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After four years of fundraising the Western Illinois Animal Rescue held a grand opening at its first permanent building Saturday. [Read More]
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People living in Paradise were able to return home for the first time Saturday. Among them was a former Bettendorf man who lost everything. [Read More]
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Davenport Police worked to give back to the community by hosting a toy drive Saturday. [Read More]
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The Rock Island Arsenal remembered America's veterans during a wreath laying ceremony Saturday evening. [Read More]
Snowstar Winter Sports Park open amid warming weekend temperatures. KWQC's Sarah Jones was in Andalusia and spoke with visitors and Snowstar's snowmaker himself. [Read More]
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An AMBER Alert has been issued for a 13-month-old child abducted during a car theft at a Circle K gas station Saturday. [Read More]
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Snowstar winter sports park still open for business amid warming weekend temperatures. [Read More]
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TV-6 crews on scene say it appears to be a single-vehicle rollover. [Read More]
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Snowstar winter sports park is hosting its first ever cosmic tubing event on Saturday, December 15th. [Read More]
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The deadline to apply for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act is Saturday. If you do not act by December 15, 2018, you can't... [Read More]
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Prosecutors say 33-year-ol Raymond Wayne Eugene Hall was sentenced last week in Des Moines' federal court for child pornography convictions. [Read More]
Watch highlights from Friday's High School Basketball... [Read More]
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A University of Illinois professor has been fired for fake research. [Read More]
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Grand opening of Hyatt property at The Bend in East Moline. KWQC's Sarah Jones spoke with visitors and hotel management. [Read More]
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Two Quad City eighth graders started a business this past summer to raise money for a school trip to Washington. Their business depended on a... [Read More]
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