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Hannibal High School, Middle School dismiss early due to heat

Hannibal High School and Middle School are dismissing early Wednesday due to the heat, according to school officials.  More>>

Illinois law carries stricter punishment for meth near schools Video included

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed three new laws that aim set tougher penalties for drug offenders.
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Quincy school bus driver honored Video included

They say Landsom not only stayed calm and made sure all of her kids were safe, but she also made sure all of their parents were contacted and understood the situation.   More>>

QPS looks at tentative budget Video included

The budget is now subject to public review for 30 days, and will be voted on at the September 24th school board meeting.  More>>

Quincy Police hold hostage training in old school bus Video included

Both officers and QPS officials hope to use this training as a warning. More>>

Local Missourians volunteer to help law enforcement in Ferguson Video included

As protests continue in Ferguson, local law enforcement officers are volunteering to give some relief to those who are trying to keep peace in the area. Law enforcement officers with the Fraternal Order of Police in Northeast Missouri are taking donations of water and soda to the hundreds of officers on the ground in Ferguson. Organizers say it's the least they can do to help the ongoing situation since the police shooting death of 18 year old Michael Brown sparked violent protests."Our inten... More>>

Hannibal emergency departments receive radio upgrades Video included

Communication is key for police when it comes to an emergency. That's why the Hannibal Police Department is upgrading its radio equipment to keep residents safe.Lesley, there are two major projects which law enforcement feels will better strengthen communication and save the city money within all emergency departments. The first would be to use microwave antennas for radios as opposed to phone lines. Police Chief Lyndell Davis says it's a necessary move to cut costs. Davis also says the depar... More>>

Congressman Sam Graves tours Northeast Missouri Video included

U.S. Congressman Sam Graves is making stops across Northeast Missouri to speak on important issues affecting Missourians in the Tri-States. Graves made his first stop at Culver Stockton College in Canton to speak on issues such as EPA regulations to relief for student loan debt. Graves covers 36 counties in Missouri almost all of them north of the Missouri river, and says issues raised in Northeast Missouri are on par with the rest of Missourians and the country. "It's pretty much the same c... More>>

Moms upset after family photos used on fake social media account Video included

Some Monroe County parents are outraged after someone used pictures from their Facebook profiles. More>>

Nauvoo woman admits to starting fire at hotel

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A Nauvoo woman accused of starting a fire at a hotel pleaded guilty to arson, according to the Hancock County Circuit Clerk's Office. More>>

La Belle Boil Order Extended to Whole Town

The boil order issued Monday in La Belle has been extended to the whole town. More>>

QJHS unveils new instruction style Video included

Wednesday was the first day back in the classroom for students in the Quincy Public School District. More>>

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  • Aid group: US doctor who had Ebola has recovered

    Aid group: US doctor who had Ebola has recovered

    Thursday, August 21 2014 9:56 AM EDT2014-08-21 13:56:39 GMT
    The Atlanta hospital where two American aid workers were brought after getting infected with the Ebola virus will hold a news conference to discuss their discharge.More >>
    At least one of the two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa has recovered and was to be discharged Thursday from an Atlanta hospital, a spokeswoman for the aid group he was working...More >>
  • Holder offers reassurance to people of Ferguson

    Holder offers reassurance to people of Ferguson

    Thursday, August 21 2014 7:36 AM EDT2014-08-21 11:36:39 GMT
    It's been a quieter night in Ferguson, Missouri. Some demonstrators returned to the streets Wednesday evening to protest the fatal shooting of a black 18-year-old by a white officer, but in diminished numbers.More >>
    To reassure the people of Ferguson, Attorney General Eric Holder reached into his own past, recalling the times he had been stopped by police officers who seemed to target him because of his race.More >>
  • Hearing set in Amish girls' kidnapping in NY

    Hearing set in Amish girls' kidnapping in NY

    Thursday, August 21 2014 6:24 AM EDT2014-08-21 10:24:28 GMT
    A woman accused along with her boyfriend of abducting and sexually abusing two young Amish sisters is due in court for a preliminary hearing.More >>
    A woman accused along with her boyfriend of abducting two young Amish sisters from a farm stand and sexually abusing them is due in court for a preliminary hearing.More >>
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