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Why isn't there a treatment or vaccine for Ebola?

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In the four decades since the Ebola virus was first identified in Africa, treatment hasn't changed much. There are no licensed drugs or vaccines for the deadly disease. More>>

Keokuk woman arrested on felony drug charges

Police arrested a Keokuk woman on felony drug charges Thursday. More>>

Seniors, inspired by vets in apartment complex, raise money for Honor Flight

A senior apartment resident's council donated $600 to Great River Honor Flight after seeing how much the flight affected some of its own residents. More>>

States offer tax-free weekend for back-to-school shopping Video included

This weekend, families have the chance to save money on school supplies and clothes during back-to-school tax-free weekend in Iowa and Missouri. More>>

Volunteers run 135 mile relay for St. Jude's

Volunteers and runners start a 135-mile journey for a good cause on Friday.The 10th Annual St. Jude Quincy to Peoria Run takes off at 5:30 p.m. with 76 runners leading the way.Runners and volunteers meet at 5th and Hampshire in Quincy and make a 24-hour trek to the Peoria Civic Center, followed by a caravan of RV's.The relay style run raises money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. All of the proceeds go directly to St. Jude's. More>>

Go West buses look to beef up security with new cameras Video included

Public Transportation in Macomb could soon be getting a lot safer. More>>

Cash-strapped college students turn to gift registries for school supplies Video included

As the cost of college continues to rise, some students are taking a cue from engaged couples when it comes to getting the supplies they need. More>>

"The Voice" contestant performs in Quincy Video included

She may not have been named "The Voice", but Thursday night in Quincy, Gracia Harrison proved why she was a front runner for Team Blake. More>>

Ursa Farmers Cooperative donates new grain rescue tube Video included

Fifteen to 20 people get stuck in a grain bin every year, and about three out of every four end up dying. That's why a local business is making sure rescue crews have access to a grain rescue tube. More>>

Debate over retail store development on war site in Fort Madison Video included

A historic American war site in Fort Madison has become a battlefield of debate over a new development project on the land.
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