Morning 4: Muscatine mayor race, gas station robbery, woman found shot, sewer leak

MUSCATINE, Iowa - Stories we're following this Tuesday, November 7, 2017 

+ Today, Iowa voters head to the polls for several local races. The big one: Muscatine's mayor Diana Broderson goes up against local bicycle store owner Charlie Harper. You can find the complete list of the local races here.

+ Scott County Sheriff's deputies are on the lookout for an armed robbery suspect. Deputies responded to the scene at the Mount Joy BP Amaco on Brady at East 90th Street around 9 last night. Details.

+ Galesburg police are looking for answers after finding a woman shot near the intersection of West Tompkins and Houlton Streets early Sunday morning. Investigators don't think the attack was random. Latest.

+ Crews in Muscatine are working to find a possible sewer leak that prompted a warning for the old boat landing along the riverfront. City officials say water downstream of the old boat landing might not be safe for for fishing and swimming. The landing itself is also closed until the repairs are done.

ICYMI: Local 4 News is putting the spotlight on PTSD ahead of veterans day this weekend. The VA says service members typically don't try to get help. Grace Runkel shares one local veteran's road to recovery.

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