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Kurt Parsons

Marion County Prosecutor David Clayton Comments on Drug Arrests in Hannibal

A large number of illegal drug-related arrests were announced at the Hannibal Police Department during a morning press conference of August 26. Hannibal Police say an important element to the successful arrests of these individuals is a positive working relationship between the Hannibal Police Department and the Marion County Prosecuting Office and Ralls County Prosecuting Office.

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Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis
Kurt Parsons

Chief Davis Says Meth and Heroin Continue to be a Problem in Hannibal

On Tuesday morning, Hannibal Police held a press conference announcing the arrests of 26 individuals on various drug-related charges. 21 of those arrested were taken into custody for distribution, and the remaining five were arrested for felony possession of methamphetamine or heroin, two drugs which Hannibal's police chief cites as areas of concern for law enforcement.

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26 Drug arrests in Hannibal, Missouri
Hannibal Police Department

Hannibal Police Make 26 Drug Arrests [Video]

Hannibal Police report 26 arrests in August related to illegal drug activity. Police Chief Lyndell Davis says the arrests follow an investigation over several months by detectives assigned to narcotic investigations.

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School Closings and Delays

Keep up to date with the latest closings and delays here.

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Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Heat Advisory Through Tuesday, Chance of Rain by Midweek

As the summer's first heat wave continues, the chance for rain and somewhat cooler temperatures wait in the wings for northeast Missouri and western Illinois.

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Heat Advisory for the Area Through Sunday

The National Weather Service issues a Heat Advisory for northeast Missouri and western Illinois through Sunday night.

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Moses Robinson, Getty Images

How Would You Like to Be Paid $4 Million to Shut up Like NBC’s David Gregory?

In a day when people are living from paycheck to paycheck just to get by it is hard to read a story like the one I read yesterday. Apparently NBC-TV is going to pay David Gregory $4 million, that's right $4 million, to not discuss his exit from NBC's 'Meet the Press' program. With that said, I wonder what Matt Schmidt must be thinking.

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Chris Powell discusses the Hannibal Jaycees Haunted House
Kurt Parsons

Preparations Underway for Hannibal Jaycees’ Haunted House [Interview]

Preparations are well underway for one of Hannibal's most anticipated fall events.

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Hannibal High School was under lockdown on Tuesday after a suspicious person was reported in the vicinity.
Kurt Parsons

Hannibal High School and Hannibal Middle School to Dismiss Early

Hannibal High School and Hannibal Middle School have announced the following changes to their schedule on Thursday:

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It’s Back to School For Area Kids – Five Fun Education Statistics You Might Not Know

School is back in session for kids around the region. Hannibal Public Schools' first day of classes in the 2014/2015 school year was Tuesday, and students in Quincy returned to class today. Many other schools have also started their years, and pretty much all of our area schools will be in session no later than August 25. The U.S. Census Bureau has release some interesting "fun facts" about education in the United States, just in time for the back to school season. 

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