Morning 4: Veterans Day parade, Buffalo chief home, John Deere store, Man Show

DAVENPORT, Iowa - Stories we're following this Friday, November 10, 2017 

+ The annual Veterans Day parade steps off at 10 a.m. in downtown Davenport - starting at West 4th Street and Western Avenue. It goes south to West 2nd Street, east to Main Street, north to West 4th Street, and returning to the Scott County courthouse. The Davenport community school bands will not be marching because of the cold conditions. The parade is followed by observances tomorrow at Davenport city cemetery and National Cemetery on the Rock Island Arsenal.

+ Buffalo police chief TJ Behning is back home after spending more than a month in the hospital. He's recovering from an injury he received while trying to stop someone who stole a garbage truck in September. Heidi Behning says her husband is waiting for therapy to start and may be able to use his left leg again next week. She says the chief is in good spirits and the notes he's received from the public are helping him push through.

+ The John Deere store is reopening in downtown Moline after being closed for a makeover. An official ribbon cutting ceremony takes place today at 1 p.m. Doors open to the public tomorrow at 10 a.m. with free giveaways - the first 50 children get a John Deere toy. There will also be roll-back pricing on some merchandise to celebrate when the store first opened in 1997.

+ The QCCA Expo Center is being transformed into the largest man cave in the Quad Cities. The Man Show isn't just for men. It will have activities for the whole family - including police department booths, car simulators, and eating contests. Briana Collier reports.

ICYMI: The story of the Lady Be Good continues to intrigue people now 75 years after it disappeared during World War II. Local 4 news uncovered a Quad Cities connection to the plane. Grace Runkel has our special report.

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