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Firefighters work to extinguish a house fire Tuesday afternoon in Bowen. Firefighters work to extinguish a house fire Tuesday afternoon in Bowen.

Crews respond to house fire in Bowen Video included

A family of four in Bowen, Illinois is without a home after their house burned to the ground Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Trial delayed again for man accused of killing gas station clerk

The trial for a man accused of killing a Hannibal gas station clerk has been delayed again. More>>

School, MoDOT move forward with safety changes to street

A plan to increase student safety when leaving the Hannibal High School parking lot is moving forward. More>>

City offers alternative to trash stickers Video included

Quincy officials released more details about the garbage tote program for those who don't want to hassle with buying garbage stickers. More>>

Business owner who tased customer denied a new trial

A Quincy business owner who tased a customer was told Tuesday she wouldn't get a new trial. More>>

Iowa delays plan to move inmates out of old prison

The Iowa Department of Corrections is delaying plans to close the 175-year-old Iowa State Penitentiary after discovering problems in the heating and cooling system in its $132 million replacement. More>>

Local business to host free tire recycling event

A longtime Quincy business is hosting a free tire recycling event this weekend. More>>

Missouri Department of Conservation supplying all agents with AR-15s Video included

With the dangers of meth and other drugs so prominent in rural areas, Missouri Conservation agents are turning to more powerful weapons. More>>

Former DMV building to be demolished Video included

Officials say the building used to be a former grocery store, and later the DMV, but it's sat empty for several years now. More>>

Garbage abuse forced city to close Hannibal recycling area

The amount of garbage, tires, and mattresses found off Warren Barrett Drive in Hannibal, Missouri was simply too much for the Northeast Missouri Sheltered Workshop to keep up with, which is why the city closed the recycling center in that area.  More>>

Tax break could affect local businesses in Missouri

Northeast Missouri businesses could soon see more money in their pocket. State lawmakers recently passed a bill that would give businesses a tax break by phasing in a 25 percent deduction for business income reported on personal tax returns. More>>

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