Residents in one Quincy neighborhood say they’re fed up with juveniles causing problems on the north side of town, everything from stealing items from yards to attacking a mail carrier
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
Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis said it took several law enforcement agencies, including theirs, across several states to track down those responsible for a drug trafficking operation.
You can’t walk inside Quincy’s former Sycamore Healthcare facility without a hard hat. It’s obvious to see why.
The Illinois Attorney General’s Office says Western Illinois University’s Board of Trustees, a board accountable to taxpayers, met illegally back in June and kept public information from the public.
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
Demolition began Tuesday on the Rowland Barracks at the Illinois Veterans’ home, the first of multiple buildings crews plan to bring down in the coming
WGEM’s Gene Kennedy sat down with Kash Jackson, Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor.
United Way of Adams County has released the 2018 Community Assessment for Adams County showcasing data in the areas of education, financial stability, and health.
Friday, a Keokuk daycare could close while in the middle of a child neglect investigation. A mother claims staff at Rosie Posie Child Development