri roads this year according to MoDOT. More>>
You may want to pack up your vehicle and take the family on a trip this Labor Day Weekend because gas prices are the lowest they've been on this holiday weekend in four years More>>
A Nauvoo woman is charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old child. More>>
Quincy Police say they have recovered the body of a man who had been reported missing since Wednesday morning. More>>
Local pools have closed for the season, but Hannibal officials still have a lot decisions to make when it comes to their community pool. Director of Parks and Recreation, Andy Dorian says up to $800,000 has been budgeted for repairs, but he hopes the cost will be lower. More>>
The Quincy Police Department says a fifth grade student at Chaddock is under investigation after a toy gun was found in a book bag.
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