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Diagnosis at your fingertips Video included

A new mobile device that looks like an iPad uses a single drop of blood or saliva to diagnose some of the world's most devastating diseases. More>>

Congress debates ISIS plan Video included

The Secretary of Defense and Chair of the Joint Chiefs are set to testify on Capitol Hill about the Obama administration's strategy to defeat ISIS. More>>

Quincy Notre Dame hosts Pork and Pigskins

The Western Illinois Pork Producers have teamed up with the Illinois Pork Producers Association (IPPA) to host a Pork Pigskins event on Friday, September 19th at the Quincy Notre Dame vs. Illini West football game at Quincy Notre Dame.  More>>

Quincy Junior High School hosts curriculum night

Quincy Junior High School will hold Curriculum Night on Thursday, September 18, 2014, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.  More>>

Quincy Junior High hosts ninth-grade parent meeting

There will be a meeting for parents of present ninth graders on Thursday, September 18, 2014, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Morrison Theatre at Quincy Junior High.  More>>

Quincy University announces fall schedule for 55-and-up classes

The Pursuit of Learning in Society (POLIS) kicked off its fall semester on September 9 and will continue throughout the semester with over30 courses covering a range of topics. More>>

IDOT installs new crosswalk signs along Broadway Video included

Crossing Quincy's busy Broadway Street can be a dangerous task. But the Illinois Department of Transportation is hoping some new changes along the busy highway can improve safety. More>>

John Wood designated as military-friendly school

John Wood Community College has been named to the Military Friendly Schools list. More>>

Qualifying women to get free mammograms

Women from a five-county area of West-Central Illinois may be eligible to receive a free mammogram on Tuesday, October 14.  More>>

Inmates making glasses, building furniture in Illinois

If you're on Medicaid in Illinois and you're wearing glasses, here's some news for you: a prison inmate made them. More>>

Rain too late to help many Illinois farmers

The recent rain came too late to help many Illinois farmers. More>>

CDC issues new flu vaccine recommendations for kids Video included

According to the CDC an average of five to 20 percent of Americans will get the flu each year and now the CDC has some new recommendations for children receiving the flu vaccine this year. More>>

Public forum Tuesday on QPS building proposal

A public forum is at 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall at the Vermont Street United Methodist Church. More>>

Feral cat shot with an arrow in a Quincy alley Video included

Dr. Drew Kaiser says they sedated the cat to keep him comfortable, but they have not removed the arrow. More>>

Tax revenue up for the city of Quincy Video included

Those figures were released at Monday night Quincy city council meeting. More>>

Small fire reported at the Illinois Veterans Home

 A pile of oily rags started a fire at the Illinois Veterans Home Monday night in Quincy. More>>

Officials say Federal lunch program wasting taxpayer money Video included

A big push by the federal government over the last few years has mandated that school lunches are required to offer a whole grain, protein, fat-free or low-fat milk, fruits and vegetables. More>>

Late start to WIU school year impacts Go West ridership

The number of people riding public transportation in Macomb is down and the late start to the school year is to blame. More>>

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