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.
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.
Teaching shortages are a nationwide problem that’s hitting the Tri-States hard.
The holiday shopping season is the biggest time of the year for retailers. And, how shoppers spend their money is a hot topic right now.
If you or a loved one suffers from mental illness, finding help can be a struggle in parts of the Tri-States.
If you’re looking for a killer deal on a home, you may consider Macomb, Illinois. Some buyers are saving thousands of dollars on homes as the market struggles to recover from the Illinois budget impasse.
Legionnaires’ disease has sickened 45 people and is to blame for seven deaths at Quincy’s Illinois Veterans Home, and we can expect to see the number of those affected climb, according to local health officials.