4 before 4: Snowstar all year, 'disgusting' apartment, #MeToo & Hawkeye depth

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

+ After months of discussion, the Rock Island County Board is set to vote on Snowstar Winter Park's year-long operation request. Kelley Bowles will have the results tonight.

+ In a Local 4 News exclusive, new details continue to come to light during the investigation into Maple Ridge apartment complex in Rock Island. 

A tweet from Alyssa Milano inspired the #MeToo hashtag on Twitter, where men and women have been sharing stories of sexual harassment and assault. Shawn Loging takes a local look at 6.

+ A local non-profit organization is helping keep kids off the street and boost their self confidence. Briana Collier has more.

+  Local 4 News had a big change behind the scenes recently you didn't see directly. Meet news director Mike Mickle.

How deep are the Hawkeyes? The Iowa basketball rotation is still a work in progress, with 13 players looking to get minutes.

+ Skycam is back! Sidelined by lightning, one of the best views of the Quad Cities from atop the Local 4 transmission tower has returned. Ashe Simpson will have your local forecast tonight.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg.

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