RAGBRAI is still nearly a half a year away, but if you’re new to the race, there's a few things you need to know before getting on the bike. That’s why the Quad Cities Bicycle club put on their 'RAGBRAI for Rookies' event Saturday.
Modern Woodmen park is preparing for their 2015 baseball season. Dozens of Quad Citians showing of their singing talent at Modern Woodmen park Saturday.
See a list of local cancellations
Meteorologist Kyle Kiel has the latest winter weather information you need to know.
MIDNIGHT UPDATE - Here is the latest on the impending heavy snow this weekend
10pm forecast - Friday night
Lavail Dunbar, the Rock Island man accused of murdering his girlfriend's child has been found guilty
The work is at the Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities.
Doctors give tips on how to keep your family safe
CBS4 Producer Crispin Havener has a look at what you will see tonight on CBS4 News at 10:00.
Thousands of fans have flocked to the site of the Big Game in Arizona, And for some fans of the Patriots and Seahawks, they're praying to a higher power that their team will be victorious.
If you're looking to buy something big online - you might want to read the fine print first.
An interview with Andrew Chesser, general manager of the River Bandits about the Community Day coming up tomorrow.
It's been a little more than four months since the rock island district in rock island. As recover continues, the city is looking forward to a positive future.
Drivers trying to get across the river are finding it slow going tonight
The general manager shares what's next for Ross' Restaurant as they move into their new location, and long time customers share their memories.
Police are looking at what led thieves to steal property from East Moline schools.
Police say woman hit child in head and neck
With snow expected on Sunday, local authorities are even more concerned about an already dangerous driving weekend.
United Township High School warning community members about a possible case of the mumps.
An inside look at those who make everything on the surface look perfect.
Cutting your own salary is hard to do, especially when you’re an Illinois lawmaker.
Parents created a plan to reach out to local state legislators
A Columbus Junction father has been charged with murder for allegedly causing the death of his daughter
The future of Rock Island is bright, with nearly two dozen ribbon cuttings within the last year in downtown alone. The city is looking to expand even more in the future, with the help of their new Economic Development Manager.
The female half of a couple accused of causing the death of their four month old son pled guilty today
Ross' Restaurant will be moving out of the path of the 74 bridge to north Bettendorf
The Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign surpassed its goal this season
RJ Kapheim, the Davenport man who was caught with weapons near the White House was sentenced in a Washington, D.C. court today
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley is looking for volunteers to make a difference in a kid's life
A kitchen fire sent residents of a Galesburg senior living high rise out into the cold Wednesday afternoon
One male resident was home and asleep at the time of the fire. He was alerted by a functioning smoke detector.
The water main break is at Central Park Avenue and Lincoln Avenue in Davenport.
A meeting will be held Thursday evening to get the word out and urge legislators to take action.
Keys lost to top-ranked Serena Williams in straight sets.
Who's obligated to report abuse or neglect?
Knox Co. Humane Society Director, Erin Buckmaster, has more on how you can donate pet food or cash to the Humane Society. We've also posted links to other area shelters.
What it takes to renovate a historic home
The PV Boys remain undefeated after beating the Bettendorf Bulldogs by 2.
The Rock Island Rocks lost to Quincy in double overtime.
The PV Girls Basketball team defeated the Bettendorf Bulldogs on January 30.
The Galesburg Silver Streaks defeat Alleman on January 30.
The Moline Maroons had a great come from behind win over the UTHS Panthers on January 30.
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