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Jil Tracy Will Not Run for Schock’s Congressional Seat

A former Quincy state representative announces she will not seek to replace Aaron Schock in Congress.

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Quincy City Council Moves Toward Approval of Marijuana Dispensary

The Quincy City Council moved closer to clearing the way for a medical marijuana dispensary in the city.

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Adams County Sheriff's Department
Adams County Sheriff's Department

Starman Sentenced to Prison for Sexual Abuse

A Loraine woman gets prison time after originally getting probation in a sexual abuse case.

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Hannibal Parks & Recreation
Hannibal Parks & Recreation

Huckleberry Park Ramp Park Open for Season

Another sure sign of spring is the opening of the Ramp Park at Huckleberry Park in Hannibal.

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Arne Trautmann, ThinkStock

Easter Week Expected to Be More Springlike

Forecasters say the week ahead will be warmer with a lingering chance of rain in northeast Missouri and western Illinois.

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Duke & Michigan State Complete 2015 Final Four Field

Duke and Michigan State won NCAA regional finals on Sunday to join Kentucky and Wisconsin in a powerhouse-laden Final Four field.

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Kurt Parsons

Shooting Victim Identified, Crime Stoppers Offering $1000 Reward

Adams County Coroner James Keller has identified the victim of an early morning fatal shooting as 12-year-old Rayshone D. Humphrey Jr. According to a report from WGEM, officers responded to the shooting scene in the 1100 block of North 5th Street between Cedar and Cherry Streets and found a boy that had been shot outside of a home. He was taken to Blessing Hospital and pronounced dead. Keller revealed an autopsy would be conducted on Sunday.

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Kurt Parsons
Kurt Parsons

Cool Things You Can See at This Weekend’s Great Outdoors Show

The Great Outdoors Show in Quincy is taking place at the Oakley Lindsay Center through Sunday. Vendors of all sorts have set up displays, and as you might imagine, several have brought some fairly unique items to the show.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Shooting in Quincy Kills 12-Year-Old Boy

The Quincy Police Department is investigating a shooting this morning that left a 12-year-old boy dead.

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DockDogs Debut in Quincy at The Great Outdoors Show [Watch]

The first-ever Great Outdoors Show opened its doors at the Oakley Lindsay Center in Quincy on Saturday morning. One of the highlights of the show is the first Quincy appearance of the nationally-known canine aquatics competition, DockDogs.

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