Want to Tour The Historic Fort Madison Prison?
The Iowa Department of Corrections will be hosting tours of the historic and now vacant Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison.
Wavering Park Field Upgrade Continues!
Heavy machinery and backhoes have been there for a couple of weeks now as the Quincy Park District is preparing to install a synthetic turf field at that site.
President Trump Will Call You On October 3rd
On Wednesday, October 3, at approximately 1:18 p.m. (Central time) anyone with a cell phone will receive a special text message from President Donald Trump on their phone.
Could This Riverboat Be A Sign Of Things To Come For Quincy?
The City of Quincy's future strategic plan has a section devoted to the enhancement of the Quincy Riverfront and the city got a taste of just what that might look like with the America's landing last weekend.
Gordon Lightfoot Coming to Central Illinois
Gordon Lightfoot will be in concert at Sangamon Auditorium on the campus of the U. of I.-Springfield on Saturday, September 29 at 8 p.m.
So What Would You Like to See Built On The St. Mary's Lot?
If you owned the old St. Mary's Hospital property on Broadway in Quincy what would you put there?
The Big Dog's One and Only Chance at Being a TV Weatherman
I have been blessed to do a lot of things in my lifetime that most people don't get to do. Most of them were good and some not so good . Such was the case for the Big Dog's one and only shot at doing live TV weather for KHQA some 30 years ago yesterday.
Quincy Street Resurfacing Projects to Begin!
Beginning today and for the next four weeks, Diamond Construction Company will begin mill and resurfacing projects at several locations throughout the city of Quincy.
Kroc Center to Hold Open House For 7th Anniversary
Believe it or not, the Salvation Army's Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center will be celebrating seven years in Quincy on Saturday, September 15.
Adams County Health Department Flu Clinics Scheduled
It is that time of year again as we transition from summer into fall and eventually winter. With it comes the flu season.
Illinois Law Mandating All Smoke Detectors Have a Sealed Battery
A new law in Illinois requires that traditional battery operated smoke detectors be transitioned over to new 10-year sealed battery detectors before the year 2023.
Illinois State Fair Attendance Down for 2018
With the Illinois State Fair behind us for another year, the question raised is how well did it do this year?
The Annual BBQ Blast is This Saturday
If you like BBQ ribs, chicken and pork the place you need to be at is the BBQ Blast this Saturday.
Quincy's 9/11 Memorial Should Be Moved
Why not re-locate the 9-11 display on the property where the Newcomb Hotel was? Think of the thousands of people who would get to see it at that location.
Dennis Oliver Invites You to Walk With Him Saturday
Dennis Oliver, who has Alzheimer's, is inviting everyone to fight Alzheimer’s and walk with him in Saturday's Walk to End Alzheimer's.
Should Bomb Threats Be Reported By The Media?
It's an age old debate for newsrooms, not only here but everywhere, about whether or not to report bomb threats.
How About a Good Joke for a Rainy Day?
As we all watch rain falling this weekend in the area, what better time than now to hear a good joke? That's what I thought when I told a joke about a mime working at a zoo to my co-host Sarah Deien.
Jay Leno Coming to Central Illinois
Jay Leno, the former host of NBC’s Tonight Show, will be performing at Sangamon Auditorium on the campus of The University of Illinois-Springfield.
The 10th Annual Frontier Settlement Day is Saturday
It is one of Quincy's most cherished possession, The Log Cabin Village on Quinsippi Island. If you haven't been there for a while, then make Saturday the day you go as the 10th Annual Frontier Settlement Day will take place.
Hospitality House Corn-Hole Tournament Registrations Underway
The Quincy Hospitality House will be the beneficiary of all proceeds from the upcoming 4th Annual Corn-Hole Tournament at The Dock in Quincy on Saturday, September 22.