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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Sunday
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  • 35°

Mostly cloudy

Monday
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Mainly cloudy and rainy

Tuesday
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Considerable cloudiness

Wednesday
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  • 27°

Chance of a few snow showers

Thursday
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Partly cloudy

Friday
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Rain and snow showers

Saturday
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Sunshine

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 40°(Feels like 33°)
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  • Wind: SSE @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 29.93 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:24:03 am
  • Sunset: 04:43:36 pm
  • Humidity: 77
  • Visibility: 9 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Sunday
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Mostly cloudy

Monday
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Cloudy with rain

Tuesday
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Considerable cloudiness

Wednesday
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  • 27°

Rain and snow

Thursday
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Mostly sunny

Friday
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Partly cloudy

Saturday
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Currently in Macomb as of

  • 37°(Feels like 29°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSE @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 29.98 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:22:48 am
  • Sunset: 04:38:48 pm
  • Humidity: 85
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Sunday
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Showers ending early

Monday
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Cloudy with rain

Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Mix of rain and snow

Thursday
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A few clouds

Friday
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Clouds giving way to sun

Saturday
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Partly cloudy

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 40°(Feels like 34°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SE @ 9 mph
  • Barometer: 29.96 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:20:35 am
  • Sunset: 04:42:04 pm
  • Humidity: 82
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Sunday
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  • 44°
  • 39°

Cloudy

Monday
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  • 46°
  • 39°

Mainly cloudy and rainy

Tuesday
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  • 36°

Mix of sun and clouds

Wednesday
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  • 37°
  • 30°

Mix of rain and snow

Thursday
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  • 50°
  • 38°

A few clouds

Friday
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  • 24°

Clouds giving way to sun

Saturday
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  • 31°
  • 23°

Abundant sunshine

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 41°(Feels like 36°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSE @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 29.92 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:23:32 am
  • Sunset: 04:44:31 pm
  • Humidity: 70
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

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Hannibal agency to receive $1.2M Head Start grant

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The Early Head Start Child Care Center in Hannibal, Mo., will receive a $1.2 million grant. The funds are expected between Jan. 1 and March 1; the director expects to hire 12 new staff members.
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Hannibal City Council elects Van Hoose as 4th Ward alderman

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Hannibal's Fourth Ward has a new alderman. The Hannibal City Council elected Jim Van Hoose at its meeting Tuesday to fill the seat vacated by Barry Louderman in October. Van Hoose was chosen over Michelle Beck, Jerry Irick and J.D. Foust.
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Narcotics task force arrests 3 in Hannibal

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Three Hannibal men are lodged in the Marion County Jail after drug-related arrests this week. More>>

Welding sparks set off fire at LaGrange auto body shop

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Welding sparks triggered a Thursday afternoon fire that damaged a truck and building at Stub's Auto Body on Route B in LaGrange, Mo.
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Three Hannibal teens injured when car crashes into creek bed

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Three Hannibal teens were injured in a one-car crash at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday four miles west of Hannibal. Injured were the driver, Emily J. Battles, 19, and her two passengers, Brenda J. Watkins, 16, and Chantyra B.... More>>

Hannibal School Board OKs bid to buy three buses

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The Hannibal School Board accepted a nearly $250,000 bid to buy three 27-passenger buses at its meeting Wednesday. The district will buy the buses from Kansas-based Midwest Bus Sales for $246,623. The price includes a $20,000 trade-in of one 71-passenger bus. Central States Bus Sales and Midwest Transit Equipment also submitted bids.

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Two file for Hannibal municipal judge position on spring ballot

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Two candidates have expressed interest for Hannibal municipal judge on the first day of candidate filing. Incumbent judge Frederich Cruse and Marion County Sheriff's Department deputy Larry Gibson filed Tuesday for positions on the April 7 general municipal election ballot. More>>

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  • Two arrested for theft in Marion County

    Two arrested for theft in Marion County

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 9:26 AM EST2014-12-16 14:26:25 GMT
    Two people have been arrested in connection with the recent thefts of UPS packages from front porches of homes outside the Hannibal area. Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Shinn is not releasing the name of the suspects at...
    Two people have been arrested in connection with the recent thefts of UPS packages from front porches of homes outside the Hannibal area. Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Shinn is not releasing the name of the suspects at...
  • Palmyra woman determined to create memorial for families who lost children

    Palmyra woman determined to create memorial for families who lost children

    Monday, December 15 2014 12:30 PM EST2014-12-15 17:30:06 GMT
    A Palmyra woman hoping to offer solace to families mourning lost children says she needs help advancing a memorial project that's two years in the making. Tori Greving has campaigned since 2012 to build an Angel of Hope garden in the northwest corner of Palmyra's Flower City Park. She said the garden would be a peaceful place for families to honor departed infants and adolescents.
    A Palmyra woman hoping to offer solace to families mourning lost children says she needs help advancing a memorial project that's two years in the making. Tori Greving has campaigned since 2012 to build an Angel of Hope garden in the northwest corner of Palmyra's Flower City Park. She said the garden would be a peaceful place for families to honor departed infants and adolescents.
  • Hannibal man arrested in lightning rod scam

    Hannibal man arrested in lightning rod scam

    Monday, December 15 2014 12:22 PM EST2014-12-15 17:22:32 GMT
    A Hannibal man has been arrested in connection with a lightning rod scam. William Riley, 50, was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted financial exploitation of the elderly. Scott County...
    A Hannibal man has been arrested in connection with a lightning rod scam. William Riley, 50, was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted financial exploitation of the elderly. Scott County...
  • Kahoka, Mo., driver injured in rollover on U.S. 136

    Kahoka, Mo., driver injured in rollover on U.S. 136

    Monday, December 15 2014 10:40 AM EST2014-12-15 15:40:40 GMT
    KAHOKA, Mo -- A Kahoka driver escaped with only minor injuries Sunday night when his pickup overturned east of Kahoka. Gary L. McMann, 50, was treated and released at the scene by Clark County Ambulance personnel. The...
    SCOTT COUNTY, Mo. Hannibal man arrested in lightning rod scam A Hannibal man has been arrested in connection with a lightning rod scam. William Riley, 50, was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted financial...
  • Moving in the morning an exciting time for Eugene Field students

    Moving in the morning an exciting time for Eugene Field students

    Monday, December 15 2014 8:43 AM EST2014-12-15 13:43:14 GMT
    Da'Marion Williams isn't one for reading and sitting quietly. Williams, a fifth-grader at Eugene Field Elementary School, instead belted the words to "Let it Go" from Disney's "Frozen" Tuesday morning in the school's gymnasium as if he does it every day. That was after he twisted and two-stepped among a group of classmates.
    Da'Marion Williams isn't one for reading and sitting quietly. Williams, a fifth-grader at Eugene Field Elementary School, instead belted the words to "Let it Go" from Disney's "Frozen" Tuesday morning in the school's gymnasium as if he does it every day. That was after he twisted and two-stepped among a group of classmates.

  • Clarity Healthcare expands services to Hannibal patients

    Clarity Healthcare expands services to Hannibal patients

    Sunday, December 14 2014 12:32 AM EST2014-12-14 05:32:21 GMT
    A Kirksville, Mo.-based behavioral health network has expanded its reach in Hannibal by opening a facility that takes a multi-pronged approach to health care. Clarity Healthcare -- a division of Preferred Family Healthcare -- started offering primary care and behavioral health services in a five-county area earlier this year.The operation, which has occupied the former AT&T building on Communication Drive since March, started providing dental services in October.
    A Kirksville, Mo.-based behavioral health network has expanded its reach in Hannibal by opening a facility that takes a multi-pronged approach to health care. Clarity Healthcare -- a division of Preferred Family Healthcare -- started offering primary care and behavioral health services in a five-county area earlier this year.The operation, which has occupied the former AT&T building on Communication Drive since March, started providing dental services in October.
  • Four arrested in connection with armed robbery in Hannibal

    Four arrested in connection with armed robbery in Hannibal

    Sunday, December 14 2014 12:21 AM EST2014-12-14 05:21:46 GMT
    Three adults and one teen were arrested Friday in connection with an armed robbery that occurred Wednesday in the 2200 block of Hope Street in Hannibal.
    Three adults and one teen were arrested Friday in connection with an armed robbery that occurred Wednesday in the 2200 block of Hope Street in Hannibal.
  • Candidates fight for Hannibal's 4th ward seat

    Candidates fight for Hannibal's 4th ward seat

    Friday, December 12 2014 10:58 AM EST2014-12-12 15:58:10 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Candidates hoping to be appointed to the Hannibal City Council's vacant 4th Ward seat say they have what it takes to represent the ward's residents. Michelle Beck, J.D. Foust, Jerry Irick and Jim Van Hoose threw their hats into the ring before the city's Dec. 2 application deadline.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Candidates hoping to be appointed to the Hannibal City Council's vacant 4th Ward seat say they have what it takes to represent the ward's residents. Michelle Beck, J.D. Foust, Jerry Irick and Jim Van Hoose threw their hats into the ring before the city's Dec. 2 application deadline.
  • LaGrange, Mo., driver injured in rollover on U.S. 61

    LaGrange, Mo., driver injured in rollover on U.S. 61

    Wednesday, December 17 2014 8:49 AM EST2014-12-17 13:49:13 GMT
    A LaGrange, Mo. driver was slightly injured in rollover crash at 5:05 a.m. Monday on U.S. 61, south of Warren Barrett Drive in Hannibal. Trenton O. Eisenberg, 28, was taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of...
    A LaGrange, Mo. driver was slightly injured in rollover crash at 5:05 a.m. Monday on U.S. 61, south of Warren Barrett Drive in Hannibal. Trenton O. Eisenberg, 28, was taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of...
  • Students can finish Christmas shopping before class begins at Hannibal grade school

    Students can finish Christmas shopping before class begins at Hannibal grade school

    Tuesday, December 16 2014 10:56 AM EST2014-12-16 15:56:57 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Otten and fellow students perused trinkets and larger items on display for an hour before classes started Monday morning. They selected presents, ranging in price from 25 cents to $10, for their family members. Stowell's Parent-Teacher Organization will operate the store every morning this week. PTO members helped children choose items, pay for them and gift wrap them so their selections remain a surprise until Christmas arrives.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Otten and fellow students perused trinkets and larger items on display for an hour before classes started Monday morning. They selected presents, ranging in price from 25 cents to $10, for their family members. Stowell's Parent-Teacher Organization will operate the store every morning this week. PTO members helped children choose items, pay for them and gift wrap them so their selections remain a surprise until Christmas arrives.

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  • Hannibal campus of The Crossing bringing back interactive 'Journey to Bethlehem'

    Hannibal campus of The Crossing bringing back interactive 'Journey to Bethlehem'

    Thursday, December 11 2014 10:05 AM EST2014-12-11 15:05:33 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Welcome back, JTB. The Hannibal campus of The Crossing is bringing "Journey to Bethlehem" back to life this weekend. The interactive Christmas production is scheduled from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Welcome back, JTB. The Hannibal campus of The Crossing is bringing "Journey to Bethlehem" back to life this weekend. The interactive Christmas production is scheduled from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

  • Hannibal mother arrested in son's child abuse case

    Hannibal mother arrested in son's child abuse case

    Monday, December 8 2014 11:41 AM EST2014-12-08 16:41:36 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal woman has been arrested in connection with a case where her 3-month-old son was allegedly physically abused by the boy's father. A news release from the Hannibal Police Department reported...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal woman has been arrested in connection with a case where her 3-month-old son was allegedly physically abused by the boy's father. A news release from the Hannibal Police Department reported...
  • Hurdland, Mo. driver injured in rollover

    Hurdland, Mo. driver injured in rollover

    Monday, December 8 2014 9:25 AM EST2014-12-08 14:25:59 GMT
    HURDLAND, Mo. -- A Hurdland driver was seriously injured when she fell out of her overturning SUV at 12:22 a.m. Saturday on Mo. 6, one mile west of Hurdland. Dawn M. Sizemore, 24, was taken by Knox County Ambulance to...
    HURDLAND, Mo. -- A Hurdland driver was seriously injured when she fell out of her overturning SUV at 12:22 a.m. Saturday on Mo. 6, one mile west of Hurdland. Dawn M. Sizemore, 24, was taken by Knox County Ambulance to...
  • More than 800 children to benefit from Toys for Tots in Northeast Missouri

    More than 800 children to benefit from Toys for Tots in Northeast Missouri

    Thursday, December 4 2014 10:39 AM EST2014-12-04 15:39:49 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Stores and agencies in Northeast Missouri are still accepting donations for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots initiative. The program, administered by Douglass Community Services for Marion, Lewis and Ralls counties, collects new, unwrapped toys to be distributed as Christmas gifts for needy children.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Stores and agencies in Northeast Missouri are still accepting donations for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots initiative. The program, administered by Douglass Community Services for Marion, Lewis and Ralls counties, collects new, unwrapped toys to be distributed as Christmas gifts for needy children.
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  • Your Turn with Beth House Lane

    Your Turn with Beth House Lane

    Sunday, December 21 2014 1:37 AM EST2014-12-21 06:37:07 GMT
    Beth House Lane is executive director of the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County. She is a Quincy-area native who lived in Arizona for 30 years and returned two years ago.
    Beth House Lane is executive director of the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County. She is a Quincy-area native who lived in Arizona for 30 years and returned two years ago.
  • Quincy Regional Airport a valuable asset, economic development tool

    Quincy Regional Airport a valuable asset, economic development tool

    Sunday, December 21 2014 12:21 AM EST2014-12-21 05:21:03 GMT
    Ask Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester what's happening at Baldwin Field, and he'll usually answer with enthusiasm and without hesitation. "We've got a lot going on," Hester said.
    Ask Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester what's happening at Baldwin Field, and he'll usually answer with enthusiasm and without hesitation. "We've got a lot going on," Hester said.

  • Donations sought for holiday party planned for residents displaced by Hotel Elkton fire

    Donations sought for holiday party planned for residents displaced by Hotel Elkton fire

    Saturday, December 20 2014 11:48 PM EST2014-12-21 04:48:08 GMT
    A holiday party is being planned for residents displaced by the Dec. 12 five-alarm fire at the Hotel Elkton, and organizers are looking for donations for gift baskets. The residents have been invited to the party at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Eagles Nest Hotel. Refreshments will be provided, and Santa Claus will make an appearance.
    A holiday party is being planned for residents displaced by the Dec. 12 five-alarm fire at the Hotel Elkton, and organizers are looking for donations for gift baskets. The residents have been invited to the party at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Eagles Nest Hotel. Refreshments will be provided, and Santa Claus will make an appearance.

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  • Area Roundup: Wolfmeyer's late free throws help Liberty tip Central

    Area Roundup: Wolfmeyer's late free throws help Liberty tip Central

    Sunday, December 21 2014 1:33 AM EST2014-12-21 06:33:01 GMT
    Reed Wolfmeyer sank free throws with 2.5 seconds left to lift the Liberty boys basketball team to a 50-49 victory over Central Saturday at Camp Point, Ill. The Eagles led 50-46 after Wolfmeyer's free throws, and the Panthers' Eric Lee drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the final margin.

    Reed Wolfmeyer sank free throws with 2.5 seconds left to lift the Liberty boys basketball team to a 50-49 victory over Central Saturday at Camp Point, Ill. The Eagles led 50-46 after Wolfmeyer's free throws, and the Panthers' Eric Lee drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the final margin.

  • Lady Hawks head into Christmas break after confidence-building rout of Eagles

    Lady Hawks head into Christmas break after confidence-building rout of Eagles

    Sunday, December 21 2014 12:42 AM EST2014-12-21 05:42:02 GMT
    QUINCY -- Although it will be 13 days until the Quincy University women's basketball team plays again, don't expect the extended break to be all rest and relaxation. "We'll be working hard by ourselves," redshirt freshman guard Megan Wienstroer said. "When we come back, we'll hit really hard."

    QUINCY -- Although it will be 13 days until the Quincy University women's basketball team plays again, don't expect the extended break to be all rest and relaxation. "We'll be working hard by ourselves," redshirt freshman guard Megan Wienstroer said. "When we come back, we'll hit really hard."

  • Blue Devils dominate with inside presence

    Blue Devils dominate with inside presence

    Sunday, December 21 2014 12:28 AM EST2014-12-21 05:28:18 GMT
    QUINCY -- Parker Bland used to pound out the beat as the drummer for the young Quincy band Unknown Faces. On Saturday night at Blue Devil Gym, Bland's Quincy High School teammates pounded the ball inside to the 6-foot-4 sophomore, and he responded with a career-high 19 points to lead QHS past Monmouth-Roseville, 63-49.
    QUINCY -- Parker Bland used to pound out the beat as the drummer for the young Quincy band Unknown Faces. On Saturday night at Blue Devil Gym, Bland's Quincy High School teammates pounded the ball inside to the 6-foot-4 sophomore, and he responded with a career-high 19 points to lead QHS past Monmouth-Roseville, 63-49.

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