The city of Davenport cleared of any wrongdoing
Police looking for a man in Whiteside County incident
The district still has to make up school days from the teacher strike.
Students are getting a look at an interesting part of American history; right inside this classroom united township high school students are watching the "Journey", 450 years of the African American experience.
The 10 cents gas increase means more revenue for cities across the state.
Local business owners getting the chance to talk with state lawmakers today, issues line infrastructure, broadband and health care among those brought up at
Local tech experts say, while the issue has been contentious, the FCC ruling is a win for the ‘little guys’.
Business leaders gathered Friday to talk technology in Bettendorf.
A new state-wide task force is trying to protect kids in the classroom.
Frustration continues for folks who want to grow and sell medical marijuana.
The man accused of killing Carrie Olson was in court Friday.
Three crashes involving Illinois Department of Transportation snow plows in our area this week.
Eight people are dead, including the suspected shooter, in a multiple murder in Texas County, Missouri.
There are crews on the scene working on repairs, but they tell CBS4 they have no estimate for when power will be restored.
A group is meeting to discuss teen dating violence.
Bridges and overpasses are the biggest concern because they freeze quickly with no ground below to hold in the heat.
Eleven students and one teacher were transported to Genesis Medical Center in Silvis after the rollover. Illinois State Police say the incident was caused by a patch of black ice along the interstate.
The state of Illinois is struggling to pay its bills, but a new proposal could help pay down a portion of those unpaid bills.
Iowa lawmakers are considering making body cameras mandatory for all law enforcement in the state.
Marissa Ertz died in a crash between a minivan and a semi.
A big cruise liner and some big dollars could be coming to downtown Davenport.
Money to be used for staff, construction, and equipment
Wind chills will dip to -25 Thursday night.
Iowa's price jump at the gas pump is about to kick in. The new 10-cent gas tax takes effect Sunday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to grant nearly $1.5 million in disaster funding to Iowa to aid with flood recovery projects.
A Quad City area teacher accused of attempted murder pleads not guilty to the charges.
Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock has hired lawyers for an internal review of his office and political operation as well as a PR firm to help him deal with fallout from a growing spending scandal.
Some lawmakers are trying to make Illinois communities healthier. And, they want to try doing that by taxing soda.
More than 600 days remain until Iowans head to the polls for the 2016 presidential election.
Deere & Company has been recognized for its commitment to volunteerism.
Students will learn in two languages, English and Spanish, and will be fully bilingual in reading, writing speaking and listening at the end of the fifth grade.
A bus carrying students from the Geneseo Middle School has crashed near the interchange of Interstate 80 and Interstate 88.
Midnight measurements are in from the snowstorm.
Traffic has been moving slowly all Wednesday evening as snow falls because roads all over the QC area are completely snow and ice covered.
One Wal-Mart employee's catch saved a local woman thousands and is a warning for you to watch out for tax scams.
More tips to keep you safe on the road.
Genesis Public Information Officer, Craig Cooper, says the hospital has drills for an influx of patients after a serious event.
The North Scott Lancers had a convincing win over Western Dubuque on February 27.
The PV Spartans beat North by 14 on February 27.
The Rock Island Rocks beat the Maroons on February 27.
The Galesburg Silver Streaks beat the UTHS Panthers in overtime on February 27.
The Augustana Vikings beat North Central 82 to 76 in the CCIW Tournament.
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