4 before 4: Boom sentenced, city sued, playoff tickets & Hawkeye execution

Here are four reports posted to OurQuadCities.com to review before Local 4 News at 4, 5 and 6:

+ Former Davenport alderman Bill Boom was sentenced Wednesday to two years probation for lying to a grand jury. Boom pleaded guilty and resigned in April.

+ The City of Davenport, two of its aldermen and a zoning official are facing a federal lawsuit as a result of the April shutdown of Timothy's House of Hope.

+ The River Bandits’ win Saturday night clinched home-field advantage for the first round of the playoffs, locking in the dates for postseason home games at Modern Woodmen Park. Tickets for what could potentially be a total of six postseason games are now on sale.

'Execution' is the key to Iowa's football opener. The Hawkeyes welcome Wyoming to Kinnick Stadium on Saturday at 11 a.m. Adam Rossow has more from Iowa City.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg for more on Bill Boom's sentencing. Plus, Mayra Cordova takes you on an exclusive tour of Exelon's Quad Cities Nuclear Generating Station in Cordova.


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