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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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Quincy Police Search for Missing Person

Quincy Police and Adams County Emergency Management team members are searching the Gardner Park area for a Quincy man reported missing at 4:30 Wednesday morning.

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Curtis T. Lovelace
Quincy Police Department

Grand Jury Indicts Quincy Man on First-Degree Murder Charges

A 45-year-old Quincy man is being charged with first-degree murder in the 2006 death of his wife.

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Ian Cox
Ian Cox

Runners Will Try to ‘Beat Beethoven’ in Quincy on September 20

This sounds like it is going to be a bunch of fun, but can you do it in time?

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Big River Steampunk Festival Coming to Hannibal Labor Day Weekend

The Hannibal History Museum has announced they're sponsoring a new event in downtown Hannibal on Labor Day Weekend. The first-ever Big River Steampunk Festival will take place August 30 - 31. 

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Kurt Parsons
Kurt Parsons

Labor Day 2014 in Quincy and Hannibal – What is Open and What is Closed

Labor Day is September 1, 2014. Here is a list of events, businesses, attractions and services, and their Labor Day schedules.

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David Clayton
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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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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