4 before 4: I-74 bridge, 4 DUIs, July 4, 24 cats update

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

+ It's really happening: Illinois governor Bruce Rauner, Iowa governor Kim Reynolds and representatives from all over the Quad Cities broke ground on a new Interstate 74 bridge. It is expected to be finished in November 2020. Carie Kuehn and Briana Collier will have more on Local 4 News.

+ One of the 24 cats and kittens rescued last week has died, but eight adoptions and a generous amount of donations are making it possible for Kings Harvest to go back and get more of the hoarded cats

Illinois State Police issued 16 citations and four written warnings this weekend during a roadside safety check in Moline, including 4 DUI citations.

+ Celebrate the 4th of July and help feed the hungry by bringing donations of nonperishable food items to the annual Bettendorf parade and festival.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg for team coverage of the I-74 bridge groundbreaking. Later, Redrick Terry explains how fireworks aren't just a nuisance creating more police calls than last year, but a hazard starting fires.


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