Morning 4: Burlington murder trial, I-74 bridge construction, fatal rollover, campus vandalism

KEOKUK, Iowa - Stories we're following this Monday, October 30, 2017 

+ The murder trial of a man charged in the death of  a gender-fluid teen from Burlington continues today. The judge ruled Friday parts of a phone call between defendant Jorge Sanders-Galvez and his girlfriend will be excluded. Sean Loging has a recap.

+ Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri will host an event to discuss I-74 bridge construction. City staff will also be available to answer questions about traffic flow in the downtown area and present a scale model of the new bridge. Details.

+  A woman is dead, after a rollover crash in McDonough County, Illinois. State police say 58-year-old Virginia Jingst was driving a ford pickup when she overcorrected, crossed both lanes of traffic, and rolled the truck into a ditch. She was airlifted to the hospital where she later died. Two children in the truck where treated for minor injuries.

+ The Augustana College campus is showing solidarity, after vandals damaged a project promoting anti-violence. It's happened twice since The Clothesline Project went up last week as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Shawn Loging reports.

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