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Staying alert and safe on the lake is a top priority for law enforcement and boaters Video included

It's the last holiday weekend for people to get out on their boats and take advantage of the weather, but with more people coming to Mark Twain Lake, law enforcement are stepping up efforts to make sure everyone stays safe. More>>

Grocery stores pushing healthy snacks Video included

Kids can now reach for a healthier snack while waiting in line at the grocery store.
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Bruce Rauner visits Quincy Video included

 He said he's prioritizing a better job climate, politician term limits, and improving schools. More>>

Quincy's History Museum will soon have a new home Video included

Quincy's History Museum will have a new home in downtown Quincy in the fall. The current location of the museum is on South 12th Street, but will be moving to the former Gardner Museum on the corner of 4th and Maine. More>>

Air National Guard pilot killed in military jet crash Video included

Authorities have confirmed the Massachusetts Air National Guard pilot flying a military jet to New Orleans was killed in Wednesday's crash in the remote mountains near Deerfield Valley, Virginia. More>>

Sitter accused off killing dog Video included

A Florida man has been arrested, accused of abusing and killing a miniature 12-pound Dachshund. More>>

Fewer kids getting vaccinations for school Video included

With kids back in Quincy Public Schools this week, vaccination deadlines are being pushed. More>>

Tuna safe for pregnant women?

Consumer Reports Magazine says after studying recent data on mercury from the Food and Drug Administration, the FDA is wrong in suggesting small portions are safe.  More>>

Woman is okay after rain causes two wrecks on Highway 61

Thursday's burst of heavy rain caused two wrecks on highway 61 just south of the 18 Wheeler. More>>

Northeast Missouri traffic deaths on the decline

Twenty-five people have died on Missouri roads this year according to MoDOT. More>>

Experts predict low gas prices will continue through holiday weekend

You may want to pack up your vehicle and take the family on a trip this Labor Day Weekend because gas prices are the lowest they've been on this holiday weekend in four years More>>

Power outage shuts down mall Friday morning.

A power outage forced stores to close for a little more than an hour Friday morning. More>>

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