It's a parent's worst nightmare. A child goes missing. And, vital information can help identify a child faster. More>>
Last year's harsh winter is still impacting the city of Quincy, and now it's time to get ready for the next one. More>>
A driver of a Semi was able to walk away after his rig rolled over on a ramp along I-172 this afternoon.The accident happened around 4:30 in the afternoon as the driver was exiting Highway 57 and about to head south on 172. The driver lost control on the ramp. The truck was carrying shortening and icing for cakes.Several boxes fell off the truck, but nothing spilled open. More>>
Hannibal fire officials are seeing an uptick in the number of dumpster fires happening around the city this summer. Sunday night, two dumpsters in the downtown area were set on fire. Fire crews were able to put them out without the fire spreading. Hannibal Fire Chief Bill Madore says he's noticed an uptick since the fourth of July. So far, the Hannibal Police Department has yet to charge anyone with setting these fires. More>>
At a time of year when you usually see gas prices go up, all of us are glad to see prices falling. They've dropped almost $.30 in the Quincy area since the first of the month, and experts project prices to continue to drop in the coming weeks.There are benefits not just for drivers, but also the tourism industry in the Tri-States. Gail Bryant, the executive director of the Hannibal Convention and Visitor's Bureau, said Hannibal is seeing record breaking numbers this year, and she said if gas ... More>>
As the number of motorcycle fatalities continues to rise in Illinois, state lawmakers are considering creating a new license category to curb the trend. More>>
Quincy residents say cars and home break-ins are happening all too often this summer, and they want to see a stop to it.
Kids are never too young to learn about the fun art projects can create. On Monday, first, second and third graders did just that. Monday was the first day of Drawing It Out at the Quincy Art Center.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, viral hepatitis is a global health issue affecting nearly 400 million people. Monday was World Hepatitis Day, a day to raise awareness about a subject local officials say isn't usually talked about.
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