Stegeman said that in total, it should take workers around three to four hours to get the roads cleared. More>>
WGEM radio stations are back on the air after a water leak damaged equipment and took the FM and AM stations off the air early Sunday morning. Engineers said programming will be altered for a few days while they await the arrival of new equipment. WGEM apologies for the inconvenience. The station is working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. WGEM television stations are not impacted by this issue and continue with regular programing. More>>
The story of one family's close involvement in the attacks on Pearl Harbor has close ties to the Tri-States. More>>
Troopers say a semi overturned on the northbound lane at around 4:30, leaking fuel. More>>
Big thanks to everyone who handed us toys along the parade route! More>>
Everyone brought gifts, but instead of them going to Josh, he said he wanted to donate them to children in need. More>>
The exhibit will be on display through January 19th. More>>
Officers say they took cash and merchandise, and ran away. More>>
Saturday marks the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. More>>
She was taken to Culbertson Hospital with minor injuries. More>>
Despite the bone chilling temperatures Saturday, dozens of brave people set out on the Ring-A-Bell 5K run/walk.
Some Tri-State children got the chance to see the softer side of police officers Saturday morning. More>>
The proud German heritage of Quincy is celebrated over the weekend with a Christmas flair.For the second year, the Historic Quincy Business District sponsors the ChristKindl Market Saturday, December 7th, and Sunday, December 8th, at the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center at 639 York. The market is modeled off German and European traditions of an open air Christmas festival that began in Germany.Quincy's version will feature wares from local shops and artists, authentic German food and ... More>>
QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -- Finding a job in this economy is tough. It's even tougher for recent college graduates. A recent jobs report shows nearly 16% are unemployed. And with December graduations More>>
A new study shows more than half of new car buyers are now buying used cars, instead of the latest models.
If your house is going to get broken in to, odds are it will happen in the next couple of weeks. According to the FBI, nearly 400,000 home burglaries happen in November and December in America.
Some Quincy Public School students kicked off the Christmas season Friday. More>>
Many Tri-State schools struggle to pay for necessities because of decreased state funding every year. More>>
Look in a dorm room and you may find laptops, televisions, and gaming consoles, but should students leave that over an extended break? More>>
Parts of Quincy will experience an interruption to their water service Friday morning.A water main break is interrupting water service for an estimated 4-5 hours for residents who live on 4th Street from Oak to Chestnut, College Avenue from 4th to 5th, and Elm Street from 4th to 5th. Once repairs are complete, a 48-hour boil order will be put in effect. More>>
QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -- There was another big turnout Thursday night as Quincy residents were talking trash again. Mayor Kyle Moore hosted the second public forum this week to get public feedback on More>>
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