According to the CDC, the epidemic of drug overdose deaths is worsening at a startling rate among middle-aged women.
New numbers show SkyWest in Quincy continues to have problems getting planes off the ground. The number of cancellations has some flyers hesitant about using
The Central Lee School District has stepped up efforts to fight the issue of students using e-cigarettes.
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.
Old, abandoned, buildings are causing real problems all across the Tri-States. So, why aren’t cities taking faster action to deal with it?
The opioid epidemic is a terrifying reality. According to the Centers for Disease Control, ERs in the Midwest saw a 70 percent rise in overdose cases last year. Now, there’s a new concern regarding the antidote used to save people from opioid overdoses.
How safe are your kids at school? Nine out of 10 public school districts now use drills to prepare students and teachers for possible mass shootings, but those drills can look very different
There are less teachers to choose from for local school districts, which is contributing to the teacher shortage across the state of Illinois.
Hannibal Public Schools was the first district in the Tri-State area to open a school-based health clinic.