A Quincy man sits in the Adams County Jail, transferred from Sangamon County on Tuesday. Gage Patterson will be in court on Wednesday, accused of violating an order of protection
A Quincy man sits in the Adams County Jail, transferred from Sangamon County on Tuesday. Gage Patterson will be in court on Wednesday, accused of violating an order of protection for a Quincy teen who drowned in a pond last month.
In 2015, Deanna Vahle’s mom, Kay, was a resident at Good Samaritan home in Quincy, when she got a phone call that made her heart
We are digging deeper into the challenges Tri-State parents face when trying to find child care. Also, what can parents do when they run into
As the opioid crisis grips the Tri-States, doctors who prescribe the highly-addictive drugs are looking for alternatives to treat pain.
You can’t walk inside Quincy’s former Sycamore Healthcare facility without a hard hat. It’s obvious to see why.
If you have a child who battles a peanut allergy or other allergic reactions, you know how scary they can be. Parents rely on epinephrine injectors,
Poverty is real and according to the U.S. Census Bureau 12.8 percent of people Adams County are living in poverty.
If you struggle with healthcare costs, you’re not alone. The average person spends about $10,000 a year for healthcare. From the look of 4-year-old Hayden
Friday, a Keokuk daycare could close while in the middle of a child neglect investigation. A mother claims staff at Rosie Posie Child Development
We’re digging deeper into a new study that John Wood Community College officials say shows good news for Illinois students. The study is
Can you count on airline service at Quincy Regional Airport? Some travelers are fed up with flight after flight delayed or canceled.
The Great Flood of 1993 was one of the most devastating natural disasters in U.S. history and an event the Tri-States will never forget. Are we better prepared today if it happens again?
People living in the area of 11th and Jackson, where the shooting happened, say the neighborhood is going downhill.
The Quincy Police Department officer who shot and killed a male suspect Monday night was not wearing a body camera at the time of the shooting, according to a QPD spokesman.