Historic Missouri home of 1869: Captain George and Atella Barnard House still proudly standsCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Unveils $45 Million Plan to Revitalize Quincy BayRadiantWriterNewsBreak Contributor
Pike County Inmate Recaptured After Jail EscapeNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Weirdo Who Hid Camera in Bathroom Sentenced to 25 Years in PrisonHunt County Theft ReportsNewsBreak Contributor
Historic Rockcliffe Mansion in Hannibal: after the owner died, it sat vacant for 43 yearsCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Hannibal Public Schools vote to discontinue Standards-Based Grading at middle school
HANNIBAL, Mo. – The Hannibal Middle School will revert to the traditional grading system starting the 2024-25 school year. The Hannibal School Board voted Wednesday night at the regular board meeting to discontinue Standards-Based Grading (SBG) at the end of the school year. There will be no changes made...
Missing inmate from Northeast Correctional Center causes lockdown
Bowling Green, Mo. (KHQA) — On February 15, an incident at the Northeast Correctional Center left one inmate unaccounted for, causing some distress within the community. The Northeast Correctional Center had alerted local authorities and placed the facility under lockdown after an inmate mysteriously went missing. According to the...
Peterbilt truck and honda Civic crash south of Hannibal
In a late evening accident on Highway 61, two miles south of Hannibal, Missouri, a collision between a 2013 Honda Civic and a 2015 Peterbilt truck tractor resulted in minor injuries for the car’s driver. The incident occurred at approximately 8:00 p.m. on February 19, 2024, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
MODOT holds informational meeting on proposed US 61 project
Hannibal, Mo. (KHQA) — Wednesday night in Hannibal, the Missouri Department of Transportation held an informational meeting on the proposed US 61 project. Residents were able to come to the meeting and get information about what the project could look like, ask questions and give feedback. Right now the...
Ten Point Victory Moves Pleasant Plains to Regional Final Over Pittsfield
The Pleasant Plains Cardinals secured a 57-47 victory over the Pittsfield Saukees on Wednesday. The win pushes the Cardinals into the 2A Warsaw Regional Final against the host Warsaw on Friday at 7pm.
QPD Blotter for Feb. 20, 2024
Nicole Dunaway, 35, 2524 Lexi Lane, Stealing at 5211 Broadway, Walmart. NTA 122. Glenn Vaughn, 39, 1846 Oak, Improper turn at 20th and Spring. NTA 122. Cody Wedding, 29, 2026 S. Sheridan, Trespassing at 339 1/2 S. 7th. NTA 169. Breanne E. Scott, 40, 1322 S. 17th for Stealing at...
Hannibal Council hears first reading of ordinance clarifying recreational marijuana rules
Hannibal, Mo. (KHQA) — At the Hannibal Council meeting on February 20, the full council heard the first reading of an ordinance that would more clearly lay out the rules of recreational marijuana usage in the city. When the constitutional amendment was passed in Missouri last year legalizing recreational...
Hannibal Middle School performance ‘Willy Wonka Jr.’ brings salty, sweet to stage beginning Thursday
HANNIBAL, Mo. — What’s a musical director to do when there’s so much talent and not enough parts?. Stacy Mueller, musical director at Hannibal Middle School, says the solution is to perform “Willy Wonka Jr.”. “I am blessed to have a very talented cast, and I...
Local births from Feb. 7-15, 2024
A girl was born to Dimaggio Trotter and Timery Danner of Jacksonville at 11:37 p.m. Feb. 7, 2024. A girl was born to John and Christie Wert of Quincy at 6:41 a.m. Feb. 8, 2024. A girl was born to Zac Taylor and Kailyn Day of Dallas City at 2:38...
The gas price fluctuate between $2.89 and $2.91 in New London as of 2024-02-22. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.270, a week ago the price is $3.278 , according to AAA.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Hannibal's 3 Italian Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we're exploring three exquisite Italian restaurants in Hannibal. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these places yet? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Quincy Grand Prix makes a comeback with action-packed weekend in June 2024
Quincy, Ill. (KHQA) — Motorsports enthusiasts will be excited to hear that the Quincy Grand Prix is making its comeback on June 8th and 9th this summer. After a hiatus, the Quincy Grand Prix is back and will take place in Quincy’s South Park. The event will feature a dynamic circuit specially designed for kart racing, offering challenges for drivers of all skill levels.
Hannibal City Council discusses insurance requirements for UTV permits in town
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The issue of insurance for Hannibal residents who drive UTVs around town was discussed at the Hannibal City Council meeting Tuesday night. The council approved for UTVs to be driven on most city streets in July 2021. The vehicles are not allowed on highways and must be inspected by a mechanic licensed in Missouri and operating in the Hannibal city limits.
Cheering On The Cougars
Amanda Raleigh received the Spirit Stick during a recent basketball game. Amanda Raleigh is a senior at Highland Highschool. This is Amanda's last basketball season as a cheerleader with hHghland and her team mates. She signed with Culver and will be starting her own business as a Cosmetologists. Amanda is the daughter of Frank and Betty Raleigh from Ewing Mo. Highland Cheerleaders group picture include front row: Kaylee McKenzie, Chloe Speer, Amanda Raleigh, Emily Sparrow and Makenzie Owsley. Back row: Kenzie Lydolph, Dani Goodwin, Kori Rossmiller, Catherine Darnell, Bri Reed, Cali Berhorst, Savannah Lowrey and Leah Hoffman. The cheerleaders will be cheering on the Cougars this week during district basketball tournaments held in Palmyra. Highland Lady Cougars advanced in the first round defeating Clark County 54-26 with Keera Rothweiler with 15 points and Addy Abell with 14 points . In games last week the Lady Cougars lost to South Chelby 40-32 with Chevie Sharpe scoring 12 points. The team defeated Palmyra 47-38 with Addy Abell scoring 13 points.
Two-vehicle collision in Perry results in minor njuries
In the early hours of Monday, a road accident occurred on Highway 154 in Perry, Missouri, involving a 2016 Ford Escape and a 2004 GMC Cargo Van, leading to minor injuries for one of the drivers. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that the incident took place at around 7:10 a.m,
Back Like it Never Left: Quincy Grand Prix to return to South Park with new promoter
QUINCY, IL (KHQA) — The Quincy Grand Prix will now be under the direction of new promoter Jeff Scott who has many memories of his own from the iconic event. The cancellation of the Quincy Grand Prix hurt many racers across the country --and now as it returns--racers are excited to continue sharing great moments together once again.
QPD Blotter for February 20, 2024
Brooke N Failor, 38, Quincy for Retail Theft at 1400 Harrison. NTA. Kayle J Dyer, 31, Quincy for Battery at 1708 Broadway on 02/10/24. NTA. Cassandra Marquez, 19, Washington, IA for Failure to Reduce at 8th and Locust. Quentin D Brace(51) Quincy for Suspended Registration at 12th & Oak. Ashley...
2nd year of Gem City Concert Series in Quincy features Sevendust, Buckcherry
Quincy, Ill. (KHQA) — The Gem City Concert Series is returning to Quincy for a second year. After a successful inaugural year, the festival found a larger home. This year's series will take place in Lincoln Park, on the Riverfront in Quincy, Illinois. The series will span two full...
Emma Jacobson Schroeder receives HLGU Outstanding Young Alumnus Award
Hannibal-LaGrange University recently recognized the annual alumni award winners. The Outstanding Young Alumnus Award was presented to Emma Jacobson Schroeder ASN ’16, BSN ’17. This award is given to a Hannibal-LaGrange graduate, who is age 35 or younger, for outstanding accomplishments in their profession, business, community, state, or nation.
Community work spotlighted at Riedel Reception
HANNIBAL, Mo. – Addie Ball has spent her senior year of Hannibal High School learning about entrepreneurship thanks to the Riedel Foundation and supporting businesses. Ball spoke about her experience with the CEO Program, which began this school year, at the Riedel Reception on Tuesday evening at F&M Bank in Hannibal. The CEO program was first announced at last year’s Riedel Reception.