Davenport Police are investigating a car accident on Interstate 280 Saturday night that killed the car's driver.
One hundred trees, hundreds of designers, and thousands of volunteers, the Quad City Art's annual festival of trees has taken over the Davenport RiverCenter.
Kicking off the holiday season in Moline Saturday night the annual lighting on the commons took over downtown.
Standing on their feet for children who can't. That's the reason behind a dance marathon at Augustana College.
A symposium Saturday at Augustana discussed solutions
One person is dead after a semi truck and car collided in rural Scott County Saturday afternoon.
The annual Festival of Trees parade stepped off in downtown Davenport.
Community donations helped Habitat for Humanity provide a home for a local family Saturday.
It's a dream for most families to own a place they can call home and for one area organization a surprise donation is helping to make that dream a reality.
On Saturday, at 3:24 a.m. Davenport police were called to a residence in the 1200 block of Bridge Ave, after they received a call of two shots fired.
Black Friday is still a week away, but there are a few brave souls have already gained first place in line. Meet Raymond Lee and Ian Hunter. They've camped out in front of Moline's Best Buy.
There are so many people and places that make the Quad Cities a great place to live. We take a look at a couple breweries that call the Quad Cities home: Blue Cat Brewpub and Bent River Brewing Company.
A Quad City homeless shelter needs more volunteers, and time is running out to help.
The student was just a freshman
The first freezing rain of the season comes on a night when there are a lot of activities going on in the Quad Cities, like movie premieres, and the Festival of Trees kick off.
A new report shows the Rock Island Arsenal brings in $1.2 billion for the local economy and generating 15,000 jobs. But the Quad Cities biggest employer also lost more than a thousand workers from 2012 to 2013.
Mr. Thanksgiving is getting help from local police officers.
An interview with Lisa Lockheart from The Rock Island Public Library about how they are looking to the public for ideas on future services and facilities with library planner George Lawson.
A group of health professionals and tobacco opponents are asking Hy-Vee grocery stores to end sales of tobacco products.
It's almost winter, and due to freezing cold temperatures and ice on parts of the Mississippi-- barge traffic will be shut off in places.
The driver suspected of leading police on a three county two state chase has been arrested
Galesburg Police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing elderly woman
An Illinois judge ruled Friday that a law intended to fix the nation's worst state employee pension crisis violates the state constitution, deciding in favor of state employees and retirees who sued to block the landmark overhaul.
A 14-year-old girl has died after a police pursuit in Kewanee.
No charges will be filed against the trapper who inadvertently killed a dog on Credit Island earlier this month
The Salvation Army and Dillard's drive to do good.
Drivers: Please be aware of parking closures if you plan to travel to downtown Davenport this weekend.
Fall 2014 grant cycle awards have been announced in Scott County.
Cher has canceled her January 19th appearance at the iWireless Center in Moline
Many drivers rely on John Deere Road for traveling through the Quad Cities, but some new construction is going to start putting a dent in daily routines.
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Did you know according to the last census, more than 12% of people in Rock Island County alone are of Hispanic descent? It's a figure experts say, is only growing, here in the Quad Cities, and across the nation. And one local middle school is adapting to that shift, by starting a Mariachi band.
What parents should know.
In a televised address, President Barack Obama is making sweeping changes to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation.
Hear what keeps Quad City families coming back each year.
For the last 44 years Mr. Thanksgiving has held a free feast for all in the Quad Cities. But how did this annual tradition get started?
Bailey Van Hoe, Manager of Moline's Regal Entertainment Group Movie Theater, reacts to traffic woes along John Deere Road.
Iowa Drops A Heartbreaker 26-24 To Wisconsin
Illini Win In Home Finale 16-14
Mallards Hold On For 3-2 Win
Geneseo's Season Comes To An End In The State Semis
Justin Fox scored the late game winner and John Curry made 27 saves in his Quad City Mallard debut as the host Mallards (6-3-3) came from behind with four unanswered goals in the final ten minutes and 23 seconds to defeat the Rapid City Rush (5-8-1) 4-2 Friday night. The victory extended the Mallards' regulation unbeaten streak to seven games (4-0-3).
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