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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Tuesday
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  • 83°
  • 62°

Mix of sun and clouds

Wednesday
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  • 84°
  • 65°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Thursday
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  • 84°
  • 66°

Windy with afternoon thunderstorms

Friday
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  • 80°
  • 62°

Thunderstorms

Saturday
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  • 80°
  • 65°

Thunderstorms

Sunday
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  • 85°
  • 62°

Showers, maybe a rumble of thunder

Monday
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  • 77°
  • 53°

Morning showers

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 71°(Feels like 71°)
  • Few Clouds
  • Wind: SSE @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 30.11 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:01:13 am
  • Sunset: 08:04:08 pm
  • Humidity: 59
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Tuesday
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  • 83°
  • 59°

Partly cloudy

Wednesday
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  • 84°
  • 60°

More sun than clouds

Thursday
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  • 85°
  • 63°

Afternoon thunderstorms developing, windy

Friday
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  • 79°
  • 60°

Thunderstorms

Saturday
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  • 79°
  • 61°

Periods of rain during the afternoon

Sunday
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  • 83°
  • 58°

Morning thundershowers

Monday
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  • 71°
  • 48°

Showers ending by midday

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 65°(Feels like 65°)
  • Broken Clouds
  • Wind: E @ 5 mph
  • Barometer: 30.15 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:56:57 am
  • Sunset: 08:02:20 pm
  • Humidity: 96
  • Visibility: 4 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Tuesday
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  • 84°
  • 62°

Clear

Wednesday
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  • 85°
  • 62°

Partly cloudy

Thursday
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  • 86°
  • 65°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Friday
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  • 81°
  • 63°

Thunderstorms

Saturday
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  • 81°
  • 65°

Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms

Sunday
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  • 84°
  • 63°

Thunderstorms

Monday
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  • 74°
  • 53°

Light rain in the morning

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 69°(Feels like 69°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: SSE @ 5 mph
  • Barometer: 30.13 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:59:22 am
  • Sunset: 08:00:57 pm
  • Humidity: 65
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Tuesday
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  • 84°
  • 62°

Mostly clear

Wednesday
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  • 85°
  • 63°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Thursday
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  • 87°
  • 66°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Friday
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  • 80°
  • 63°

Thunderstorms

Saturday
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  • 81°
  • 65°

Mainly cloudy and rainy

Sunday
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  • 85°
  • 62°

Thunderstorms

Monday
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  • 74°
  • 52°

A few morning showers

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: SE @ 6 mph
  • Barometer: 30.11 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:01:54 am
  • Sunset: 08:03:50 pm
  • Humidity: 53
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

Regional Conditions

Quincy
71°
Macomb
65°
Pittsfield
69°
Hannibal
72°

Palmyra history group to host demonstrations in Big Spring Park

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A group dedicated to sharing Palmyra's history will host an event celebrating Big Spring and its legacy on Friday. The Heritage Seekers, founded in the 1970s to preserve the historic Gardner House, will set up a variety of displays and demonstrations in Big Spring Park on West Main Cross Street. 

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Volunteer moving Linotype machine to Hannibal History Museum

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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Paul Miller faced the grimy, decades-old Linotype machine standing before him and wondered what to do next. Miller, a self-proclaimed "volunteer roustabout," didn't try to make lead strips of hot type drop from the long-silent behemoth inside 205 N. Main. Instead, he considered what piece of machinery to remove and carry across the street to the Hannibal History Museum.

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Hannibal City Council OKs docking agreement with American Queen Steamboat Co.

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The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday voted to enter a one-year agreement with American Queen Steamboat Operating Co. for docking privileges and additional services. More>>

UPDATE: Endangered silver advisory canceled for Ewing, Mo., man

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UPDATE: Ernest Wood has been found safe and the silver advisory issued earlier has been canceled. EWING, Mo. — The Lewis County Sheriff's Department has issued an endangered silver advisory for a missing Ewing, Mo. man. Deputies are searching for Ernest Wood, 71. More>>

Three arrested in Hannibal after theft of teen's shoes

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Two juveniles and a Quincy teen were arrested after a victim told police he had been punched and robbed of his shoes. Hannibal police responded to Hope and Griffith streets at 2:01 a.m. Monday. Officers... More>>

Outreach program hopes to improve relationship between Hannibal police, youths

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The Hannibal Police Department has launched an outreach program aiming to change how local youth perceive their relationship with law enforcement, especially in light of national media reports of negative police activity and the backlash that has accompanied it. More>>

St. Louis architecture firm launched by Quincy native designs Shriners hospital

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ST. LOUIS -- Most people won't have their career highlights displayed on gallery walls, but most people aren't Ted Christner. The Quincy native, who founded what's now known as Christner Inc. in St. Louis, had just four words to describe seeing 50 years of his firm's work exhibited this spring in the Bernoudy Gallery of Architecture at the Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries in St. Louis.

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College officials seeing strong job prospects for graduates this spring

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QUINCY -- College and university officials in the Quincy area say job prospects for graduates this spring are brighter than in the last couple of years. Kristen Liesen, director of career services at Quincy University, said she's "pleasantly surprised" by the job outlook and has been hearing encouraging reports about graduating seniors landing jobs. More>>

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  • Palmyra alum, teacher now ready to take over as PHS principal

    Palmyra alum, teacher now ready to take over as principal

    Sunday, May 3 2015 1:18 AM EDT2015-05-03 05:18:01 GMT
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- Jared Pontius said he's excited, though a little anxious, to take the helm of his alma mater this summer. The Palmyra High School alumnus and science teacher will succeed Ken Holstine as principal July 1. Holstine resigned in February to pursue other employment opportunities.
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- Jared Pontius said he's excited, though a little anxious, to take the helm of his alma mater this summer. The Palmyra High School alumnus and science teacher will succeed Ken Holstine as principal July 1. Holstine resigned in February to pursue other employment opportunities.

  • Two injured in separate Lewis County crashes

    Two injured in separate Lewis County crashes

    Saturday, May 2 2015 12:29 AM EDT2015-05-02 04:29:25 GMT
    The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported two injuries in unrelated accidents occurring Friday morning in Lewis County. 
    The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported two injuries in unrelated accidents occurring Friday morning in Lewis County. 
  • Quincy man gets federal sentence in Missouri bank robbery

    Quincy man gets federal sentence in Missouri bank robbery

    Friday, May 1 2015 7:56 PM EDT2015-05-01 23:56:47 GMT
     A Quincy man was sentenced to a term in federal prison Friday after he admitted to robbing a Central Missouri bank last October.
     A Quincy man was sentenced to a term in federal prison Friday after he admitted to robbing a Central Missouri bank last October.
  • Leaders and state advocates urge Medicaid expansion

    Leaders and state advocates urge Medicaid expansion

    Friday, May 1 2015 10:16 AM EDT2015-05-01 14:16:22 GMT
    Hannibal community leaders and representatives from Medicaid advocacy organizations urged Missouri lawmakers Thursday to expand the health care coverage program in the Show-Me State. Under the Affordable Care Act, the federal government will assume all costs for states to open the program to residents who aren't eligible for federal subsidies or earn too much to qualify under the state's current requirements until 2016.
    Hannibal community leaders and representatives from Medicaid advocacy organizations urged Missouri lawmakers Thursday to expand the health care coverage program in the Show-Me State. Under the Affordable Care Act, the federal government will assume all costs for states to open the program to residents who aren't eligible for federal subsidies or earn too much to qualify under the state's current requirements until 2016.

  • Canton lockmaster retiring after long career with Department of the Army

    Canton lockmaster retiring after long career with Department of the Army

    Friday, May 1 2015 9:55 AM EDT2015-05-01 13:55:32 GMT
    Larry Reever, lockmaster at Lock and Dam 20 in Canton for the past 20 years, is retiring Friday after a 38-year career with the Department of the Army. Reever, who lives north of Canton, plans to spend his retirement years tending to his 80 fruit trees and his woodworking shop. He also raises honeybees and makes his own candles, soaps, spices and wine.
    Larry Reever, lockmaster at Lock and Dam 20 in Canton for the past 20 years, is retiring Friday after a 38-year career with the Department of the Army. Reever, who lives north of Canton, plans to spend his retirement years tending to his 80 fruit trees and his woodworking shop. He also raises honeybees and makes his own candles, soaps, spices and wine.
  • Vandalia woman injured in Ralls County crash

    Vandalia woman injured in Ralls County crash

    Friday, May 1 2015 8:43 AM EDT2015-05-01 12:43:42 GMT
    Vandalia woman injured in Ralls County crash Thursday morning in a one-vehicle crash in rural Ralls County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol was called to the scene of a crash.
    Vandalia woman injured in Ralls County crash Thursday morning in a one-vehicle crash in rural Ralls County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol was called to the scene of a crash.
  • Missouri House committee rejects eminent domain bill

    Missouri House committee rejects eminent domain bill

    Wednesday, April 29 2015 9:40 AM EDT2015-04-29 13:40:31 GMT
    A Missouri House committee has rejected a bill designed to protect landowners' property rights against the use of eminent domain by private businesses. The House's Energy and Environment Committee voted 7-4 Tuesday against HB 1027, sponsored by state Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford.
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  • Seat belt enforcement operation to be held in Marion County in May

    Seat belt enforcement operation to be held in Marion County in May

    Wednesday, April 29 2015 8:55 AM EDT2015-04-29 12:55:17 GMT
    Troopers with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B will conduct a "Click it or Ticket" enforcement operation in Marion County from May 18 through May 31. The enforcement operation is part of a national campaign focusing on seat belt violations in an effort to raise seat belt use and awareness.
    Troopers with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B will conduct a "Click it or Ticket" enforcement operation in Marion County from May 18 through May 31. The enforcement operation is part of a national campaign focusing on seat belt violations in an effort to raise seat belt use and awareness.
  • Troop B makes one DWI arrest during saturation

    Troop B makes one DWI arrest during saturation

    Wednesday, April 29 2015 8:50 AM EDT2015-04-29 12:50:33 GMT
    Troopers with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B made one arrest on a charge of driving while intoxicated, issued six tickets and wrote 37 warnings during a driving while intoxicated saturation patrol conducted in Ralls and Monroe counties on April 25 and April 26. Troopers wrote three speeding tickets, two for seat belt violations and one for a non-moving violation.
    Troopers with Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop B made one arrest on a charge of driving while intoxicated, issued six tickets and wrote 37 warnings during a driving while intoxicated saturation patrol conducted in Ralls and Monroe counties on April 25 and April 26. Troopers wrote three speeding tickets, two for seat belt violations and one for a non-moving violation.
  • Local high school teams place at Missouri FFA convention

    Local high school teams place at Missouri FFA convention

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 11:42 PM EDT2015-04-29 03:42:00 GMT
     Four local high schools had teams that fared well at the 87th annual Missouri FFA convention April 16 and 17 in Columbia.
     Four local high schools had teams that fared well at the 87th annual Missouri FFA convention April 16 and 17 in Columbia.

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  • Two escape burning house at 808 Park Avenue in Hannibal

    Two escape burning house at 808 Park Avenue in Hannibal

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 4:06 PM EDT2015-04-28 20:06:13 GMT
    A Hannibal couple escaped their burning house unscathed Monday night at 808 Park Ave. The house suffered significant damage. Hannibal Fire Chief Bill Madore said the fire started at the front of the...
    A Hannibal couple escaped their burning house unscathed Monday night at 808 Park Ave. The house suffered significant damage. Hannibal Fire Chief Bill Madore said the fire started at the front of the...
  • One-lane traffic planned for bridge near Monticello

    One-lane traffic planned for bridge near Monticello

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 3:47 PM EDT2015-04-28 19:47:44 GMT
    The Middle Fabius River bridge near Monticello will now be restricted to one-lane traffic. Missouri Department of Transportation District Engineer Paula Gough said since December the bridge has had a...
    The Middle Fabius River bridge near Monticello will now be restricted to one-lane traffic. Missouri Department of Transportation District Engineer Paula Gough said since December the bridge has had a...
  • Ten finalists for 2015 Tom and Becky contest announced

    Ten finalists for 2015 Tom and Becky contest announced

    Tuesday, April 28 2015 3:38 PM EDT2015-04-28 19:38:48 GMT
    Officials with the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum have selected 10 finalists hoping to be the 2015 Tom and Becky contest winners.
    Officials with the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum have selected 10 finalists hoping to be the 2015 Tom and Becky contest winners.
  • Lewistown man, 80, drowns in pond after ATV accident

    Lewistown man, 80, drowns in pond after ATV accident

    Monday, April 27 2015 10:36 PM EDT2015-04-28 02:36:21 GMT
    An 80-year-old Lewistown man drowned Monday after he became trapped under an all-terrain vehicle near Monticello. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Emery O. Geisendorfer was driving a 2007...
    An 80-year-old Lewistown man drowned Monday after he became trapped under an all-terrain vehicle near Monticello. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Emery O. Geisendorfer was driving a 2007...
  • Bowling Green man arrested on drug charges

    Bowling Green man arrested on drug charges

    Monday, April 27 2015 6:44 PM EDT2015-04-27 22:44:21 GMT
    A Bowling Green man was arrested Friday and charged with several drug offenses after an investigation by the East Central Missouri Task Force. Kevin D. Street, 32, was charged with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute and a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia charge.
    A Bowling Green man was arrested Friday and charged with several drug offenses after an investigation by the East Central Missouri Task Force. Kevin D. Street, 32, was charged with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute and a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia charge.
  • 3-D mammography will provide more precise diagnosis

    3-D mammography will provide more precise diagnosis

    Monday, April 27 2015 10:15 AM EDT2015-04-27 14:15:44 GMT
    The future has arrived, in terms of breast cancer screening at the Hannibal Clinic. A new 3-D mammography process, which will be available in May, offers a better chance to diagnose breast cancer earlier, and at more treatable stages. The Blessing Breast Center will also be adding 3-D mammography this summer, and Quincy Medical Group expects to add the technology.

    The future has arrived, in terms of breast cancer screening at the Hannibal Clinic. A new 3-D mammography process, which will be available in May, offers a better chance to diagnose breast cancer earlier, and at more treatable stages. The Blessing Breast Center will also be adding 3-D mammography this summer, and Quincy Medical Group expects to add the technology.


  • Clarksville driver injured when pickup strikes tree

    Clarksville driver injured when pickup strikes tree

    Monday, April 27 2015 10:00 AM EDT2015-04-27 14:00:00 GMT
    PIKE COUNTY, Mo. -- A Clarksville driver was injured about 7 p.m. Saturday when his pickup truck struck a tree off Route D, north of Pike County Road 265. Timothy A. Carr, 33, was taken by Pike County Ambulance to St....
    PIKE COUNTY, Mo. -- A Clarksville driver was injured about 7 p.m. Saturday when his pickup truck struck a tree off Route D, north of Pike County Road 265. Timothy A. Carr, 33, was taken by Pike County Ambulance to St....
  • Ralls County R-II moving closer toward centralized elementary school

    Ralls County R-II moving closer toward centralized elementary school

    Sunday, April 26 2015 2:00 AM EDT2015-04-26 06:00:31 GMT
    CENTER, Mo. -- The Ralls County R-II School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a centralized elementary school this month. The 48,500-square-foot building that will house students in preschool through fifth grade will join Mark Twain Junior and Senior high schools on the same campus off Mo. 19.
    CENTER, Mo. -- The Ralls County R-II School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a centralized elementary school this month. The 48,500-square-foot building that will house students in preschool through fifth grade will join Mark Twain Junior and Senior high schools on the same campus off Mo. 19.

  • Kahoka couple organize autism awareness event in support of son

    Kahoka couple organize autism awareness event in support of son

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:55 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:55:07 GMT
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- April Dean said recognizing early signs of autism helped her son, Dantae, get the therapies he needs to succeed at school and at home. April said she noticed unusual behavior in Dantae when he was 1 year old. He didn't recognize his name or his family, and he wouldn't make eye contact. Dantae wasn't talking, either.

    KAHOKA, Mo. -- April Dean said recognizing early signs of autism helped her son, Dantae, get the therapies he needs to succeed at school and at home. April said she noticed unusual behavior in Dantae when he was 1 year old. He didn't recognize his name or his family, and he wouldn't make eye contact. Dantae wasn't talking, either.


  • Hannibal man dies after pickup ran off road

    Hannibal man dies after pickup ran off road

    Friday, April 24 2015 4:10 PM EDT2015-04-24 20:10:57 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal man died after a Thursday night traffic crash on U.S. 36 west of Hannibal. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2001 Ford F150 driven by Gary L. Thomson, 54, was driving eastbound at...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal man died after a Thursday night traffic crash on U.S. 36 west of Hannibal. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2001 Ford F150 driven by Gary L. Thomson, 54, was driving eastbound at...
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