Hannibal Courier - Post - Hannibal, MO
Updated at 12:04 PM

The University of Missouri has officially begun the public phase of the largest fundraising campaign in the school's history, with the goal of raising $1.3 billion by 2020.

Updated at 12:04 PM

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came to Las Vegas on Oct. 8, insulted most of his rivals, bashed the media, called the current crop of American leaders incompetent and promised to make America great again. Again.

Updated at 11:59 AM

Israeli forces clashed with Palestinian demonstrators along the Gaza border on Friday, killing five of them, as a rash of stabbing attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories, including the first apparent revenge attack by an Israeli, raised...

Updated at 11:52 AM

An overnight confrontation between two groups of students escalated into gunfire Friday when a freshman at Northern Arizona University killed one person and wounded three others, authorities said.

Updated at 11:20 AM

If it's possible to judge a city's dining scene by its burgers, then these 10 cities are America's food capitals. 

Updated at 11:02 AM

Hannibal Regional Airport’s taxiway/ramp expansion project is nearing a conclusion with some final bits of work planned Monday.

Updated at 10:45 AM

If lovers want to exchange vows in the future, they might want to disclose credit scores now, a paper from the U.S. Federal...

Updated at 10:36 AM

The Hannibal Parents as Teachers Program will be hosting, “Pumpkin Playtime,” on Friday, Oct. 16, from 9:30-11 a.m. The family event will be held at Kiwanis Park on the Hannibal riverfront.

Updated at 9:43 AM

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, MoDOT crews will temporarily close a portion of Ralls County Route FF.

Updated at 9:23 AM

Tensions among three of the Republican presidential hopefuls vying for support from the establishment wing of the party burst into public view this week after their campaign vehicles were involved in a pileup en route to an event in Cedar Rapids,...

Updated at 8:43 AM

Officials in Charlotte, North Carolina, are considering whether to create ďpublic safety zones,Ē areas within the city where people with past convictions, and merely arrests, would be restricted from entering.

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