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Troopers urge safety as holiday travel begins

Labor Day travel is underway and local troopers say drivers need to be mindful of others out on the road. More>>

Fewer kids getting vaccinations for school Video included

With kids back in Quincy Public Schools this week, vaccination deadlines are being pushed. More>>

Tuna safe for pregnant women?

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>>

Woman is okay after rain causes two wrecks on Highway 61

Thursday's burst of heavy rain caused two wrecks on highway 61 just south of the 18 Wheeler. More>>

Honor Flight veterans are welcomed home Video included

Another group of veterans concludes their visit to Washington D.C. Thursday.     More>>

WIU ranked in "Best Midwestern College" list

Western Illinois University has been named to The Princeton Review's "Best Midwestern College" list. More>>

Construction crew fixes small problem in Hannibal's downtown sidewalk project

The Hannibal Downtown Sidewalk project had some minor corrections to fix before calling the project fully completed. More>>

Northeast Missouri traffic deaths on the decline

Twenty-five people have died on Missouri roads this year according to MoDOT. More>>

Experts predict low gas prices will continue through holiday weekend

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>>

Nauvoo woman charged in connection with death of 19-month-old child Video included

A Nauvoo woman is charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old child. More>>

Missing man's body found in Quincy park Video included

Quincy Police say they have recovered the body of a man who had been reported missing since Wednesday morning. More>>

Hannibal Parks and Recreation preparing for pool upgrades Video included

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>>

Chaddock student under investigation after bringing toy gun to school

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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