This summer's weather has been unusual in Hannibal. Above average rainfall, very mild temperatures, extremely hot temperatures ... the city's nearly seen it all over the past couple months. Because of excessive rain and even some flash flooding, the Hannibal Cavemen have worked extra hard to keep the field in playing condition, and the ballpark open to the public.
The City of Quincy has been hard at work clearing streets and coordinating cleanup efforts after a major thunderstorm damaged homes, businesses, and knocked out power for a large portion of the city on Monday evening. Mayor Kyle Moore spoke with Y101 on Tuesday afternoon to provide an update to residents.
Quincy residents continue to recover from an intense thunderstorm that passed through the area on Monday evening. Thousands have been without power, many roads are impassable and several businesses are closed. Mayor Kyle Moore and emergency management officials held a press conference at noon on Tuesday to discuss the City's cleanup efforts and to provide instructions for those impacted by the storm.
Following Monday night's windstorm in Quincy, several local businesses and restaurants are closed due to the power outage and/or property damage. Here is a list of businesses that are open and offering special services to the public following the storm.
If you missed the debut of the new Investigation Discovery series Untouchable: Power Corrupts, you'll have a chance to catch it for free on Amazon Instant Video. The series premiere featured the story of Quincy native Dr. Michael Swango, who confessed to four murders, but some believe he could be responsible for up to sixty deaths.
Every once in a a while our region ends up on national television. A story from Quincy was highlighted on Investigation Discovery's new series 'Untouchable: Power Corrupts,' and the same network also told the story of a Hannibal murder on an episode of 'Happily Never After.' A Quincy native also won the Search for the Weight Watchers Chef, and Momo the Missouri Monster got a profile on 'Monsters and Mysteries in America.' Here is a look at stories, places and people from our area that received attention from national TV shows.
A local crime story will be told on national television July 9 during the premiere episode of Investigation Discovery's Untouchable: Power Corrupts. The network has released a three-minute preview of the show, which you can watch here.
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