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Train derails in West Quincy, Missouri

A train derailed behind Knapheide's West Quincy, Missouri facility.

Later start times for school could improve grades and health

The American Academy of Pediatrics says delaying school start times until 8:30 for teens would cut back on lack of sleep improving grades, health and cutting down on other problems. More>>

Officials say Illinois lacks affordable housing for low income families Video included

A new report shows there's a shortage of over 300,000 affordable housing units in the State of Illinois.

Quincy city officials discuss replacing aging garbage and recycling trucks Video included

The debate over whether or not to replace aging garbage and recycling trucks continues in Quincy. More>>

Man accused of Pike County, Illinois barn fire hires attorney

The man accused of stealing two box trucks in Quincy before setting a Pike County barn on fire appeared in court with a new attorney Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Local law enforcement and residents concerned over dangerous highway Video included

Residents and law enforcement are speaking out on a dangerous highway in Northeast Missouri. More>>

Pike County Board approves letter of support for medical marijuana facility Video included

The first concrete plan to bringing medical marijuana to the Tri-States is underway as officials in Pike County, Illinois approved a letter of support Monday night for a proposed medical marijuana cultivation center. More>>

More charges announced in local drug investigation

More charges announced in local drug investigation

The Hancock County Sheriff's Office says a man was taken into custody Monday on multiple drug charges stemming from an arrest in McDonough County. More>>

Police say investigation turns multiple drug dealer arrests Video included

Hannibal police announced Tuesday an investigation that, over the course of several months, led to the arrests of 26 people on drug charges. More>>

DCFS releases name of daycare provider accused of leaving baby in hot van

The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services released new information in the case of a one-year-old baby girl that was left alone in a hot van last week in Quincy. More>>

La Belle residents under boil order

Some La Belle residents are under a boil order Tuesday and Wednesday. More>>

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