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College Football 2014: What We Learned In Week 1

Week 1 is (nearly) in the books and the season got off to an exciting start with lots of top teams playing closer-than-expected games. Here are some things we learned this week.
The Top Ten Has a Lot of Question Marks
While there were no major upsets this weekend, that’s not to say that we didn’t see some red flags surrounding some of the nation’s top teams

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Big River Steampunk Festival - Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Large Crowd Turns Out For Opening of Hannibal’s Big River Steampunk Festival [Video + Photos]

The first-ever Big River Steampunk Festival opened on Saturday, drawing curious onlookers and fans of the science fiction sub-genre (many in costume) to downtown Hannibal.

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iStockphoto

Illinois Man Charged With Producing and Distributing Child Porn

A 25-year-old southwestern Illinois man has been charged with producing and distributing child pornography.

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Fontanis

Illinois Halts Roadwork to Speed Up Labor Day Traffic

The Illinois Department of Transportation says it will suspend non-emergency roadwork over the Labor Day weekend to help reduce congestion and speed traffic.

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GoogleEarth

BASF Maintenance Workers Vote to Strike

Maintenance workers at the BASF facility near Palmyra have voted to go on strike.

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Hancock County Woman Charged in Infant Daughter’s Death

Police say a western Illinois woman has been charged in connection to the death of her 19-month-old daughter.

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ThinkStock

Hannibal Career & Technical Center Fall Classes to Start Soon

Community Education classes for 2014 at the Hannibal Career and Technical Center will get underway soon.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images

Fowler Man Faces DUI Charge Following Hit and Run Crash

A Fowler man is charged with DUI, leaving the scene of an accident and improper lane usage following a hit-and-run crash early Friday morning in the 22nd and Spring area in Quincy.  

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Fall Leaves
Kurt Parsons

2014 Fall Events Guide For the Quincy / Hannibal Area

Plenty of events and activities are scheduled all around the region during the fall months. Here is a guide to 2014 fall events around the Quincy/Hannibal area.

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david-leonard-qpd-photo

Body of Missing Quincy Man Recovered

Quincy Police report the body of 53-year-old David W. Leonard was recovered at approximately 6:10 p.m. Thursday.

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