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Quincy Residents Head To Missouri For Easter Weekend Gas Video included

Gas prices are an aspect of the road that affects many drivers and more specifically their wallets. Quincy comes in with prices nearly seven cents above the national average at $3.69 a gallon. Across Illinois prices are up to 20 cents more. That's why many Quincy residents are choosing to go elsewhere for their gas. More>>

Local businesses looking for big summer to offset slow winter Video included

Warm weather and Spring months are already bringing in heavy crowds for some businesses and they hope the trend can continue.
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Legislation could ban crib bumper pads

The American Academy of Pediatrics says bumper pads in cribs can strangle, suffocate or trap children. More>>

Addicts Victorious celebrates 27 years of helping people get sober

Police in the Tri-States are locking people up everyday for serious drugs including meth. More>>

Music With A Mission Raises Money For School Programs Facing Budgetary Cuts

A small Tri-States school is bringing some big names to the Adams County Fairgrounds in hopes of raising money. More>>

Missouri Department of Conservation supplying all agents with AR-15's Video included

With the dangers of meth and other drugs so prominent in rural areas, Missouri conservation agents are turning to more powerful weapons to protect area parks. The weapon of choice is an AR-15, a semi-automatic rifle. More>>

Tri-State churches bringing in more people on Easter Sunday Video included

The faithful gathered for worship in churches around the Tri-States Sunday on the most sacred day of the year for Christians. More>>

Easter egg hunt draws families out to Quincy's Washington Park

It was a sea of pastels across Washington Park in Quincy Saturday as kids raced to pick up Easter eggs. More>>

Illinois approved for No Child Left Behind waiver

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Illinois has obtained a waiver from some parts of federal No Child Left Behind education law. More>>

Thousands of kids attend Crossing Easter egg hunt

Some local kids got a head start hunting Easter eggs at Quincy's Flinn Stadium Friday night. More>>

First Ever Cancer Crush Fundraiser Video included

The first ever Cancer Crush event took place at The Ambiance Friday night and people were coming in by the hundreds. While it was about raising money, the event's purpose hit close to home for some. More>>

Rare but contagious disease shows up in the Tri-States Video included

The anterior neck of a young child, which displays the characteristic cervical swelling due to enlargement of the submaxillary salivary glands brought on by a mumps infection. The anterior neck of a young child, which displays the characteristic cervical swelling due to enlargement of the submaxillary salivary glands brought on by a mumps infection.

Four possible cases of a rare, but contagious disease have shown up in one Tri-States county. More>>

Local Christians take time to commemorate Good Friday Video included

On Friday, Christians gathered at Luther Memorial Church in Quincy to reflect on the meaning of Good Friday. Five people told about the Passion of Christ by portraying apostles like Peter or even Mary, the mother of Jesus.  More>>

The Easter Bunny has hopped over to the Quincy Mall Video included

The Quincy Mall has a special guest in town for Easter, the Easter Bunny of course!
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Local experts warn about letting your Easter dinner sit out too long Video included

On Easter weekend, people hold family get togethers, which includes Easter dinner. However, local experts encourage you to be cautious with your food when it's sitting out.  More>>

Mo. Senate panel endorses penny transportation tax

A Missouri Senate committee has endorsed a 1-cent sales tax increase to fund transportation projects. More>>

Financial requirements in Illinois medical marijuana draft rules seen as prohibitive

People interested in getting into the medical marijuana business in Illinois say the proposed financial requirements are discouraging, if not prohibitive. More>>

USDA orders farms to report pig virus infections

The federal government is starting a new program to help monitor and possibly control the spread of a virus that has killed millions of pigs since showing up in the U.S. last year. More>>

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