Sycamore Renamed to Honor Medal of Honor Recipient
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner was in Quincy Friday morning to officially announce that the newest addition to the Illinois Veterans’ Home has been renamed.
Missouri Governor Parson Supports Motor Fuel Tax Increase
Missouri voters will be asked on November 6th for a tax hike on motor fuel.
Monroe City Domestic Disturbance Results in 6 Arrests
Six arrests follow a domestic disturbance call Wednesday in Monroe City.
KHMO Holiday Bids for Bargains Starts November 6
The latest edition of what we call, "The Original Radio Auction," is right around the corner. Holiday Bids for Bargains, presented by Harpole's Heartland Lodge, gets underway on NewsTalk 1070 KHMO and Classic Country KICK-AM 1530 on Tuesday, November 6.
Free Shuttle Service for Autumn Historic Folklife Festival
In anticipation of large crowds coming to Hannibal this weekend for the Autumn Historic Folklife Festival, the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau is making it easier to get to and from the festivities.
McCaskill Campaign Reacts to Project Veritas Videos
Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill's campaign manager is calling on her Republican rival's office to investigate videos of her campaign taken by a conservative group.
Palmyra School District Gets $4,000 in Seized Drug Money
The Palmyra School District will benefit from a forfeiture of cash in a drug case.
Quincy Man Sentenced on Sexual Abuse, Battery Charges
A Quincy man gets twelve years in prison after pleading guilty to two charges in Adams County Circuit Court Monday.
Prosecutor Candidate Sign Deemed Illegal by City of Hannibal
Former Hannibal Mayor John Lyng says a candidate for the top law enforcement job in Marion County ought to be following the letter of the law.