The State Board of Education is investigating claims that Quincy Public Schools broke the law while providing special education. More>>
Overgrown yards, broken glass, roof problems; Those are some of the complaints from residents in Pike County, Illinois who say they're fed up with dilapidated properties in their neighborhoods. More>>
You can never be too careful with your child, and today dozens of local parents prepared for the worst.The Illinois State Police, local authorities, and the Payson Masonic Lodge 379 put together more than 50 free child identification kits in case of an abduction or missing child. Each child was fingerprinted, had their picture taken, and even gave a DNA sample. Organizers say having this information in one place is a big first step in recovering your child. "If parents have their kid go throu... More>>
Finding a cab in the Gem City may be a little easier after a new service opened this week. Mr. Taxi is a new taxi service in Quincy with a city license. Owner David French says the service will run 24 hours a day. French said with another taxi service, people should have no excuse for not getting home safely and responsibly."Hope it will keep people off the roads," French said. "I understand people want to go have fun, but you can get carried away. Hopefully there's no excuse for someone to e... More>>
Quincy residents looking to find an apartment will soon have another option. More>>
Spurred to action by the downing of the Malaysian airliner, the European Union approved dramatically tougher economic sanctions Tuesday against Russia, including an arms embargo and restrictions on state-owned banks.... More>>
More people are out of work in Lee County, Iowa. More>>
The Quincy YMCA will be open 24 hours a day beginning Aug. 11. More>>
Results from a state audit on the Clark County Circuit Clerk's Office shows thousands of dollars are missing or misappropriated. More>>
A driver of a semi was able to walk away after his rig rolled over on a ramp along I-172 Monday afternoon.
A Quincy family made it out of an early morning house fire safely. More>>
It's a parent's worst nightmare. A child goes missing. And, vital information can help identify a child faster. More>>
Last year's harsh winter is still impacting the city of Quincy, and now it's time to get ready for the next one. More>>
Hannibal fire officials are seeing an uptick in the number of dumpster fires happening around the city this summer. Sunday night, two dumpsters in the downtown area were set on fire. Fire crews were able to put them out without the fire spreading. Hannibal Fire Chief Bill Madore says he's noticed an uptick since the fourth of July. So far, the Hannibal Police Department has yet to charge anyone with setting these fires. More>>
At a time of year when you usually see gas prices go up, all of us are glad to see prices falling. They've dropped almost $.30 in the Quincy area since the first of the month, and experts project prices to continue to drop in the coming weeks.There are benefits not just for drivers, but also the tourism industry in the Tri-States. Gail Bryant, the executive director of the Hannibal Convention and Visitor's Bureau, said Hannibal is seeing record breaking numbers this year, and she said if gas ... More>>
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