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.
Fire crews were called to the fifth floor of Hotel Elkton after 8:20 Monday night, for a report of smoke. Once firefighters arrived, residents were
Those who attended the Illinois Veterans Home Veterans Day program in Lippincot Hall were treated to music, speakers, a 21 gun salute and more on
900 reports of veteran charity scams have been filed with the Better Business Bureau over the last 3 years, according to Officials. They said they don’t wont you to fall victim this year.
Western Illinois University is looking to recruit the next generation of law enforcement. The university held an open house for high school students, looking to
The snow and the cold did not stop the Trees for Patriots from being planted on Veterans at the entrance of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.
Cold weather is moving through the Tri-States and emergency management officials in McDonough County are preparing to make sure you and your loved ones stay safe in the cold.
A pick-up truck rolled over on Highway 61 Monday morning about one mile south of Canton, Missouri.
A City of Quincy snow plow and a Range Rover collided Monday morning, as a light snow was falling.
The Tri-States is dealing with some winter weather Monday morning.
Many are off work for Veterans Day and may be planning to starting their holiday shopping! But experts are reminding people of the importance of smart shopping, so you are not hurting financially later.
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