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Hagel: ISIS threat beyond anything we've seen Video included

In a matter of months, the terror group ISIS has risen from an obscure Al Qaeda offshoot to one of the greatest emerging threats against the United States and now Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the ISIS threat is beyond anything we've seen. More>>

Mourners pay tribute to Michael Brown Video included

Ferguson, Missouri's Canfield Drive just may be one of the most famous streets in America, for all the wrong reasons. More>>

Emerging concerns that CrossFit could invite injury to women

New concerns are emerging about the damage CrossFit and other high intensity workouts can cause to some people's bodies, especially in women.
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More states to recognize Illinois concealed carry

Officials say more states are recognizing Illinois' concealed carry permit. More>>

Many area students head back to the books

Monday was the first day of school for many area students, but others get a few more days of summer vacation. More>>

Man charged with attempted murder after shooting another man is in court

According to court records, Cedric Cook, 28, of Champaign, Illinois faces an arraignment in Lee County, Iowa on charges of attempted murder after allegedly shooting another man in the chest.
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Disaster response training for local volunteers Saturday Video included

The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Disaster Response Team holds a disaster response training at the St. John's Luther Church in Quincy on Saturday. More>>

Hannibal-LaGrange University swarms new students

New students moving on campus Thursday aren't going unnoticed. More>>

Spike in Online Enrollment at John Wood Video included

More and more college students are typing and clicking their way to a degree. More>>

The District hopes new executive director will attract new business downtown Video included

Empty storefronts are starting to add up in downtown Quincy. More>>

Former drug addicts graduate from Adams County Drug Court Video included

After months and even years of hard work, some Adams County residents are starting a new chapter in their lives as they fight their addiction to drugs. More>>

Palmyra City Council backs development proposal

There's growing support for a new 39 unit senior multi-family low income apartment complex in Palmyra. Local developer Ed Dent is looking to build the complex in downtown Palmyra near the courthouse if he can get the low income state tax credits. Dent applied for the credit last year but didn't receive funding. Palmyra Mayor Loren Graham says this won't only address a growing need in the city but also help in other ways. "It would also help our downtown because it's close to downtown and we'... More>>

Palmyra Cemetery in need of funds

Palmyra residents are asking the city to help preserve a historical part of its community. The old Palmyra Cemetery caretaker Gene Feigenspan says volunteers have worked for years to get the area in decent shape, but they need money to restore some of the stones that have either fallen over or split in half. Feigenspan says it's important to preserve these pieces of Palmyra history."The Russell Family that started the Pony Express, that family is all over here," Feigenspan said. "We have a lo... More>>

County Market opens only grocery store in Louisiana Video included

It's been almost two years since there was a grocery store in Louisiana Missouri, but on Thursday a local company changed that and held a grand opening. More>>

Heat leads to early dismissals Friday

Hannibal high school and middle school will dismiss early Friday.  More>>

Drivers getting used to new high school traffic pattern Video included

Students and parents in Hannibal are getting used to a new traffic pattern this year.  More>>

Fort Madison High School students adjusting to new schedule format Video included

As Fort Madison High School students head back to school this year they are adjusting to a new schedule format. More>>

Ferguson: Will peace last? Video included

National Guard soldiers are moving out of Ferguson, Missouri. More>>

Local school dismisses students early due to heat Video included

Hannibal let its high school and middle school students out early Thursday because of the hot and humid conditions. More>>

Sports memorabilia display sheds light on Keokuk's past Video included

A Keokuk sports buff is giving residents a look into the city's past with a new display.
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Hot and humid conditions can affect your body quickly Video included

The body naturally sweats as a process to help cool us off when we get hot.  More>>

Harvest Market to Open Wednesday Video included

A convenience store with a new look is about to open in Quincy. Niemann Foods is preparing to open its new Harvest Market store Wednesday.  More>>

Pike County, Missouri man says he accidentally shot his wife

A Pike County, Missouri man told police he accidentally shot his wife Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Nixon orders withdrawal of Guard from Ferguson Video included

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Gov. Jay Nixon is ordering the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old. More>>

Senator pushes Amtrak to stop delays

US Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is renewing his push to reduce Amtrak train delays in Illinois. More>>

Ebola patients released Video included

Nearly three weeks after surprising many by walking into Emory University Hospital sick with Ebola, Dr. Kent Brantly is walking out. More>>

Students mourn James Foley Video included

As reports of the death of American photojournalist James Foley at the hands of ISIS militants in Iraq reverberated around the world, many in Phoenix, Arizona remembered him for other reasons. More>>

Rain slows protests, grand jury meets Video included

Heavy rains slowed the protests overnight in Ferguson, Missouri. More>>

Hannibal High School, Middle School dismiss early due to heat

Hannibal High School and Middle School are dismissing early Thursday due to the heat, according to school officials.  More>>

QPS looks at tentative budget Video included

The budget is now subject to public review for 30 days, and will be voted on at the September 24th school board meeting.  More>>

Moms upset after family photos used on fake social media account Video included

Some Monroe County parents are outraged after someone used pictures from their Facebook profiles. More>>

More Missourians needing food pantry assistance Video included

Statewide, there are more than one million Missourians who get assistance from food pantries across the state. More>>

Local health officials prepping after first case of Human West Nile Virus reported Video included

With rain and warmer temperatures on the way, it's a breeding ground for mosquitoes. More>>

Texas governor turns himself in at county jail

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Texas Governor Rick Perry turned himself in to authorities Tuesday on charges of abuse of power. More>>

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