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If you like dance, music, or theater, the Davenport School District has a program for you.
For more than 30 years, Cyndi has fought unimaginable obstacles, while never forgetting to live her life.
What happens now?
Despite opposition by neighbors, the Zoning Board of Adjustment approved a liquor license for the proposed convenience store on the corner of West 4th and Sturdevant. City council considered the liquor license at Wednesday night’s meeting, but tabled it for two cycles, as the city’s attorney looks over the lawsuit, and the documents from the Zoning Board.
CBS4 Producer Crispin Havener has more on what you will see tonight on CBS4 News at 10:00.
Local students had the opportunity to give back to the community Wednesday preparing and serving lunch to the homeless.
Genesis is teaming up with University of Iowa hospitals to better serve patients with neurological problems
A Quad City retirement community is now a little bigger.
Construction at the Davenport Municipal Airport is taking a little longer than planned.
If you have a criminal record, the Illinois department of corrections wants to help you get back on your feet.
State police on both sides of the river are reminding drivers: Move over and slow down.
With the clock ticking down until the November 4th general election, the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce held a "Meet the Candidates” forum Wednesday at Augustana College for candidates of the Illinois General Assembly.
Making it easier for contractors to get the supplies they need, and in turn saving you money.
Heating keeps families warm during the harsh winter months but those utility bills can become expensive that's why Project Now is helping the community pay those bills through their low income home energy assistance program.
The Quad City Bomb Squad has responded to the Rock Island Arsenal for the second time in a little more than a week
State police say a New York supermarket employee has been accused of leaving the store with $1,200 worth of meat hidden in his pants.
The medical examiner says an unarmed man who intervened in a confrontation between police and a knife-wielding assailant died of a gunshot to the back after police fired shots.
Deputies in central California have arrested four people — one adult and three juveniles — suspected of breaking into a Foster Farms chicken ranch and killing more than 900 birds with a golf club.
Outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas says employers last month announced the fewest job cuts since June of 2000.
Newtown's schools superintendent says a bomb threat phoned in to the Sandy Hook School that forced its evacuation was "complex," but was considered "low to no threat."
A fire at a farm in central North Carolina has killed more than 4,000 hogs.
Some parents in Dallas are keeping their children home from school today after learning that several other students may have come in contact with the man who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus after flying from Liberia to Texas.
There could be additional changes at the Secret Service, where director Julia Pierson has resigned.
A U.S. snowboarder, climber and mountain guide has been killed in an avalanche in Argentina.
It's not Obamacare or climate change. It's not yet terrorism or fear of the Islamic State group. Those issues are on the minds of voters as they begin casting ballots in this year's midterm elections, but nothing matters to American voters as much the economy.
Steve Long, veteran anchor and journalist, joined the CBS4 News team in January of 2012. Steve co-anchors the weekday editions of CBS4 News at 5, 6 and 10. Steve was born in Illinois and has worked throughout the Midwest. He has also been the recipient of numerous journalistic awards and recognitions.
Nicole Kilmer joined the CBS4 News team in June of 2013 with more than a fourteen years of local news experience. Growing up, living and working in the Midwest, Nicole came to CBS4 after spending more than six years in the Rockford area.
Emily joined the CBS4 News team in April of 2014. She is originally from Southfield, MI and a graduate of the University of Michigan. Emily’s career in news broadcasting began as a morning announcer for her elementary school.
Roland Glembine is a University of Iowa alum and joined the CBS4 News team in December 2012 with over 15 years of experience in TV news.