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Train derails in West Quincy, Missouri

A train derailed behind Knapheide's West Quincy, Missouri facility.
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WIU lowers price of food for student dining services

The cost to attend college may be going up, but the cost to eat at one local university is actually going down. More>>

Crews respond to Adams County structure fire

Authorities say a shed in Fowler, Illinois was completely destroyed by fire Wednesday morning. More>>

Law toughens road to get back a professional license

The state of Illinois believes it's on firmer legal footing if it has to revoke a professional license, thanks to a new law. More>>

Vets invited to Stand Up and Be Counted

State Representative Norine Hammond (R-Macomb) will join with the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs to host an informational event for all veterans. More>>

Heidelberg German Band celebrates 45 years of music

Formed in 1969, The Heidelberg German Band, nine authentically dressed band members, gave their first performance at the Strassenfest in Quincy.
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Missouri Department of Conservation offers free fishing clinics

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Reservations are needed for the free Discover Nature fishing lessons to be held Wednesdays in September. More>>

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>>

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>>

Honor Flight to take off Thursday

Another group of veterans heads to Washington D.C. Thursday.     More>>

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