Author: Grace Runkel

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A troubled rental company declares bankruptcy after it's unable to get out of its $22 million debt. It's one we've told you about before: Jones... [Read More]
There's still a small memorial along Cedar Fork in Galesburg, Illinois keeping the memory of Tyler Smith alive, but his parents say the Galesburg Police... [Read More]
It's not unusual to see empty storefronts along 2nd Avenue in downtown Rock Island. Local 4 News counted the number of storefronts on the strip... [Read More]
A Blue Grass man was repairing the roof of his garage when he heard a loud boom come from inside. [Read More]
The City of Moline wants to put all its waste to use. [Read More]
Tags: Moline - waste - solid
Some people in East Moline feel like they're in a pickle because of a Pickleball court. [Read More]
There's a new effort to make parks cleaner in East Moline. [Read More]
Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities has created a new app that allows parents and students to anonymously report concerns about student safety. [Read More]
It's a type of ripoff that's hard to believe: a local property management company we've been covering is renting homes that it no longer owns. [Read More]
On June 29 a blaze ripped through this Moline duplex. The roof collapsed and everything inside was a total loss. But on Friday night a... [Read More]
Controversial photos from New Jersey are causing a stir with local photographers in the Quad Cities. [Read More]
The superintendent of North Scott Schools is praising the actions of the junior high teacher who stopped a student with a loaded gun last Friday. [Read More]
A local group of Native American activists says sacred burial grounds could be in danger, but there's a debate over whether those sites exist. [Read More]
Gene Hast usually comes to Ben Williamson Park to drive a boat with the Backwater Gamblers, but Tuesday he came to survey the flooding. [Read More]
It was all about celebrating workers at the East Moline Labor Day parade. [Read More]
Two men, thousands of miles away from home, with one goal in mind: to go back and make a difference. [Read More]
For Vietnam War veteran John Tallent, coming aboard the USS LST 325 is a spiritual experience. [Read More]
Davenport's mayor is trying to make good on his promise to tackle juvenile crime. [Read More]
You can spot them on any street: a vacant house owned by Jones Lease Properties. [Read More]
When Brooke Berger went to her first Cub Scouts meeting, she got some confused looks. [Read More]
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