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Local hog farmer deals with deadly hog virus Video included

Hog farmers are hopeful warmer temperatures will finally killed the deadly porcine epidemic diarrhea virus.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports five million hogs have died from the PED virus since it was first discovered last May.  More>>

Quincy's biggest Easter egg hunt at Flynn Stadium

The Crossing hosts Quincy's biggest Easter egg hunt at Flynn Stadium Friday night. Last year, more than 1,100 kids attended the egg hunt and organizers expect an even bigger turnout this year. The event opens at 5 p.m. for those with VIP tickets, but tickets are not required for admission. The event is free to the public at 5:30 p.m. and the egg hunt begins at 6 p.m. The event is geared towards kids aged 3 years through 6th grade. Horse rides and other activities will be available at The Cros... More>>

MDC to limit antlerless deer tags Video included

courtesy: Missouri Department of Conservation courtesy: Missouri Department of Conservation

The days of "unlimited" deer permits are over for now in Missouri. More>>

'Get Active, Be Safe' initiative kicks off Thursday Video included

With warmer weather on the way, several local organizations are teaming up to promote outdoor safety. 'The Get Active, Be Safe' campaign kicked off Thursday at the Madison Davis Bicycle Shop in Quincy. More>>

Keokuk man faces 30 years on drug charge connected with burglary

A Keokuk man faces up to 30 years in prison after police arrested him on a felony drug charge Wednesday, following a burglary investigation at another residence. More>>

Village board approves video gambling in small town of Pearl Video included

It's been a little more than a year since video gambling became legal in Illinois and now another Tri-State small town hopes to profit by bringing in machines. More>>

Teddy bears are now riding along in some patrol cars Video included

Deputies with the Pike County, Illinois Sheriff's Department have new passengers riding along with them, teddy bears. More>>

Drug treatment programs would take hit if Illinois income tax increase expires Video included

Drug treatment programs in Illinois could see major cuts if a temporary tax increase expires later this year.
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A popular Easter gift might be carrying dangerous diseases Video included

Kids will be hopping up to see what's in their Easter baskets on Sunday, but health officials warn that one gift might carry more than you bargained for. The Adams County Health Department reminds parents that baby chicks carry the risk of salmonella.  More>>

Does the state owe you cash?

Do you have an old paycheck or money left in a closed checking account waiting for you? More>>

Apartment building search leads to two arrests

A search warrant of an apartment complex led police to two arrests Tuesday. More>>

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