Tuition is flat for the third straight year at John Wood Community College. This comes after years of increasing tuition due in part to state funding, or lack thereof. JWCC
After a weekend crackdown, local police are speaking out about the challenges of catching people driving high on marijuana.
A Hannibal man who was involved in a fight in which another man died was indicted on Wednesday.
No word yet on what caused the two vehicle crash at 18th and State about 9 a.m, but one car did come to a rest on its top.
A Lee County internship program dedicated in getting young adults jobs and keeping them in the local community, is accepting applications.
The Easter holiday usually means we are using more eggs, whether it be for coloring or for eating.
But health officials warn that brings a risk of food poisoning, if not handled properly.
Flooding is still having an impact in the Tri-States. Heading into Easter weekend, riverfront businesses are concerned about high water slowing down a usually busy
As Holy Week continues, Quincy worshipers were taken back to the time of Jesus. At the Maundy Thursday service at Salem Evangelical United Church of
According to the CDC, the epidemic of drug overdose deaths is worsening at a startling rate among middle-aged women.
Long-awaited construction work is underway in Mt. Sterling, Illinois. It’s the start of the downtown revitalization plan, something city leaders said will give the town
Have you ever had neighbors creating an eyesore with their broken down cars sitting around? A Tri-State town is trying to crack down on just
Culver-Stockton College students have something new to look forward to next school year. School officials are planning to renovate the dining hall thanks to funding