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7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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  • Barometer: 29.97 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:18:32 am
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7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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  • Sunrise: 07:16:58 am
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7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

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  • Barometer: 29.96 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:19:51 am
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Palmyra Police Department preparing to leave cramped space behind City Hall for new 3,100-square-foot facility

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The Palmyra Police Department will soon take another step toward gaining much-needed breathing room.

Construction on a new standalone police station off New and North Main streets should begin in the coming weeks, depending on weather conditions. Completing the 3,100-square-foot facility will allow the department to move from cramped quarters behind Palmyra City Hall to a space that better serves its privacy and safety needs.
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The Forgotten Emancipator: Upcoming 150th anniversary showcases how Northeast Missouri man helped free slaves

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The name of John Brooks Henderson is largely forgotten, even among many history buffs. More>>

Louisiana City Council fires city administrator

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LOUISIANA, Mo. -- After being told by Louisiana's mayor he no longer had confidence in him, Louisiana City Administrator Bob Jenne was fired by the Louisiana City Council during a special meeting Thursday night. The City Council voted 6-2 to remove Jenne, who also served as the city's police chief. Jenne was replaced on an interim basis as city administrator by Kelly Henderson. Deputy Chief April Epperson will take over Jenne's duties as police chief.
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Missouri road crisis details revealed at Conference on Transportation

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More details on a bare-bones Missouri highway plan were revealed Thursday at a transportation conference where state lawmakers gave little reason for hope they will find a funding solution anytime soon. More>>

Vehicle overturns in crash on U.S. 24 in Marion County

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WEST QUINCY, Mo. -- A vehicle driven by a LaGrange man struck a guardrail and overturned Thursday night on U.S. 24 in Marion County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2012 Hyundai Sonata driven by John R.... More>>

Hannibal man arrested in connection with incident involving gunfire

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A Hannibal man and a Louisiana man were arrested Thursday in connection with a Tuesday incident involving gunfire. Hannibal police responded to a report of shots being fired in the 900 block of Center Street on Tuesday and learned a man, identified as Kevin J. Griffith, 27, of Hannibal, had been in an argument with another male.  More>>

Hannibal School Board approves bus purchase

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The Hannibal School Board accepted a $261,522.15 bid from Commerce Bank to finance the purchase of three 27-passenger buses. The board elected to buy the buses from Midwest Bus Sales at its December meeting. Business Manager Rich Stilley said last month they will be used to transport early childhood special education students and older special education students to and from school. 

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Auction-goers trudge mud for ‘exceptional’ items

Auctioneer Dan Sullivan, foreground, points to one of several pieces of farm machinery open for bidding Tuesday during a large machinery auction in Hunnewell. One combine sold for more than $200,000. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt Auctioneer Dan Sullivan, foreground, points to one of several pieces of farm machinery open for bidding Tuesday during a large machinery auction in Hunnewell. One combine sold for more than $200,000. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
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Sloppy mud didn't keep farmers and equipment dealers from eyeing -- and buying -- a colossal Case IH combine, antique and modern tractors, and other miscellaneous machines. Many of the implements boasted low hours, meaning they saw little use before their previous owner decided to leave the industry.

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  • Hannibal officials question expressway proposal

    Hannibal officials question expressway proposal

    Wednesday, January 21 2015 12:01 PM EST2015-01-21 17:01:27 GMT
    A regional planning official asked the Hannibal City Council on Tuesday to consider backing a long-sought plan to route heavy traffic on U.S. 61 around Hannibal, but reactions from the council were mixed.
    A regional planning official asked the Hannibal City Council on Tuesday to consider backing a long-sought plan to route heavy traffic on U.S. 61 around Hannibal, but reactions from the council were mixed.
  • Canton boy, 10, found after leaving school

    Canton boy, 10, found after leaving school

    Wednesday, January 21 2015 9:53 AM EST2015-01-21 14:53:40 GMT
    CANTON, Mo. -- A 10-year-old boy from Canton was found Tuesday afternoon after he had wandered away from school during recess. Canton Police Chief Ryan Crandell said the boy was missing for between 90 minutes to two...
    CANTON, Mo. -- A 10-year-old boy from Canton was found Tuesday afternoon after he had wandered away from school during recess. Canton Police Chief Ryan Crandell said the boy was missing for between 90 minutes to two...
  • Police find 10-year-old boy who wanders away from Canton school

    Police find 10-year-old boy who wanders away from Canton school

    Tuesday, January 20 2015 4:33 PM EST2015-01-20 21:33:51 GMT
    A 10-year-old boy from Canton was found Tuesday afternoon after he had wandered away from school. Canton Police Chief Ryan Crandell said the boy was missing for approximately 90 minutes to two hours. 
    A 10-year-old boy from Canton was found Tuesday afternoon after he had wandered away from school. Canton Police Chief Ryan Crandell said the boy was missing for approximately 90 minutes to two hours. 
  • Louisiana woman charged after marijuana found during jail search

    Louisiana woman charged after marijuana found during jail search

    Monday, January 19 2015 11:05 PM EST2015-01-20 04:05:57 GMT
    A 37-year-old Louisiana, Mo., woman was charged with possession of a controlled substance in jail -- a Class C felony -- after she was found in possession of marijuana. The Pike County Sheriff's...
    A 37-year-old Louisiana, Mo., woman was charged with possession of a controlled substance in jail -- a Class C felony -- after she was found in possession of marijuana. The Pike County Sheriff's...
  • Firefighters battle house fire in south of Philadelphia, Mo.

    Firefighters battle house fire in south of Philadelphia, Mo.

    Monday, January 19 2015 10:50 PM EST2015-01-20 03:50:56 GMT
    A fire Monday morning was mostly contained to the basement of a residence south of Philadelphia, but smoke damage was prevalent through the whole structure.
    A fire Monday morning was mostly contained to the basement of a residence south of Philadelphia, but smoke damage was prevalent through the whole structure.
  • Bills would affect Missouri Department of Conservation funding

    Bills would affect Missouri Department of Conservation funding

    Monday, January 19 2015 12:58 PM EST2015-01-19 17:58:14 GMT
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Voters in Missouri could get a chance to decide whether a one-eighth-cent conservation tax should be preserved, reduced or brought up for reconsideration periodically. State Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton, is the sponsor of HJR 8, a bill that would give voters a chance to repeal the tax on June 30, 2017. He has been accused of wanting to gut the Missouri Department of Conservation budget, but he denies that's his goal.
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Voters in Missouri could get a chance to decide whether a one-eighth-cent conservation tax should be preserved, reduced or brought up for reconsideration periodically. State Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton, is the sponsor of HJR 8, a bill that would give voters a chance to repeal the tax on June 30, 2017. He has been accused of wanting to gut the Missouri Department of Conservation budget, but he denies that's his goal.
  • Two injured when vehicle strikes deer in Lewis County

    Two injured when vehicle strikes deer in Lewis County

    Monday, January 19 2015 12:57 PM EST2015-01-19 17:57:09 GMT
    Dalton T. Rockhold, 22, and Chelsea R. Cramer, 21, both of Ewing, Mo., were injured when a Honda CRB 600 motorcycle they were on collided with a deer on Mo. 6 on Friday evening.
    Dalton T. Rockhold, 22, and Chelsea R. Cramer, 21, both of Ewing, Mo., were injured when a Honda CRB 600 motorcycle they were on collided with a deer on Mo. 6 on Friday evening.
  • New London ambulance base accepting 911 calls in Ralls County

    New London ambulance base accepting 911 calls in Ralls County

    Monday, January 19 2015 9:12 AM EST2015-01-19 14:12:39 GMT
    Ralls County emergency service providers are celebrating another milestone this month.
    Ralls County emergency service providers are celebrating another milestone this month.
  • King's life celebrated during event at Hannibal-LaGrange

    King's life celebrated during event at Hannibal-LaGrange

    Sunday, January 18 2015 10:45 PM EST2015-01-19 03:45:52 GMT
    Hannibal-area young people honored the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and recognized the 150th anniversary of Missouri's Emancipation Ordinance with a freedom celebration at Hannibal-LaGrange University Sunday. Faye Dant, executive director of Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center, said the celebration's theme centered on youth participation. Children from local churches and Hannibal Public Schools performed songs and dances in celebration ...
    Hannibal-area young people honored the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and recognized the 150th anniversary of Missouri's Emancipation Ordinance with a freedom celebration at Hannibal-LaGrange University Sunday. Faye Dant, executive director of Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center, said the celebration's theme centered on youth participation. Children from local churches and Hannibal Public Schools performed songs and dances in celebration ...

  • Police search for suspects in Palmyra parks vandalism

    Police search for suspects in Palmyra parks vandalism

    Thursday, January 22 2015 10:24 AM EST2015-01-22 15:24:31 GMT
    Palmyra police and city parks officials are seeking information regarding tire ruts, toppled trees and other vandalism in the city's green spaces. Doug Meyers, Palmyra Parks and Recreation director, said a recent bout of vandalism has gone on for about a month. Much of the damage occurred in the city's nature park, but Flower City Park has also been a target.
    Palmyra police and city parks officials are seeking information regarding tire ruts, toppled trees and other vandalism in the city's green spaces. Doug Meyers, Palmyra Parks and Recreation director, said a recent bout of vandalism has gone on for about a month. Much of the damage occurred in the city's nature park, but Flower City Park has also been a target.

  • Two arrested on drug charges near Louisiana High School

    Two arrested on drug charges near Louisiana High School

    Thursday, January 22 2015 9:48 AM EST2015-01-22 14:48:00 GMT
    LOUISIANA, Mo. -- The alleged sale of morphine to a confidential informant Monday near Louisiana High School led to the arrest of two people by the Pike County Drug Enforcement Team. Malarie St. Clair, 26, of Louisiana,...
    LOUISIANA, Mo. -- The alleged sale of morphine to a confidential informant Monday near Louisiana High School led to the arrest of two people by the Pike County Drug Enforcement Team. Malarie St. Clair, 26, of Louisiana,...
  • Knox City man facing felony charges after DWI investigation

    Knox City man facing felony charges after DWI investigation

    Wednesday, January 21 2015 12:24 PM EST2015-01-21 17:24:16 GMT
    KNOX CITY, Mo. -- A Knox City man was arrested and charged with three felony counts after an incident Monday at Knox City Senior Housing. Christopher L. Bliefert, 55, was arrested and charged with driving while...
    KNOX CITY, Mo. -- A Knox City man was arrested and charged with three felony counts after an incident Monday at Knox City Senior Housing. Christopher L. Bliefert, 55, was arrested and charged with driving while...
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  • Kahoka man gets probation in domestic battery case

    Kahoka man gets probation in domestic battery case

    Sunday, January 18 2015 2:18 AM EST2015-01-18 07:18:03 GMT
    A Kahoka, Mo., man was sentenced to probation Friday in an aggravated domestic battery case.
    A Kahoka, Mo., man was sentenced to probation Friday in an aggravated domestic battery case.
  • All-inclusive dance, cheer teams to add sparkle to Hannibal games

    All-inclusive dance, cheer teams to add sparkle to Hannibal games

    Sunday, January 18 2015 2:11 AM EST2015-01-18 07:11:10 GMT
    A Hannibal High School initiative is allowing students of all ability levels to add sparkle to sporting and community events.
    A Hannibal High School initiative is allowing students of all ability levels to add sparkle to sporting and community events.
  • Bowling Green woman hurt in two-car crash on U.S. 54

    Bowling Green woman hurt in two-car crash on U.S. 54

    Sunday, January 18 2015 2:03 AM EST2015-01-18 07:03:25 GMT
    A Bowling Green, Mo., woman sustained minor injuries in a two-car crash on U.S. 54 and Route NN on Saturday morning.
    A Bowling Green, Mo., woman sustained minor injuries in a two-car crash on U.S. 54 and Route NN on Saturday morning.
  • Chamber honors Mark St. Clair with 2015 Civic Contributor of the Year

    Chamber honors Mark St. Clair with 2015 Civic Contributor of the Year

    Sunday, January 18 2015 1:09 AM EST2015-01-18 06:09:36 GMT
    The Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce named Hannibal High School head football coach Mark St. Clair its 2015 Civic Contributor of the Year at the chamber's 106th Annual Meeting on Saturday. Chamber Executive Director McKenzie Disselhorst said St. Clair is recognized for his record of encouraging community involvement and working with area schools.
    The Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce named Hannibal High School head football coach Mark St. Clair its 2015 Civic Contributor of the Year at the chamber's 106th Annual Meeting on Saturday. Chamber Executive Director McKenzie Disselhorst said St. Clair is recognized for his record of encouraging community involvement and working with area schools.

  • Clark County man has minor injuries in truck crash

    Clark County man has minor injuries in truck crash

    Saturday, January 17 2015 1:20 AM EST2015-01-17 06:20:08 GMT
    WYACONDA, Mo. -- A Kahoka man sustained minor injuries in a crash that caused extensive damage to a pickup truck. Breckan L. Yates, 27, of Kahoka, said he would seek his own treatment after a crash early Friday morning.
    WYACONDA, Mo. -- A Kahoka man sustained minor injuries in a crash that caused extensive damage to a pickup truck. Breckan L. Yates, 27, of Kahoka, said he would seek his own treatment after a crash early Friday morning.
  • Corps of Engineers plans to issue easement for transmission line over Mississippi

    Corps of Engineers plans to issue easement for transmission line over Mississippi

    Saturday, January 17 2015 1:19 AM EST2015-01-17 06:19:11 GMT
    QUINCY -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to issue a finding of "no significant impact" on Ameren's proposal to build a new transmission line across the Mississippi River about 3 miles south of Quincy. A lengthy environmental assessment released by the corps in December includes a draft finding of no significant impact.
    QUINCY -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to issue a finding of "no significant impact" on Ameren's proposal to build a new transmission line across the Mississippi River about 3 miles south of Quincy. A lengthy environmental assessment released by the corps in December includes a draft finding of no significant impact.
  • Twain's plaque missing from cemetery in New York

    Twain's plaque missing from cemetery in New York

    Friday, January 16 2015 2:37 PM EST2015-01-16 19:37:11 GMT
    This 2007 photo shows both Mark Twain’s plaque, top, and Clara’s husband, Ossip Gabrilowitch. A plaque with Twain’s likeness has gone missing from a monument in the author’s grave site in Elmira, N.Y. | Wikimedia CommonsThis 2007 photo shows both Mark Twain’s plaque, top, and Clara’s husband, Ossip Gabrilowitch. A plaque with Twain’s likeness has gone missing from a monument in the author’s grave site in Elmira, N.Y. | Wikimedia Commons
    A Hannibal-based Mark Twain scholar says academics and fans of the renowned author's work are dismayed a bronze plaque with Twain's likeness went missing from his gravesite last month.
    A Hannibal-based Mark Twain scholar says academics and fans of the renowned author's work are dismayed a bronze plaque with Twain's likeness went missing from his gravesite last month.
  • 'MoDOT is in trouble': Missouri facing transportation crisis, outlines limited maintenance plan

    'MoDOT is in trouble': Missouri facing transportation crisis, outlines limited maintenance plan

    Thursday, January 15 2015 12:45 PM EST2015-01-15 17:45:02 GMT
    Missouri transportation officials have unveiled a crisis funding plan that could go into effect if the agency budget continues to fall. Missouri's 325 System will focus on maintaining 8,000 miles of primary highways if the transportation budget drops to $325 million in 2017 as expected. That would leave 26,000 miles of highway with limited, routine maintenance.
    Missouri transportation officials have unveiled a crisis funding plan that could go into effect if the agency budget continues to fall. Missouri's 325 System will focus on maintaining 8,000 miles of primary highways if the transportation budget drops to $325 million in 2017 as expected. That would leave 26,000 miles of highway with limited, routine maintenance.

  • Gov. Nixon visits Hannibal for discussion on mental health plan

    Gov. Nixon visits Hannibal for discussion on mental health plan

    Wednesday, January 14 2015 11:48 AM EST2015-01-14 16:48:07 GMT
    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday touted progress made through a two-year-old mental health initiative and asked Northeast Missouri law enforcement and public health officials how to continue improving the state's response to mental health concerns.
    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday touted progress made through a two-year-old mental health initiative and asked Northeast Missouri law enforcement and public health officials how to continue improving the state's response to mental health concerns.
  • Hannibal city departments to team up to help clear snow

    Hannibal city departments to team up to help clear snow

    Tuesday, January 13 2015 1:14 PM EST2015-01-13 18:14:49 GMT
    The Hannibal Board of Public Works and the city's street department have made an arrangement to trade labor hours in hopes of saving money and removing snow quicker. Heath Hall, BPW director of operations, said BPW service workers will plow streets on an as-needed basis, and street crews will repay accumulated hours by completing street repairs and paving projects for the BPW in the spring.
    The Hannibal Board of Public Works and the city's street department have made an arrangement to trade labor hours in hopes of saving money and removing snow quicker. Heath Hall, BPW director of operations, said BPW service workers will plow streets on an as-needed basis, and street crews will repay accumulated hours by completing street repairs and paving projects for the BPW in the spring.
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  • UPDATE: Suspect involved in Hannibal police shooting identified as DaMark Rudd

    UPDATE: Suspect involved in Hannibal police shooting identified as DaMark Rudd

    Sunday, January 25 2015 2:28 PM EST2015-01-25 19:28:03 GMT
    The Hannibal Police Department has identified a suspect involved in a police shooting in downtown Hannibal Saturday night. DaMark L. Rudd, 24, of Hannibal, was identified as the driver of a vehicle that allegedly struck two other vehicles on North Main Street and collided with trees and a fence on Fulton Avenue as it attempted to flee from police. The department did not release the name of the 23-year-old passenger who suffered a gunshot wound during the incident. 
    The Hannibal Police Department has identified a suspect involved in a police shooting in downtown Hannibal Saturday night. DaMark L. Rudd, 24, of Hannibal, was identified as the driver of a vehicle that allegedly struck two other vehicles on North Main Street and collided with trees and a fence on Fulton Avenue as it attempted to flee from police. The department did not release the name of the 23-year-old passenger who suffered a gunshot wound during the incident. 
  • Hannibal officer involved in shooting in historic downtown

    Hannibal officer involved in shooting in historic downtown

    Sunday, January 25 2015 3:26 AM EST2015-01-25 08:26:29 GMT
     Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis said in a press release early Sunday morning that one man, a passenger in a vehicle involved in the incident, suffered a gunshot wound about 9:15 p.m. Davis said the man was conscious and that his injuries were not life-threatening. Hannibal police are not releasing the names of anyone involved in the incident, including the officer who fired the shot.
     Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis said in a press release early Sunday morning that one man, a passenger in a vehicle involved in the incident, suffered a gunshot wound about 9:15 p.m. Davis said the man was conscious and that his injuries were not life-threatening. Hannibal police are not releasing the names of anyone involved in the incident, including the officer who fired the shot.

  • The Forgotten Emancipator: Upcoming 150th anniversary showcases how Northeast Missouri man helped free slaves

    The Forgotten Emancipator: Upcoming 150th anniversary showcases how Northeast Missouri man helped free slaves

    Sunday, January 25 2015 1:27 AM EST2015-01-25 06:27:03 GMT
    The name of John Brooks Henderson is largely forgotten, even among many history buffs.
    The name of John Brooks Henderson is largely forgotten, even among many history buffs.
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