You can help the Salvation Army's red kettle campaign this week just by eating at local restaurants.
While a lot of folks are flying to get to their holiday destination, many are also hitting the roads and taking advantage of low gas prices.
An update to a story about a young Rock Island girl. Cecilia Padilla also known as Ceci was born with Spina Bifida. She's already had more than 30 major surgeries in her short life but, this year, Santa gave her a gift that will forever change her life.
Some Quad Citians got their heart rate up at the sky bridge Sunday, with a touch of holiday magic.
There was no shortage of travelers here at the quad city international airport.. many just trying to get home for the holidays.
Will it be you?
The fire broke out around 6 p.m. Saturday
For many Quad Cities families shelling out cash for Christmas gifts just aren’t in their budget but through the "layaway" option at local stores, they can pay off those presents in small payments.
It's the second year for the event
He will be at the mall again on Sunday
What products do people sell out of their house?
You can pay more to overnight gifts
The ice rink is not up and running at this time.
Christmas came early for more than 100 kids in the Quad Cities Saturday, many without a home this holiday season.
For the last 25 years, the Herbert Hoover Presidential library and museum has been featuring Christmas trees of different themes.
How are businesses that rely on snow for profit handling the lack of snowfall this month.
It's Friday night in the CBS4 Newsroom. Producer Crispin Havener has a sneak peek of tonight's CBS4 News at 10:00.
An Impartial Hearing Officer has ruled against the Sherrard School District in a case involving a student and her service dog
Quad City homeless shelters honor those who have passed during a special vigil.
The Illinois Department of Transportation says there have been 80 fewer fatalities than at this time last year.
Illinois State Police arrested an instructor at the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired, Thursday.
Doctors at the University of Chicago hospital are monitoring a child for possible symptoms of Ebola.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has named a replacement for late comptroller Judy Baar Topinka.
Jose Tapia had been charged with killing Michael Newman last August
For the 11th consecutive year, WHBF is joining with the Television Bureau, the Ad Council and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to fight drunk driving during the holiday season.
Local police are urging folks planning to leave town for the holidays to make sure you're thinking about your home before you go, because burglars may be looking to take advantage of your Christmas spirit.
Gas prices are at their lowest level in four years and that has more people planning to drive to their holiday destinations this year, rather than fly
It's a part of Military Burials that makes ears ring, eyes water, and hearts forever remember.
The myth of the Cuban cigar has been alive and well in the U.S. for more than 50 years. Even walking into a cigar shop like Hickey Brothers in Rock Island, you'll see the Cuban influence in other brands.
Experts weigh in
Two St. Ambrose students brought some Christmas magic to Davenport students.
There are countless scams out there during the holiday season aimed at stealing your money or identity, But scammers have taken it a step further, now targeting those who've served our country.
Organizations across Illinois are feeling the woes of the state budget. And with an income tax rate decreasing more cuts may have to be made.
Illinois Governor-elect Bruce Rauner is sworn in on January 12th. The events could draw thousands. Our capitol bureau reporter Jessica Kunz explains how Rauner's festivities could impact Springfield.
Ringing in the holiday season, That's what kids at the Black Hawk Special Education Center did Thursday.
Davenport K-mart manager Amie Stone explains how Quad Citians have been giving back this holiday season
What you need to know before paying
How the QC Salvation Army helped one volunteer
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