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Fire officials say cause of Quincy fire undetermined

Tri-Township Lt. Richard Kestner says the cause of a fire that destroyed a Quincy home early Sunday morning is undetermined because of the heavy damage. More>>

Roofers staying safe in the dangerous heat Video included

Construction crews know working outside in the heat is dangerous, so there are several precautions they have to take in order to stay safe. More>>

Former educator from Macomb honored by state board

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A former teacher and administrator from Macomb was honored by the Illinois State Board of Education last week for her 73 years in education. More>>

Number of bat sightings prompts health department to warn residents

The McDonough County Health is warning residents of the danger of rabies after receiving several calls regarding bats found in homes. More>>

Preliminary hearing scheduled for man accused in fatal car crash

A preliminary hearing was scheduled Monday morning for a Liberty man involved in a fatal car crash, according to court records. More>>

Dietitian gives tips for packing a healthy lunch Video included

The packed lunches parents send to school with their kids may not be as healthy as originally thought. Less than one third of lunches kids take to school meet government nutrition standards, according to a Tufts University study. 
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Bayview Bridge gets detailed inspection

Traffic on Quincy's Bayview Bridge is down to one lane of traffic starting Monday. More>>

Champ Clark Bridge down to one-lane traffic

Champ Clark Bridge in Louisiana, Missouri is down to one lane of traffic beginning Monday. More>>

Excessive heat forces schools to plan to close early on Monday

Some Tri-State school districts are already to close or let classes out early on Monday because of the excessive heat that's forecasted for the region.
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Local women celebrate Women's Equality Day early

Even though Women's Equality Day isn't officially until Tuesday, the League of Women Voters of Adams County celebrated on Sunday.   More>>

Veterans prepare for 26th Honor Flight mission Video included

The Honor Flight veterans and their guardians will return to Hannibal La Grange University on Thursday at around 10 p.m. More>>

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