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.
Palmyra Spectator to Cease Publication October 31
The newspaper that is known as the oldest continuously published weekly newspaper west of the Mississippi is closing its doors.
Mexico Man Arrested on 27 Underage Sex Charges
A Mexico, Missouri man faces over two dozen charges related to underage sex.
Cause of Death Announced in Friday Fatal Fire
Officials have announced the cause of death of the two children who died in a Friday night house fire.
Quincy Kmart to Close by the End of the Year
Yet another major Quincy retailer is closing its doors. Officials with Sears Holdings announced Monday that the K-Mart store, a long time fixture on East Broadway, will close for good before the end of the year.
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.
Two Quincy Residents Arrested for Meth, Heroin Possession
The execution of a search warrant Thursday results in the arrest of two Quincy residents.
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.
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.
Steele Pleads Not Guilty to Multiple Charges
A Quincy man pleads not guilty to multiple charges filed in connection with a high speed chase last August.
Gholston Pleads Not Guilty to Cannabis Trafficking
A Quincy woman has pleaded not guilty to charges filed in connection with a cannabis trafficking ring.
Crane Strikes Hannibal Railroad Bridge
A crane being carried by a tow boat struck the Hannibal railroad bridge early Thursday morning.
Pittsfield Man Arrested on Criminal Sexual Assault Charges
An investigation by Pittsfield Police and the Pike County Sheriff’s Department results in the arrest of a Pittsfield man.
'Project Community Connect' Event Thursday in Hannibal
A one-stop shop for anyone in Marion or Ralls counties in need of a helping hand returns to the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center Thursday.
Hannibal Schools Get $26,000 Seized in Drug Raid
A June drug raid of a Hannibal residence winds up benefiting the Hannibal School District.
Pennsylvania Man Hurt in Pike County IL Crash
A Pennsylvania man is hurt in a two vehicle crash on Interstate 72 in Pike County at 5:51 p.m. Monday.