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


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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