Warm weather and Spring months are already bringing in heavy crowds for some businesses and they hope the trend can continue.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says bumper pads in cribs can strangle, suffocate or trap children. More>>
Police in the Tri-States are locking people up everyday for serious drugs including meth. More>>
A small Tri-States school is bringing some big names to the Adams County Fairgrounds in hopes of raising money. More>>
It was a sea of pastels across Washington Park in Quincy Saturday as kids raced to pick up Easter eggs. More>>
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Illinois has obtained a waiver from some parts of federal No Child Left Behind education law. More>>
Some local kids got a head start hunting Easter eggs at Quincy's Flinn Stadium Friday night. More>>
With the dangers of meth and other drugs so prominent in rural areas, Missouri conservation agents are turning to more powerful weapons to protect area parks. The weapon of choice is an AR-15, a semi-automatic rifle. More>>
The first ever Cancer Crush event took place at The Ambiance Friday night and people were coming in by the hundreds. While it was about raising money, the event's purpose hit close to home for some. More>>
Four possible cases of a rare, but contagious disease have shown up in one Tri-States county. More>>
On Friday, Christians gathered at Luther Memorial Church in Quincy to reflect on the meaning of Good Friday. Five people told about the Passion of Christ by portraying apostles like Peter or even Mary, the mother of Jesus. More>>
The Quincy Mall has a special guest in town for Easter, the Easter Bunny of course!
On Easter weekend, people hold family get togethers, which includes Easter dinner. However, local experts encourage you to be cautious with your food when it's sitting out. More>>
The Easter Bunny made an early stop with more than 8,000 plastic eggs at one local University Saturday morning. More>>
A Missouri Senate committee has endorsed a 1-cent sales tax increase to fund transportation projects. More>>
People interested in getting into the medical marijuana business in Illinois say the proposed financial requirements are discouraging, if not prohibitive. More>>
The federal government is starting a new program to help monitor and possibly control the spread of a virus that has killed millions of pigs since showing up in the U.S. last year. More>>
With warmer weather on the way, several local organizations are teaming up to promote outdoor safety. 'The Get Active, Be Safe' campaign kicked off Thursday at the Madison Davis Bicycle Shop in Quincy. More>>
A resident at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy was pulled from a lake on the property Friday afternoon. More>>
Two people face three to seven years in prison after police arrested them on drug charges. More>>
Harrison County, Mo. (WGEM) - A Hannibal asphalt contractor is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly scamming two senior citizens in Harrison County, Missouri. More>>
Hog farmers are hopeful warmer temperatures will finally kill the deadly porcine epidemic diarrhea virus.
The days of "unlimited" deer permits are over for now in Missouri. More>>
A Keokuk man faces up to 30 years in prison after police arrested him on a felony drug charge Wednesday, following a burglary investigation at another residence. More>>
It's been a little more than a year since video gambling became legal in Illinois and now another Tri-State small town hopes to profit by bringing in machines. More>>
Deputies with the Pike County, Illinois Sheriff's Department have new passengers riding along with them, teddy bears. More>>
Drug treatment programs in Illinois could see major cuts if a temporary tax increase expires later this year.
Kids will be hopping up to see what's in their Easter baskets on Sunday, but health officials warn that one gift might carry more than you bargained for. The Adams County Health Department reminds parents that baby chicks carry the risk of salmonella. More>>
More than 600 seniors walked through the doors of the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center Thursday afternoon in Hannibal. It was the Seventh Annual Senior Expo and the theme was "Live: Live it Well". More>>
Culver-Stockton College is making progress in the search for its next president. More>>
Do you have an old paycheck or money left in a closed checking account waiting for you? More>>
The Memorial and Bayview bridges will get a fresh look, thanks to the state of Illinois. More>>
A search warrant of an apartment complex led police to two arrests Tuesday. More>>
A traffic stop led sheriff's deputies to two drug arrests April 9. More>>
An overloaded junction box was the cause of an early morning fire in Quincy on Wednesday that took the lives of two people.
Police arrested three Hannibal residents after a Division of Child and Social Services investigation Wednesday, April 2. More>>