Missing 10 year old Akasha Gordon is found safe, after police and search parties located her Saturday morning.
A special visitor stops by tornado-ravaged Fairdale as families and volunteers continue cleaning up.
Local 4 This Morning's Chris Langlois acted as a 'rent a geek' at Friday night's fundraiser.
Some residents said they noticed a larger police presence this week.
Davenport's Friendly House is holding it's annual 12-hour marathon basketball game from 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday.
On Friday, over 50 students pledged to shave their head to help raise money for childhood cancer research.
Senator Chuck Grassley presented Mark Domino with the State Congressional Badge of Bravery today.
Two local high school students set for graduation have big plans for next year.
You know what to do when you come to a stop sign, but, what about when a sign that's supposed to be there isn't.
Work to restore the Rock Island Library is underway.
Quad Cities area students dabbled in Middle Aged-engineering.
A small group of students and faculty at Black Hawk College got a direct line to Washington DC to share their concerns about paying for education.
Teams should be able to use the Ambrose dome again soon.
More than 1,000 dogs across the Midwest have gotten sick from a flu outbreak. At least 5 have died.
An Alford plea means a defendant is not admitting guilt, but acknowledges that they would likely be found guilty at a trial
After fighting a long battle with cancer, Francis Cardinal George has died, multiple sources reported on Friday afternoon.
Work began this week on a long-awaited stone restoration project at the Rock Island Library
Governor Terry Branstad today issued a proclamation of disaster emergency for Clinton County
The three people at the table with Clinton during a recent visit weren't just customers at the coffee shop.
Big name republican Ben Carson will be in the Quad Cities next month.
Thursday is Holocaust Remembrance Day. One of Iowa's only Holocaust survivors shares his story and the piece of history he's held onto over the years.
Illinois' Tobacco Quit line might be on the chopping block.
New York mayor Bill DeBlasio is in Des Moines today talking about income inequality.
One week ago today deadly tornadoes hit just two hours from the Quad Cities.
Questions are being raised about Hillary Clinton's recent campaign stop in Iowa.
Volunteers and donors for the United Way of the Quad Cities were recognized for their contributions today.
Emergency dispatchers gave a preview to their upcoming passport safety event.
The city's street assessment program requires neighbors to split the cost for fixing the streets where they live.
A Davenport man accused of hitting and killing two others was found guilty Thursday afternoon
Coal Valley Fire Department can not apply for state loans and grants without filling monthly reports.
Smoke was visible for miles after a fire along the Rock River Thursday afternoon.
The Isle of Capri Casino in Bettendorf will soon be docking at a more permanent location--dry land
Rock Island Fitness and Activity Center will be closing early today because of a water main repair
The district is hosting feedback sessions
A suspect has been arrested on first-degree murder charges for fatal shooting in Burlington Wednesday morning.
Veterinarian Dr. Elizabeth Narske explains the cost of the dog flu vaccine versus the treatment and cost of treatment if your dog gets sick.
Very close video encounter with the tornado that rolled through Northern Illinois on April 9, 2015. Video taken by Sam Smith.
Zack Riel, a meteorology student from Western Illinois University, offers advice about what to do in severe weather situations.
Fans attending home games of the 2015 Iowa football team will have a little more time after most home games to celebrate Hawkeye victories, Gary Barta told football season ticket holders who participated in a conference call Thursday night with the UI’s director of athletics.
The Bettendorf Boys Soccer team beat PV on April 17.
The Rockridge Softball team had a fabulous Friday as they beat Spring Valley Hall.
University of Iowa senior defensive back Jordan Lomax is one of 42 players named to the 2015 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List. The announcement was made Friday by the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation, sponsors of the annual award.
The Mallards begin their playoff series with Rapid City on April 17 the Mallards talk about playoff hockey.
Jim Niedelman has spent his broadcast journalism career covering local news across the country. His arrival in the Quad Cities in early 2015 was a homecoming of sorts. Jim once worked in Champaign, Illinois and lived in Chicago while attending graduate school. These days, you can catch him anchoring the weeknight 5 pm, 6 pm and 10 pm newscasts for Local 4 News.
Tiffany joined the Local 4 News team in February of 2015 as the co-anchor of the 5, 6 and 10pm newscasts. Her broadcasting career has taken her across the country but this is the first time she can call the Midwest home.
Chris Langlois joined the Local 4 News team in June of 2014 after studying broadcast journalism and political science at Hofstra University in New York. In March 2015, he joined Emily Scarlett on the anchor desk of Local 4 News This Morning
Emily joined the Local 4 News team in April of 2014. She is originally from Southfield, MI and a graduate of the University of Michigan. Emily’s career in news broadcasting began as a morning announcer for her elementary school.