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Moline brewer says new Illinois law makes crafting beer easier
While she enjoys creating her own, carefully crafted beers, she said she's excited about a new Illinois law that makes it easier for her to create new beers with other breweries.
Heavy police presence at United Township
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Authorities search for person who threatened United Township High School
Emotional reunion after lockdown ends at United Township High School in East Moline on Friday, August 17, 2018.
Death of freshman stuns Moline football program
The start of the high school football season is just a week away, and players and coaches are totally focused on preparing for the coming season.They’re getting into shape, competing for playing time, developing game plans.In the midst of all that preparation, the Moline football program received a
Big Story: How a law is impacting Iowa
By fiscal year 2024, when the multi-residential property tax break fully phases in, properties like The Springs in Bettendorf will be treated like residential homes.
Tate: Reprimand 'is the mark that I'm left with'
Davenport Community School Superintendent Art Tate has been issued a state ethics reprimand for intentionally spending more than the state allows school districts to spend, an effort that could have drawn much more serious consequences for the city's top education official.On Aug. 3, Ann Lebo, execu
Bartlett, Ramos lead Kane County to 8-3 win over Quad Cities
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) -- Eudy Ramos tripled and singled twice, and Cole Bartlett allowed just five hits over eight innings as the Kane County Cougars beat the Quad Cities River Bandits 8-3 on Friday.
Moline business owner reacts to survey failing Illinois in small business friendliness
But with one chocolate shop on both sides of the Mississippi River, she’s learning that business isn’t always so sweet, especially when it comes to paying taxes.
UPDATE: United Township releases statement, school received "external threat"
EAST MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) -UPDATE:Statement from the school:"We received an external threat this morning and made the decision to go on lockdown. We are working with the East Moline Police Department to assess the situation. Students are safe and in their classrooms at this time. We are unable to all
Davenport woman waives preliminary hearing in child endangerment case
A Davenport woman accused of pouring rubbing alcohol on her 2-year-old disabled child and threatening to kill the child while live streaming it on social media has waived her right to a preliminary hearing.Darshanda T. McNeal, 29, will be arraigned Sept. 6 on a charge of child endangerment, an aggra
Moline Police warn of recent phone scam
MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) -Moline Police are warning of a new phone scam that from persons claiming to be with the IRS.The “caller” is an automated voice recording claiming to be from the IRS. The recording states that the recipient of the call has several tax charges and asks that they call a specific nu
Murder suspect captured in Davenport
A 23-year-old alleged member of a street gang from Gary, Ind., is awaiting extradition after he was captured in Davenport by the U.S. Marshals early Thursday morning in connection with a 2015 murder at a Gary gas station.The U.S. Marshals' Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force, which includes Gar
Moline teen dies after rapid onset of rare disease
MOLINE, Illinois – Christopher Bunch, a teen who was diagnosed with ADEM disease, passed away today.
Davenport police evacuate Checkers during negotiations with suspect
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -A person is in custody after a heavy police presence in Davenport Thursday morning.TV-6 viewers called to say they could see numerous officers surrounding a car near the Dollar General and Checkers on Pine and Kimberly.Police tell TV-6 they received a tip about a wanted perso
Hensley's homer leads Quad Cities to 2-1 win over Kane County
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) -- David Hensley hit a solo home run in the eighth inning, leading the Quad Cities River Bandits to a 2-1 win over the Kane County Cougars on Thursday. The Cougars saw their six-game winning streak come to an end with the loss.Kane County had a runner on first in the top of the
City of Moline Centre Main Street Commission met August 15
Call To Order2. Public Comment3. Approval of Minutes (July 18, 2018)4. Transition Plan Update – Paul Rumler5. New Member – Michelle Sparkman6. I-74 Future Meeting7. Committee ReportsSITEDDesign CommitteePromotions8. Director’s Report9. Other Business10. AdjournNext meeting scheduled for September 19
UTHS on lockdown, heavy police presence
EAST MOLINE, Illinois – United Township High School is on lock down. A heavy police presence is on the scene. Some officers are carrying assault rifles.A spokesperson for the UTHS superintendent said the school received an “external threat” and they put the school on a soft lock down. The school is
City of Moline Committee of the Whole met August 14
Questions on the AgendaAgenda Items1. Final Change Order Williams Brothers (Tony Loete, Utilities General Manager)2. Solid Waste Assistance Grant (Rodd Schick, Municipal Services General Manager)3. Recycle Cart Purchase (Rodd Schick, Municipal Services General Manager)4. ADA Transition Plan Revision
Photos: Muddy morning in Moline
Katie Bullard, of Moline, and her dog Veenie, a 3-year-old pit bull/boxer mix, cool off in the shallow waters of the Mississippi River along the Ben Butterworth Parkway Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018, in Moline. Bullard and Veenie were taking a break from longboarding on the bike path. Dry summer condition
911 currently unavailable in Rock Island County
911 EMERGENCY PHONE LINE (TRIBUNE MEDIA)ROCK ISLAND COUNTY, Illinois – Any Rock Island County residents trying to call 911 may be surprised to find no one on the end of the line.Sheriff Gerald Bustos informed WQAD in a press release that cell towers would be down from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. this morning.N