Quad Citians discovered what is trending this year at the flower and garden show.
Area law enforcement needs your help to revamp an area memorial.
Macy Deblock, 7, shaved off all her hair today for kids with cancer.
A competitive eater from Iowa just set a new world record Saturday.
After the loss of her daughter, one mother has formed a non-profit to benefit others suffering from depression.
Local 4 news is launching a new weekly program, kicking off Sunday morning, called "4 the Record"
The Eiffel Tower and other landmarks around the globe went dark Saturday night to mark Earth Hour.
It's an annual event to get rider ready.
Westbound lanes will be closed.
It's the third year for the event at St. Ambrose University.
More than 10,000 eggs were filled for this years Easter Egg Scramble.
If you're thinking about hitting the river this summer local park rangers say a boater safety course is a must.
A 20-year-old Dubuque man is behind bars, accused of trying to abduct an 11-year-old girl as she walked home from school.
Today former U.S. Representative Bobby Schilling announced his full support for Illinois State Senator Darin LaHood in his run for Congress to represent the Illinois 18th District.
Our local Girl Scouts were part of the Bug Bonanza at the Putnam Museum Friday night.
Once homeless, a young 8th-grader has big dreams.
The annual Flower and Garden Show is being held at the QCCA Expo Center this weekend.
Rep. Cheri Bustos announced a $1,003,537 investment for the Knox County Health Department.
Tuition rates are going up for new students at Western Illinois University.
The event will provide one-stop shopping for a wide range of services.
Senator Harry Reid will not run for re-election next year.
It's All Love, Only Love is founded by Christine Schmidt, who lost her 12 year old daughter, Morgan, after she took her own life in April 2014. Now, she wants to keep Morgan's memory alive, and give back to the community.
Johna Vandemore pretended for six years to have had a child with her victim
A community open house will be held on Sunday from noon until 5
Former congressman Bobby Schilling will be making a "special announcement" tomorrow morning at Peoria County GOP Headquarters
Spring is here and that means perfect weather for road construction.
The House and Senate agreed to compromise on a bill to start classes the week of Aug. 23rd, but Democratic Senate Majority Leader Mike Gronstal filed a motion to reconsider the bill, meaning it is stalled until he calls it up for another vote.
Other conditions in the bill would make medical marijuana available to people with a number of chronic diseases, including cancer, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a compromise plan to plug a $1.6 billion hole in this year's budget and avert shutdowns of state programs and services.
Aaron Schock gave a farewell speech from the House floor today.
The Quad Cities River Bandits season gets underway in just a few weeks, but the Ferris wheel won't be up and running as quickly.
A single car crash killed a driver in Whiteside County this morning
A twenty-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle crash in Galesburg this afternoon
Severe weather season is upon is. Now is the time to make sure you have a plan of action in place when severe weather strikes.
More from the Flower and Garden Show held March 26-28 at the QCCA Expo Center
Event Coordinator, Dean Mathias, tells Local 4 how bikers and drivers can stay safe on the road this season.
Park Ranger Mike McKean explains new boating laws and regulations
Parker Milner made 26 saves and Joe Perry scored twice as the host Quad City Mallards (33-27-7) blanked the Wichita Thunder (30-27-8) 4-0 Friday night. With the win- Terry Ruskowski's one hundredth as Mallards coach- the third place Mallards widened their lead over fourth place Tulsa to three points and expanded their lead over fifth place Wichita to five points in the Central Division.
Sune Agbuke had a career-high 23 points and Baylor advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight for the fifth time in six years with an 81-66 win over Iowa on Friday night.
The Iowa Women's Basketball team will play Baylor on March 27, here are some pumped up fans the day before the big game.
Alleman Catholic High School (Rock Island, IL) is very pleased to announce that Todd Depoorter has accepted the position of Head Football Coach. Coach Depoorter replaces Dave DeJaegher (AHS ’76) who recently stepped down, but remains at the school in his position as Business Manager. Coach Depoorter – longtime friend and former teammate of Coach DeJaegher – becomes the 14th coach in Alleman football history.
The Iowa Women's Basketball team plays Friday in Oklahoma City but the fans got a wild weather night on March 25.
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.