Sunday Morning Fire Damages a Hannibal Restaurant
A small fire in the kitchen sent Hannibal Firefighters to Gabriella’s in the Huck Finn Shopping Center Sunday morning.
Tagovailoa, No. 1 Alabama race past Missouri 39-10
Tua Tagovailoa gave Alabama a momentary scare. So did Missouri. As usual, things turned out just fine for the top-ranked Crimson Tide.
Quincy Fire Leaves Two Children Dead
Fire Friday evening claimed the lives of two children in Quincy.
Mississippi River levels to Crest, Fall and Rise Again by Tuesday
Additional rainfall in the northern Midwest results in a roller coaster along the Northeast Missouri/Western Illinois portion of the Mississippi River.
Quincy University Presidential Search Committee Issues Update
Officials with Quincy University say they are well on their way to selecting a new president.
Photos of Hurricane Michael Aftermath Show Total Devastation
Hurricane Michael made landfall on Wednesday breaking many lives -- and records -- in its path.
Two Quincy Residents Arrested for Meth, Heroin Possession
The execution of a search warrant Thursday results in the arrest of two Quincy residents.
Cardinals and Wainwright Agree to 2019 Contract
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today that they have agreed to terms with veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright on a one-year contract for the 2019 season. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Viking Cruise Lines to Start Docking in Hannibal in 2021-22
If you think Hannibal plays host to a lot of river cruise ships in the summer and fall, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Missouri Electric Line Crews Headed for Florida
Electric linemen from throughout the state of Missouri are headed south to help get the lights back on in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael.
Hurricane Michael a Record-Breaking Storm [UPDATING]
Hurricane Michael is breaking records already. CNN is reporting that the storm will be the first Category 4 hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle.
Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Opening of Shinn Lane Roundabout
Ribbon cutting ceremonies Wednesday morning mark completion of a roundabout on Shinn Lane at the entrance to Hannibal Regional.
Ewing Man Arrested for Attempted Statutory Rape
A Ewing man faces two counts of attempted statutory rape in the second degree following his arrest Sunday.
Flood Crests Expected on the Mississippi River This Weekend
Mississippi River levels will rise through the week with the flood crest expected this weekend.
Hannibal's Band Day Postponed
Hannibal’s 70th annual Band Day is postponed a week due to possible wet conditions.
Mississippi Continues to Rise, Major Flooding Predicted
The National Weather Service is now predicting moderate to major flooding along the stretch of the Mississippi River that runs through northeast Missouri and western Illinois.
70th Annual Mark Twain Marching Band Festival Tuesday
A 70 year Hannibal tradition is renewed Tuesday. The 70th annual Mark Twain Marching Band Festival begins at 3 p.m. with marching bands from 30 area high schools making their way down Broadway.
Hannibal Woman Charged with Meth Possession, Child Endangerment
The execution of a search warrant results in the arrest of a Hannibal woman on meth charges.
Discipline all that’s missing as KC cruises past Jags to 5-0
The only thing missing from the Chiefs’ rout of the Jaguars on Sunday was discipline. The Chiefs forced five turnovers on defense, returning one of Blake Bortles’ four interceptions for a touchdown.
Scarnecchia's 3 TDs lead Gamecocks to 37-35 win vs. Missouri
Quarterback Michael Scarnecchia spent years dreaming of starting at South Carolina, until he learned about things even bigger than his wishes.