Students at Quincy University are keeping up with what’s happening in Washington this week. Many of them watched the impeachment hearing in class on Wednesday. It’s a different day in
Ameren Illinois officials said over 3,000 drivers crash into utility poles in the state every year, often resulting in dangerous downed power lines. Now, there’s
Illinois lawmakers are one step closer to approving permanent Daylight Saving Time, but the change would require federal approval, something that’s only been granted twice.
A man and woman in Pike County have been arrested for meth.
Are you looking for a house but you feel like you’re right on the bubble for whether or not you can afford it?
A new initiative is underway to highlight the best of Quincy and Adams County. During the month of November, you’re asked to share the reasons
Officials are giving an update on the process to build a new veterans memorial in Hannibal as we get our first look at a piece of it.
The second sculpture in the Celebration of Education Sculpture Series was revealed Monday.
Students at John Wood Community College are learning about cultural differences between America and the Netherlands. Silke Heerts, a sports psychologist and former professional European
Local businesses are looking to cash in on the $230 million project to rebuild parts of the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy. The Illinois Capital
Women in Lee County, Iowa have a chance to sharpen their ag-economy skills this winter. For the fifth year in a row, Iowa State University
It decision time in the Tri-States with elections in Southeast Iowa and Missouri Tuesday. This is the first time Lee County, Iowa residents are voting
Cape Air officials say their service will begin January 8th, with flights to Chicago and St. Louis. Skywest will continue service up to that date.
One of Southeast Iowa’s two Salvation Army thrift stores is closing Salvation Army officials said the Fort Madison thrift store costs a lot of money