School officials in Keokuk said moving the district's central office out of Torrance Pre-School will keep kids safe and help then learn better.
School officials in Keokuk said moving the district’s central office out of Torrance Pre-School will keep kids safe and help then learn better.
State regulators are one step closer to deciding on Blessing Health System’s plan to build a new surgery center after a public hearing in Quincy on Monday.
It’s a new school year at John Wood Community College, but a fewer students will be roaming the halls this semester.
In Hannibal, students got a chance to meet their teachers ahead of the first day of school.
Over 2,000 more people went to the aquatic center this year compared to last, bringing the record attendance to over 21,000.
With the old Taylor bridge in Taylor, Missouri demolished, people are excited about what the long-awaited new bridge.
FEMA officials spent Tuesday afternoon assessing the damage to see if residents can get a helping hand.
There is still time to sign-up for the Moonlight Ride for Hunger happening this Saturday.
A warning for pet owners, after recent pet deaths related to blue-green algae have made national headlines, local conservationist said the Tri-States should be on the look out too.
The first human case of West Nile Virus in Illinois was reported on Tuesday by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Local officials said while it’s late in the year, they could start to see the number of cases rise.
Illinois expands insurance coverage for those with tick-borne diseases and children requiring EpiPens
Governor JB Pritzker signed two new laws expanding insurance coverage for children whose allergies require life-saving EpiPens and Illinoisans suffering from Lyme disease.
Lee County officials have reported that a portion of Valley Road in Section 33 of Jackson Township will be closed on Wednesday.
Lewis County Water has issued a boil order for some customers on Highway 6.