4 before 4: Parks arrest, vacancy costs, remembering Hayman & clear skies

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

+ An employee of the Geneseo Park District was arrested Wednesday for predatory criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

+ Hundreds of people in the Quad Cities said goodbye to a local hero Wednesday as Davenport fire marshal Mike Hayman was laid to rest. His close friends and co-workers shared what he meant to the community.

+ Davenport's vacant buildings cost the city thousands, Grace Runkel reports.

A traveling mural aimed at letting students address mental health issues made a stop in the Quad Cities on Wednesday.

+ Two students and two adults were sent to the hospital Wednesday after a bus ran a stop sign and was hit by a car near Orion.

Ken O'Keefe's teaching style clicks with Hawkeyes quarterback Nate Stanley, who is second in the Big Ten with 15 passing touchdowns. "He always pushes us to lead." Adam Rossow has more.

+ The clear skies across the area could give you an unobstructed view of a couple events you might want to look up for. It's possible you might see Uranus with the naked eye, Kit Cloninger says.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg as Shawn Loging takes you to confined spaces for fire department training. Plus, big plans for Palmer Hills.


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