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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Friday
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  • 45°
  • 38°

A few clouds

Saturday
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  • 57°
  • 47°

Times of sun and clouds

Sunday
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  • 50°
  • 19°

Mix of sun and clouds

Monday
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  • 26°
  • 15°

Cloudy

Tuesday
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  • 38°
  • 26°

Plenty of sun

Wednesday
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  • 41°
  • 31°

Mix of sun and clouds

Thursday
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  • 43°
  • 30°

Chance of showers

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 43°(Feels like 37°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 29.77 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:05:08 am
  • Sunset: 04:41:43 pm
  • Humidity: 68
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Friday
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  • 40°
  • 33°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 52°
  • 40°

Mix of sun and clouds

Sunday
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  • 44°
  • 18°

Clouds giving way to sun

Monday
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  • 25°
  • 17°

Mostly cloudy

Tuesday
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  • 37°
  • 27°

More sun than clouds

Wednesday
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  • 40°
  • 26°

Times of sun and clouds

Thursday
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  • 36°
  • 30°

Chance of showers

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 35°(Feels like 28°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 29.8 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:03:41 am
  • Sunset: 04:37:07 pm
  • Humidity: 89
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Friday
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  • 45°
  • 37°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 59°
  • 46°

Times of sun and clouds

Sunday
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  • 54°
  • 21°

Mostly cloudy

Monday
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  • 29°
  • 21°

Mostly cloudy

Tuesday
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  • 40°
  • 29°

A few clouds

Wednesday
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  • 43°
  • 32°

Partly cloudy

Thursday
Thursday's Forecast Image
  • 39°
  • 36°

Showers

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 43°(Feels like 38°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 29.82 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:01:47 am
  • Sunset: 04:40:04 pm
  • Humidity: 71
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Friday
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  • 46°
  • 38°

Partly cloudy

Saturday
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  • 61°
  • 46°

Partly cloudy

Sunday
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  • 53°
  • 20°

Mix of sun and clouds

Monday
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  • 29°
  • 19°

Mostly cloudy

Tuesday
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  • 41°
  • 30°

Plenty of sun

Wednesday
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  • 43°
  • 32°

Partly cloudy

Thursday
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  • 39°
  • 36°

Showers

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 45°(Feels like 39°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 29.8 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:04:43 am
  • Sunset: 04:42:33 pm
  • Humidity: 61
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

Regional Conditions

Quincy
43°
Macomb
35°
Pittsfield
43°
Hannibal
45°
Mandi Kipley straightens and restocks the salads January in the Blazer Bistro at John Wood Community College. | H-W File Photo/Michael Kipley Mandi Kipley straightens and restocks the salads January in the Blazer Bistro at John Wood Community College. | H-W File Photo/Michael Kipley

Study portrays JWCC as $22 million economic engine for the region

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John Wood Community College is depicted as a $22 million economic engine for the region it serves. That was the principal conclusion of a recent economic impact report coordinated by the Northern Illinois University Center for Governmental Studies that targeted the state's 48 community colleges.

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Bikes for Tikes program gets rolling in third year

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Bikes for Tikes is underway for the third year at Shottenkirk Chevrolet and Shottenkirk Kia of Quincy. More than 350 bicycles were repaired, recycled and distributed during the campaign's first two years to area families in need through the Salvation Army's Toy Town campaign.

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Investigation continues into cause of two fires at former St. Elizabeth's Hospital

Firemen exit the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital building in Hannibal on Friday | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt Firemen exit the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital building in Hannibal on Friday | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
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The investigation continues into the cause of two fires Friday morning in the former St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Hannibal Assistant Fire Chief Shawn Hamilton said the department was dispatched to the former hospital, 109 Virginia, around 11 a.m., and flames could be seen through a window when firefighters arrived at the scene.
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Mother recovering from abusive relationship seeks happy Christmas for kids

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Sally is a hard-working single mother trying to do the best she can for her three children, but her efforts to make a happy home were thrown off track by a situation she couldn't control. As a result, the family's prospects for a merry Christmas began to appear rather bleak.

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Florida-based company donates ton of chicken to Quincy Catholic Charities

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Jackie Bruns, area director for Quincy Catholic Charities, recently received a phone call that a Florida business owner wanted to donate 2,000 pounds of chicken right before Thanksgiving. More>>

Illinois lawmakers eye tough budget year with pension law rejection, income tax reduction

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Illinois lawmakers hold little hope that the Illinois Supreme Court will overturn a ruling that a pension reform law is unconstitutional. Last week's circuit court rejection of the pension law will force the Illinois Legislature to find money to keep paying 3 percent cost-of-living adjustments to retirees.

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  • Shoppers adjusting to Black Friday's newest addition: Gray Thursday

    Shoppers adjusting to Black Friday's newest addition: Gray Thursday

    Friday, November 28 2014 11:13 AM EST2014-11-28 16:13:22 GMT
    QUINCY -- Cheryl Rawlings' shirt said it all: "I Love Black Friday Shopping." The Hannibal, Mo., resident had just split off from her party of five women -- all of them wearing the same T-shirt -- about 11:30 p.m. just outside Santa's Workshop inside the Quincy Mall. Each woman went their separate ways so they could make the most of their shopping time.
    QUINCY -- Cheryl Rawlings' shirt said it all: "I Love Black Friday Shopping." The Hannibal, Mo., resident had just split off from her party of five women -- all of them wearing the same T-shirt -- about 11:30 p.m. just outside Santa's Workshop inside the Quincy Mall. Each woman went their separate ways so they could make the most of their shopping time.

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  • O'BRIEN: Thinking outside the box for that special Christmas gift

    O'BRIEN: Thinking outside the box for that special Christmas gift

    Friday, November 28 2014 12:05 PM EST2014-11-28 17:05:50 GMT
    Now that you've ditched the in-laws on Thanksgiving to do a little shopping and made the annual pilgrimage on Black Friday to take advantage of more deals, it's time to take a look at what else is out there for your gift-buying needs. ...
    Now that you've ditched the in-laws on Thanksgiving to do a little shopping and made the annual pilgrimage on Black Friday to take advantage of more deals, it's time to take a look at what else is out there for your gift-buying needs. ...

  • D. HUSAR: Giving thanks for food -- and farmers

    D. HUSAR: Giving thanks for food -- and farmers

    Wednesday, November 26 2014 1:30 PM EST2014-11-26 18:30:30 GMT
    There's plenty to give thanks for on Thursday. Family and friends. Good health. A table filled with turkey and all the trimmings. Shawn Valter, manager of the Adams County Farm Bureau, wants to add one more thing to the list -- the farmers ...
    There's plenty to give thanks for on Thursday. Family and friends. Good health. A table filled with turkey and all the trimmings. Shawn Valter, manager of the Adams County Farm Bureau, wants to add one more thing to the list -- the farmers ...
  • O'BRIEN: Program gives area veterans a chance to tell their unique stories

    O'BRIEN: Program gives area veterans a chance to tell their unique stories

    Tuesday, November 25 2014 10:43 AM EST2014-11-25 15:43:58 GMT
    There was a time not too long ago when Larry Ellison didn't dare tell anyone that he was a military man. In the fall of 1968, Ellison returned to the area after serving a six-month stint on the front lines in...
    There was a time not too long ago when Larry Ellison didn't dare tell anyone that he was a military man. In the fall of 1968, Ellison returned to the area after serving a six-month stint on the front lines in...
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  • Lovelace murder trial delayed until March

    Lovelace murder trial delayed until March

    Wednesday, November 26 2014 1:17 PM EST2014-11-26 18:17:23 GMT
    QUINCY -- As expected, the trial of a Quincy lawyer facing a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the 2006 death of his wife is being delayed. Judge Bob Hardwick granted a request by defense attorneys to postpone the start of the expected two-week trial for 46-year-old Curtis T. Lovelace until March 23. The trial initially had been scheduled to begin Jan. 26.
    QUINCY -- As expected, the trial of a Quincy lawyer facing a charge of first-degree murder in connection with the 2006 death of his wife is being delayed. Judge Bob Hardwick granted a request by defense attorneys to postpone the start of the expected two-week trial for 46-year-old Curtis T. Lovelace until March 23. The trial initially had been scheduled to begin Jan. 26.

  • Warsaw man injured after veering off snow-covered road

    Warsaw man injured after veering off snow-covered road

    Friday, November 28 2014 12:24 PM EST2014-11-28 17:24:34 GMT
    HANCOCK COUNTY, Ill. -- A Warsaw man was injured Wednesday in a one-vehicle accident on County Road 32, one-tenth of a mile north of Frank Road. The Illinois State Police reported James W. Green, 76, was taken to...
    HANCOCK COUNTY, Ill. -- A Warsaw man was injured Wednesday in a one-vehicle accident on County Road 32, one-tenth of a mile north of Frank Road. The Illinois State Police reported James W. Green, 76, was taken to...
  • Monroe City man injured after car veers off road

    Monroe City man injured after car veers off road

    Friday, November 28 2014 12:23 PM EST2014-11-28 17:23:06 GMT
    MARION COUNTY, Mo. -- An ice-covered road led to a one-vehicle accident Thursday morning on U.S. 36 east of Monroe City. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported Ronald E. Sprague, 56, of Monroe City, suffered minor...
    MARION COUNTY, Mo. -- An ice-covered road led to a one-vehicle accident Thursday morning on U.S. 36 east of Monroe City. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported Ronald E. Sprague, 56, of Monroe City, suffered minor...
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  • Huge second quarter run buries QND against Kankakee McNamara

    Huge second quarter run buries QND against Kankakee McNamara

    Saturday, November 29 2014 1:15 AM EST2014-11-29 06:15:03 GMT
    QUINCY -- Jada Humphrey's basket midway through the second quarter tied the Quincy Notre Dame girls basketball team with Kankakee McNamara at 16. In the next 4 minutes, 33 seconds before halftime, McNamara bolted to an 18-3 run. 

    QUINCY -- Jada Humphrey's basket midway through the second quarter tied the Quincy Notre Dame girls basketball team with Kankakee McNamara at 16. In the next 4 minutes, 33 seconds before halftime, McNamara bolted to an 18-3 run. 

  • Suns Classic: Unity wraps up tournament title

    Suns Classic: Unity wraps up tournament title

    Saturday, November 29 2014 1:12 AM EST2014-11-29 06:12:34 GMT
    AUGUSTA, Ill. -- Although leading by five points at halftime Friday night, Unity boys basketball coach Keith Carothers wasn't pleased with his team's performance. "We had a lot of guys standing around watching," Carothers said. "Some of them should've bought a ticket to watch the game." Unity sophomore Cory Miller scored 28 of his game-high 30 points in the first half. The second half was more of a team effort.

    AUGUSTA, Ill. -- Although leading by five points at halftime Friday night, Unity boys basketball coach Keith Carothers wasn't pleased with his team's performance. "We had a lot of guys standing around watching," Carothers said. "Some of them should've bought a ticket to watch the game." Unity sophomore Cory Miller scored 28 of his game-high 30 points in the first half. The second half was more of a team effort.

  • Keeping options open: Tenhouse hits game-winning 3-pointer at buzzer for Blue Devils in overtime

    Keeping options open: Tenhouse hits game-winning 3-pointer at buzzer for Blue Devils in overtime

    Saturday, November 29 2014 1:10 AM EST2014-11-29 06:10:23 GMT
    QUINCY -- Regan Tenhouse knows there are more logical options other than himself to put up a game-winning 3-pointer. "I'm probably the last guy on the floor to shoot that," he said.

    QUINCY -- Regan Tenhouse knows there are more logical options other than himself to put up a game-winning 3-pointer. "I'm probably the last guy on the floor to shoot that," he said.

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  • Austin police: Man fired 100-plus rounds downtown

    Austin police: Man fired 100-plus rounds downtown

    Police in Austin say a shooter targeted multiple buildings downtown and prompted the evacuation of police headquarters before being shot.
    A gunman fired more than 100 rounds at downtown buildings in Austin and tried to set the Mexican Consulate ablaze early Friday before he died during a confrontation with police, authorities said.
  • 15 arrested at demonstration in Ferguson

    15 arrested at demonstration in Ferguson

    Dozens of people have interrupted holiday shopping at major retail stores around the St. Louis area to speak out about a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.
    Demonstrators temporarily shut down three large malls in suburban St. Louis on one of the busiest shopping days of the year and then marched in front of the Ferguson police department to protest a grand jury's recent...
  • A glance at national protests, cleanup in Ferguson

    A glance at national protests, cleanup in Ferguson

    During a quiet holiday night in Ferguson, a small group of protesters demonstrated inside St. Louis-area retail stores, speaking out about a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot...
    Protesters turned out in several U.S. cities on one of the busiest shopping days of the year Friday in response to a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown in...
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  • 2015 Arts Faire artist applications being accepted

    2015 Arts Faire artist applications being accepted

    Tuesday, November 25 2014 8:55 AM EST2014-11-25 13:55:03 GMT
    The 12th annual Midsummer Arts Faire artist applications are now available. Deadline to apply is Feb. 6. The online application can be accessed on the website at artsfaire.org. Food vendor applications for the "Taste of...
    The 12th annual Midsummer Arts Faire artist applications are now available. Deadline to apply is Feb. 6. The online application can be accessed on the website at artsfaire.org. Food vendor applications for the "Taste of...
  • QU art professor featured in St. Louis exhibition

    QU art professor featured in St. Louis exhibition

    Tuesday, November 25 2014 8:50 AM EST2014-11-25 13:50:58 GMT
    Bob Mejer, distinguished professor of art at Quincy University, has been invited as an honorary member of the National Missouri Water Color Society to participate in the Missouri Watercolor Society New Gallery inaugural...
    Bob Mejer, distinguished professor of art at Quincy University, has been invited as an honorary member of the National Missouri Water Color Society to participate in the Missouri Watercolor Society New Gallery inaugural...
  • ARTS BRIEFS: Victorian tea, Christmas concert, art shows and more

    ARTS BRIEFS: Victorian tea, Christmas concert, art shows and more

    Monday, November 24 2014 6:07 PM EST2014-11-24 23:07:45 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. Tea features Molly Brown Molly Brown will recount her ill-fated voyage on the Titanic and introduce the story of Downton Abbey, which began the day after the Titanic sank. Molly will also share...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. Tea features Molly Brown Molly Brown will recount her ill-fated voyage on the Titanic and introduce the story of Downton Abbey, which began the day after the Titanic sank. Molly will also share...
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  • Marion County Ambulance District collecting for needy

    Marion County Ambulance District collecting for needy

    Friday, November 28 2014 9:18 AM EST2014-11-28 14:18:41 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Marion County Ambulance District will begin collecting food, clothes and toys for the needy on Friday. Donations will be accepted through the end of the year. They may be brought to the...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Marion County Ambulance District will begin collecting food, clothes and toys for the needy on Friday. Donations will be accepted through the end of the year. They may be brought to the...
  • Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir to perform Nov. 30

    Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir to perform Nov. 30

    Saturday, November 22 2014 6:26 PM EST2014-11-22 23:26:32 GMT
    MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- The Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir will be perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, in the Brown County High School auditorium. This will be the fifth public performance for both groups. Retired...
    MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- The Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir will be perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, in the Brown County High School auditorium. This will be the fifth public performance for both groups. Retired...
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