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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.

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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.

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Palmyra woman injured in St. Charles County crash

A Palmyra woman was injured in a Friday afternoon crash in St. Charles County.

DAILY BLOTTER: April 19, 2019
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DAILY BLOTTER: April 19, 2019

From logs emailed by the Quincy Police Department at 5:03 p.m. April 18 and 5:52 a.m. April 19.

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2020 trial set in former student's lawsuit against QU

A 2020 trial date has been set in the Title IX lawsuit filed by a former Quincy University tennis player. Daniel Lozier's case against the school was set for Nov. 17, 2020, during a hearing last week.

Two Payson men arrested in reported assault
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Two Payson men arrested in reported assault

Two Payson men were arrested Wednesday after a reported assault in Payson. Christopher R. Kemper, 34, and Heath E. Milan, 34, both of the 500 block of Magnolia, were arrested.

DAILY BLOTTER: April 18, 2019
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DAILY BLOTTER: April 18, 2019

From logs emailed by the Quincy Police Department at 5:23 p.m. April 18 and 5:15 a.m. April 19.

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Barry man dies in one-vehicle crash

A 35-year-old Barry man died Wednesday afternoon in a one-car crash near El Dara.

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Trial pushed back in case of 2018 fire that killed two children

The trial of two Quincy residents charged in the October 2018 fire that killed two children has been pushed back a month.

Continuance granted for Quincy man charged in infant's death
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Continuance granted for Quincy man charged in infant's death

A Quincy man charged in the 2018 death of an infant will return to court in two weeks after his case was continued.