4 before 4: Shooting, burglaries, hedge balls & Bandits in World Series

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

+ A Davenport man was arrested in connection with a shooting early Wednesday that left one person injured.

+ There have now been at least a dozen burglaries in Davenport just this month. Green Thumbers and Griggs Music were two of the latest targets.

+ Mark Hockenberry and John Twomey started paying $180 per ton for a fruit that many discard. They own the largest hedge ball manufacturing plant in the world. The Monmouth entrepreneurs talked to Local 4 News about how they are turning one man's trash into their treasure

+ The Local 4 News building has no shortage of creepy basements, dark corners and eerie hallways. Is it just an old building or something else? Grace Runkel called in the Ghost Crier paranormal investigations team to help her find out.

+ It was one of the coldest Halloweens on record, but November should get off to a warmer start. Andy McCray tells you how much warmer.

+ The path to the Houston Astros goes through the Quad Cities. Many former River Bandits will be playing in Game 7 of the World Series tonight.

+ The last time the Hawkeyes hosted Ohio State at Kinnick Stadium was 2010. Hawkeye Headquarters reporter Adam Rossow on why that unfamiliarity makes it tougher to prepare.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg as Shawn Loging will bring you the latest on the trial of a man charged with murdering a Burlington teen. Later, Rachel Gollhardt has more on the last Honor Flight of the year.
 


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