Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
Updated at 6:29 PM

Captain James E. Wilt, commanding officer of Troop B, Macon, announces the results of the “Click It Or Ticket” enforcement operation held in Marion County from May 18 through May 31. The “Click It Or Ticket” campaign is part of a national effort focusing on seat belt violations in an effort to raise seat belt use and awareness.

Updated at 5:33 PM

Weather permitting, Thursday, June 4, Bross Construction, contractor for Missouri Department of Transportation, will begin sealing operations on Route MM in Marion County from US Route 61 in Hannibal to the overpass at US Route 36.

Posted at 5:00 PM

Data analysis shows that Northeast Missouri has historically had some of the lowest totals of tornado touchdowns in the state, but weather experts say there's no rhyme or reason why that is.

Updated at 4:57 PM

The pace at which potholes are filled and streets are repaved in the city of Hannibal might slow noticeably after July 1 since the lone bids received to supply cold patch and asphalt were rejected by the city during Tuesday night’s City...

Posted at 5:05 PM

The mystery of who Sherlock's father is has been solved! John Noble has joined

Updated at 4:28 PM

A cleanup event will be held from 9 a.m. until dusk Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at the Salt River School, just off Route T near New London.

Updated at 4:02 PM

The Hannibal Clinic will be providing random drug and alcohol testing for the city of Hannibal over the next three years under the terms of a bid the Hannibal City Council accepted during its Tuesday night meeting at City Hall.

Updated at 3:58 PM

Getting ready to walk down the aisle? Feeling your inner Bridezilla starting to take over as the date draws nearer and your stress level rises? These wedding-planning apps will be your best friend during all the madness, helping...

Updated at 3:56 PM

Facing limited funding and a cross-state highway in need of vast improvement, officials from the Missouri Department of Transportation announced a crowdsourcing approach Wednesday to get ideas on how to make a 200-mile stretch of Interstate 70 a...

Updated at 3:18 PM

I had lunch with a parishioner last week who told me about an acronym he had recently learned at a business seminar. It was W.A.I.T., and it stood for Why Am I Talking? When you’re a preacher, this is something you’re used to people wondering. But...

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