Author: Rebecca David

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Two part series: With cold weather moving in, homeless shelters are filling up. Two men facing homelessness in the Quad Cities found themselves having... [Read More]
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Some rivers across the Quad Cities have crested and some continue to rise. More rain is still on the way this week, but farmers and... [Read More]
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One Quad City police department has gotten several complaints about bullying since school started. Now, the Blue Grass Police Chief is using social media to... [Read More]
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A class ring that has been missing for 36 years is finally making its way back to its rightful owner. [Read More]
Tags: ring - class - missing
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All this summer Quad Citians have been dealing with construction and it's no different in Moline. As the Quad Cities Marathon approaches this weekend, many... [Read More]
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The murder of an Iowa State student on an Iowa golf course along with the murder of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbets raises new... [Read More]
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The Clinton Police Department is investigating an animal neglect case after multiple complaints. Police say they learned from a citizen that one of the animals... [Read More]
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It's a project about two years in the making for a local special education center. [Read More]
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The Illinois Department of Public Health says they will not be citing a local nursing home after a Milan man unexpectedly died while receiving treatment... [Read More]
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Two Clinton men once strangers are now developing a friendship. We first brought you the story of a Clinton National Guard solider who got a... [Read More]
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Given all the security breaches lately, there's no surprise there is a need for cybersecurity professionals, but the industry is seeing a shortage. A Davenport... [Read More]
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The Scott County board will be discussing a request to hire a sex offender registry specialist to the sheriff's office. [Read More]
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Animal neglect is such a problem in Clinton, that the city is bringing back a position they cut a few years ago. Donna May... [Read More]
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Students at Augustana College will soon be able to catch rides on their campus shuttle bus via an app being created. [Read More]
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The Muscatine Police Department is asking people with loved ones buried in local cemeteries to contact their office. That, after more than 400 stolen brass... [Read More]
According to the CDC, the number of overdoses in the country has increased. In 2017, there was more than 72,000 overdoses. A local nonprofit is... [Read More]
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A Clinton man was put on notice by the city that he needed to cut his grass or be fined. The problem is he's a... [Read More]
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Students at Franklin Elementary in Moline will be able to see the inside of their school Monday night for the first time since it caught... [Read More]
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Two Henry County sheriff's deputies have a new job title on their resume. They were there to help a woman when she suddenly went into... [Read More]
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An increase in thefts, home invasions, and squatters has encouraged some Clinton residents to step up and form a neighborhood watch group. "This house,... [Read More]
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