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Parents Raising Parents: An in-depth report

For most kids, their parents are the ones taking care of them from infancy, but as the population ages, the tables are turning. More>>

Human remains found near Oak Street Mall Video included

Quincy Police are trying to piece together information as they attempt to identify human remains found behind Oak Street Mall. More>>

Local fourth graders get a trip overseas without leaving town Video included

Kids in Quincy got a taste of life outside of the United States right in their own backyard. Quincy Notre Dame hosted its Annual Culture Day today.  More>>

John Wood Community College hosts open house for engineering and manufacturing Video included

John Wood Community College is reaching out to those interested in its engineering and manufacturing program. Students, parents, and teachers are taking part in a open house.  More>>

Local officers urge drivers to keep an eye open for tractors Video included

Spring time means flowers and warmer weather, but it also means farmers will be out in the fields and on local roads. More>>

Lee County building makes list of state's most endangered Video included

A church in Lee County has been named one of the top ten most endangered buildings in the state. More>>

Adult venue owner agrees to shut down business

The owner of the controversial adult venue in McDonough County has agreed to shut down ahead of Thursday's court hearing.

Missouri counties could soon help those in need quicker during disasters

A bill given final approval by the Missouri Senate Thursday will allow counties to create voluntary registries of people with health issues who need assistance in weather emergencies.

Feds propose regulations on e-cigarettes Video included

As e-cigarettes gain popularity among teenagers, the FDA is proposing strict regulations on them for the first time. More>>

Family offers reward for information about damaged headstone

The family of a man who lost his battle with cancer is looking for the people responsible for damaging his headstone. More>>

Early Childhood Center safe for now

Directors at Quincy Early Childhood Center could breathe a sigh of relief Wednesday night. More>>

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