Water continues to rise on the Mississippi River, causing problems for homeowners and businesses who call the riverfront home.
14 Illinois State Police cars have already been hit this year.
Keokuk Tourism leaders are presenting their case for more money in the budget to city council Thursday evening.
Authorities in Keokuk say they’re in wait and see mode on whether they’ll put in the city’s flood gates.
Area farmers got the chance to save money on equipment in Hancock County Thursday at one of the largest farm auctions in the Tri-States.
A large crowd was on hand to watch the grand opening of Gordmans in Keokuk this morning.
The city of Keokuk will consider raising the prices at the city pool this summer.
Quincy University is vigorously denying allegations against the school that have been made in a lawsuit filed in 2018.
A former Fort Madison High School basketball coach as been missing since last week, according to Burlington Police.
Quincy Public Library officials have approved a five year strategic plan that covers staffing, funding, early literacy offerings, promotion of city-wide goals, and increasing awareness of QPL services.
The band, Shinedown, will headline the Illinois Lottery Grandstand on Saturday, August 17 at the Illinois State Fair.