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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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The Scott County jail is in need of more correctional officers. Tuesday, jail administrators and workers attended a job fair at St. Ambrose University to... [Read More]
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This weekend, there will be a vigil in Muscatine to honor two-year-old Hawk Newberry and 20-year-old Sadie Alvarado. The Muscatine community will remember both on... [Read More]
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If you've ever bought college textbooks, you know how expensive they can be. College students spend an average of anywhere from $200 to $500 on... [Read More]
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Starting next week students at East Moline School District will be heading back to classes, but before they do that the transportation director is looking... [Read More]
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As construction counties, on the I-74 bridge officials say people will start seeing new no-wake zones by the construction site. [Read More]
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Families living in the Salvation Army emergency service shelter have to start moving out on Wednesday. Helping families find long-term housing is the new focus... [Read More]
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We've had two train tragedies recently in the Quad Cities. Now, a Bettendorf Paralympian is sharing how a train accident changed his life. "The... [Read More]
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Survey results from the community wide event "Quad Cities Big Table" are in on what quad citians feel should be done to make our community... [Read More]
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A veteran is warning against an anti-malaria medicine that he took, while he was in the army. He says the side effects continue to affect... [Read More]
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A former Case New Holland employee says he and his wife have to look for new health insurance, because after august 31st, they are losing... [Read More]
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A Clinton couple is thankful for a Facebook post that alerted them of people using counterfeit bills. They say it was that post that saved... [Read More]
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A Muscatine family is left without a truck they've relied on for three years because of fireworks. The truck was destroyed by a fire on... [Read More]
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The city of Davenport says its expects to make a decision within a week on changes to West Central Park Avenue between Harrison and Division... [Read More]
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All across the U.S. law enforcement agencies this weekend have been busy cracking down on boating under the influence, and here in the QCA several... [Read More]
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A Clinton mother says she's scared for her daughter's life as her seizures continue to get worse due to people firing off fireworks. Police say... [Read More]
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A Davenport rest area is expected to close in the next five years, if a plan is approved by the Iowa Department of Transportation. The... [Read More]
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The Galesburg Police Department is investigating shots fired incident that took place at Railroad Days Saturday night. [Read More]
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Galesburg police are looking for a person of interest in a shots-fired incident at Railroad Days Saturday night. Although it's only been two days since... [Read More]
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