4 before 4: Trick-or-treat times, big billiards, Klipsch on crime & Gervase's game

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

+ Halloween is right around the corner. Sure, the weekend had its parties, but most of the trick-or-treating is Tuesday night. Find out the times for your town.

+ The annual American CueSports Alliance Iowa State Championships brought hundreds of pool players to Davenport this weekend. Mayra Cordova has more. 

+ Davenport Mayor Frank Klipsch joined Jim Niedelman on 4 The Record to discuss the increase in violent crime, the future of the riverfront and more.

+ Interested in the service academies? Congresswoman Cheri Bustos is accepting applications from high school students from across Illinois’ 17th District. She can nominate up to ten, but you only have until Friday to get your application in.

Blake Shelton is coming to the TaxSlayer Center in Moline in February. And he's bringing some "Country Music Freaks" with him. 

+ Some Bettendorf Bulldogs joined Dan Vasko to talk about the victory on Fox 18 Sports Sunday. Due to the epic 13-12 Astros win in Game 5 of the World Series, the show didn't air until early this morning. Watch part one and part two of the interview by clicking here.

Hawkeyes safety and Assumption High School graduate Jake Gervase was an integral part of two red-zone stands in Iowa's win over Minnesota. Hawkeye Headquarters reporter Adam Rossow talked to him about his role in keeping Floyd of Rosedale home after the game.

+ It's cold. Find out if it will stay that way with Andy McCray.

Now tune in to Local 4 News at 4 p.m. with Tiffany Lundberg for an exclusive on a local child poisoned by lead-based paint. And Andrea Medina finds out how a pair of Monmouth entrepreneurs are harvesting hedge balls.


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