Police & Courts

Injury reported in multiple-vehicle crash on Mark Twain Bridge

One person was injured in a crash involving several vehicles Friday on the Mark Twain Memorial Bridge.

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Hannibal News

Hannibal motel's second fire in three weeks is under investigation

Hannibal officials are investigating the second fire in three weeks at the Best Way Inn, 612 Mark Twain Ave.

Quincy News

Westboro anti-gay picketers plan local visits

A picketing schedule published on the website Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., indicates that members of the controversial anti-homosexual group will make a swing into Macomb and Quincy as well as Hannibal, Mo., later this month.

Hannibal City Council awards $6.6 million riverfront development contract
Hannibal News

Hannibal City Council awards $6.6 million riverfront development contract

The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday awarded a $6.648 million contract to Bleigh Construction Co. to renovate Hannibal's riverfront.

Education

Luke Zamperini to be featured at HLGU booster banquet Friday

Luke Zamperini, the son of Olympian hero and World War II prisoner of war Louis Zamperini, will be the featured speaker at Hannibal-LaGrange University's 77th annual booster banquet at 7 p.m. Friday.

Hannibal man, woman face bevy of drug-related charges
Police & Courts

Hannibal man, woman face bevy of drug-related charges

A Hannibal man and woman are facing multiple drug-related charges following their Saturday arrests by the Hannibal Police Department's Anti-Crime Enforcement Squad.

Police & Courts

Hannibal man facing domestic assault, weapon charge

A Hannibal man faces multiple charges after he reportedly battered a woman and put an unloaded gun to her head during another incident.

Police & Courts

Hannibal police officers to grow beards to raise cancer awareness

Several officers and civilian employees with the Hannibal Police Department will grow beards this month.

Hawley says votes needed in Senate race
Missouri News

Hawley says votes needed in Senate race

Josh Hawley on Wednesday told a crowd in Hannibal that their votes count and could well decide whether Republicans lose their majority in the U.S. Senate.

Graves applauds Hannibal upgrades
Hannibal News

Graves applauds Hannibal upgrades

After hearing a long list of projects going on in Hannibal, U.S. Rep. Sam Graves said that bodes well for the broader region.