Local 4 News update: March 21

Illinois cyber security, heroin death, Grant Wood construction, Mayor's Job Fair

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Stories we're following at Local 4 News:


Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner will unveil the state's new cyber security strategy today, after last summer's breach of the Illinois Board of Elections database compromised some personal information for almost 200,000 voters.


Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane will seek final approval from the county board to make appointments to captain on April 4, despite half of the Deputy Sheriff's Association being against the proposal.


Detectives say 59-year-old Linda Hoggard of Dixon unintentionally killed a 54-year-old when she injected him with heroin in september of 2013. See her mugshot here.  


Construction is set to begin this fall on the new Grant Wood Elementary School in Bettendorf and is set to be complete by August of 2018. Krista Burris reports.  


Iowa Works and the city of Davenport will host the first Mayor's Job Fair on April 13 at the River Center, to give local kids more job opportunities. Click here for more info.  


ICYMI: Local 4 News anchors James Sears and Emily Scarlett chatted about car curling this morning. Click here to watch.  


For the latest QC weather conditions, click here.  


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