An apartment building on Quincy's southwest side is considered a total loss after a two-alarm fire gutted the structure early Wednesday morning. Firefighters were called at 1:23 a.m. to 648 Ohio for reports of a structure fire. When the first fire crew arrived, they found a large fire on the first floor. Occupants of the three units were able to escape the fire, and the Red Cross is assisting.
A fugitive who was wanted by the Hamilton Police Department is now in custody.
Two people have been arrested on drug charges and a third is being sought by the Pike County Sheriff's Department.
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One of the largest producers of shellfish in the country is being sued over claims it permitted ongoing racial harassment and retaliatory discipline against a black maintenance mechanic