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Local business to use its own clinic to treat employees

How would you like to go to your primary doctor for free? That'll soon be an option for many Quincy employees after Knapheide sets up its own Family Wellness Center. More>>

Lee County Task Force leads Iowa in meth lab seizures Video included

The Lee County Narcotics Task Force continues to lead the state of Iowa in the number of meth labs it shuts down each year. More>>

Hannibal city council renews building lease with General Mills

One of Hannibal's biggest employers will get to stay in a city owned building for another few years. More>>

Boston Marathon runners in the Tri-States prepare for this year's race Video included

One Rushville man was just blocks away from the bombing after completing the race,  while a Quincy woman was a few miles from the finish line when the bombs went off. More>>

Pittsfield working to "spruce up" downtown area Video included

As small towns across the country work to fill vacant store fronts left over from the recession, one Tri-State town is working on revitalizing the look of its downtown area. More>>

Long winter wreaks havoc on city streets Video included

The rough winter is taking a toll on roads in Pike County, Illinois. More>>

Board to vote again on hospital funding

The Lee County Board of Supervisors will vote again later this week to give the financially struggling Keokuk Area Hospital more money after running into legal issues. More>>

QU to offer new masters programs Video included

Teachers in Illinois have two new programs to choose from to further their educations. More>>

Police arrest resident on drug charges while investigating burglary in her home

A Keokuk woman faces up to 30 years in prison on drug charges after police arrested her Tuesday. More>>

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: One year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings

The anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings promises to be a day of tributes to the three people who died, the more than 260 people who were hurt, and the first responders, doctors and nurses who helped them. More>>

City of Quincy saving money on solid waste Video included

The city of Quincy will be saving money on solid waste removal for the next few years. More>>

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