Morning 4: Trick or treating, teen car theft, IL gubernatorial candidate, FearlesslyGirl

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Stories we're following this Tuesday, October 31, 2017 

+ 2017 Trick or Treat times. When and where to take your kids, cousins, siblings and grand-kids, click here.

+ Three teenage boys face charges in connection to a car theft in Davenport. Police say they found a car that had been stolen earlier in the day along with three 16-year-old boys they say were connected to the incident. Details.

+ Jeanne Ives from Wheaton, Illinois, officially entered the race for Illinois governor. She's the first republican to challenge Rauner and the first female to announce her candidacy. Raquel Martin reports.

+ Local sports star Madison Keys will host a three-day fundraising summit starting November 17th at Augustana College in Rock Island for non-profit called FearlesslyGirl. The group says Keys will host the largest-ever anti-bullying school assembly that will be live streamed around the world. 

ICYMI: An East Moline mother is speaking out after experiencing the dangers of lead poisoning in her daughter. Kelley Bowles reports.

For the latest on QC weather conditions, click here.


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