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Quincy police rescue woman from burning home Video included

Four Quincy police officers were first to arrive on scene of a deadly house fire early Wednesday morning.  They're talking about how they were able to work together to save a woman's life. More>>

Schools encouraged to use digital emergency response plans Video included

A bill moving from the House to the Senate would encourage school districts to make their plans available on some special software. More>>

Quincy ranked 11th fastest growing city in Illinois Video included

The Gem City has received a notable honor, as it has been ranked as one of the fastest growing cities in the state. More>>

Prayer vigil held to honor family in fatal fire Video included

Friends said the support displayed Wednesday really speaks to the kindness of strangers, and the kindness of the Quincy community. More>>

Investigators rule on cause of deadly Quincy house fire Video included

Friends and family are in shock after a baby boy and his dad die in a house fire. More>>

Family of three escapes from apartment after fire breaks out

A mother and her two children escaped their Blandinsville apartment Wednesday morning after a fire broke out. More>>

Barry food pantry holding fundraiser for new roof Video included

A local food pantry is looking for your help keeping a roof over its head. More>>

Beef prices skyrocket, hit record high Video included

Beef, it may be what's not for dinner, as prices have hit an all time high. According to CNN Money, the average price of a pound of ground beef has hit $3.55.

New report reveals how safe Keokuk High School students feel at school Video included

Could your child's school being doing more to keep students safe?

Local event helps protect identities and the planet

On-Site Information Destruction and County Market are teaming up to offer residents the chance to have their paper records shredded and recycled to help celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22. More>>

Canton Ferry to close permanently

The ferry had been shut down for repairs to the hull of the barge, but further inspection by the U.S. Coast Guard showed the cost would be too great for repair. More>>

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