Still no leads in an unsolved murder case in Marion County, but authorities hope a sketch of the unidentified victim will spark some interest. More>>
A McDonough County, Ill., man who went missing last weekend was found dead Wednesday, north of Tennessee.
It was a strong showing for the Mississippi Valley Holstein Club Show at the Adams County Fair Thursday. More>>
An overload of student drivers in the Quincy Public Schools has prompted a local man to open his own driving school. More>>
The new annual Kids Count survey was just released and it assesses the well-being of children and ranks the 50 states.Iowa scored first in health and third in economic well-being for the whole country. Lee County Health Department officials say the county is in line with the health rankings of the statewide survey, but it is lagging in economic well-being.Twenty-four percent of kids are in poverty and that's eight percent higher than the state average. Officials say that is not on par with th... More>>
In less than two weeks, voters in Missouri will have to vote on a heavily debated issue called "Right to Farm" or Amendment 1. More>>
Quincy Police released Thursday morning the identity of a man they say was involved in a home invasion Monday. More>>
Do you get cravings for Chinese food? Well, soon there will be another quick option to get that orange chicken on the go.Construction on the fast food Chinese restaurant Panda Express is coming along quickly in the parking lot of Shopko near 33th and Broadway.Restaurant officials say the construction is on track with the project schedule.One college student says it's a favorite of her's and she's excited to have it in Quincy. "I go there quite a bit at school," Makenna Merritt said. "Panda Ex... More>>
The Internal Revenue Service warns a phone tax scam is targeting tens of thousands of people nationwide. Quincy police say local residents are being targeted. More>>
Millions of dollars worth of road repairs are coming to the Tri-States as part of a billion-dollar plan signed by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn.
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