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Three teens injured in crash northwest of Hannibal

Two teens from Hannibal and one from Palmyra were injured in a Wednesday afternoon crash northwest of Hannibal.

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Probable cause found against Hannibal man accused of injuring infant
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Probable cause found against Hannibal man accused of injuring infant

Probable cause was found against a Hannibal man accused of causing multiple injuries to an infant, including a skull fracture.

4 arrested in Hannibal after police execute narcotics search warrant
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4 arrested in Hannibal after police execute narcotics search warrant

Four people were arrested Friday in Hannibal after the Police Department's Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad executed a narcotics search warrant in the 2200 block of Hope Street.

HLGU announces commencement ceremony speaker
Education

HLGU announces commencement ceremony speaker

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Hannibal-LaGrange University will hold its 2019 commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 4, in the Mabee Sports Complex. Approximately 200 graduate candidates are scheduled to receive degrees. This year's commencement speaker will b

Volunteers sought to help with spring cleanup effort April 27 in Hannibal
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Volunteers sought to help with spring cleanup effort April 27 in Hannibal

Volunteers are being sought to help with a "spring cleanup" effort in Hannibal on Saturday, April 27.

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Hannibal Free Public Library receives $2,200 state grant

The Hannibal Free Public Library has been awarded a $2,200 grant through Missouri's "Spotlight on Literacy" program.

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Prescription take-back program to be offered at five locations next week

A prescription take-back program will be offered at five different locations next week in Northeast Missouri.

Hannibal man indicted in Texan's restaurant death
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Hannibal man indicted in Texan's restaurant death

A Hannibal man charged in the death of a Texas man at a Hannibal restaurant has been indicted on one count of involuntary manslaughter.

Author Ron Powers to visit Quincy to discuss mental health
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Author Ron Powers to visit Quincy to discuss mental health

After Ron Powers' youngest son committed suicide in 2005, the Pulitzer Prize winner and prolific author swore that he would never write about the "hellish" pain that he and his family went through.

Hannibal School Board to decide in May whether to give raises next year
Education

Hannibal School Board to decide in May whether to give raises next year

The Hannibal School Board will decide next month whether to give raises to the school district's employees.

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