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New superintendent selected for Moline-Coal Valley
MOLINE – The next leader of the Moline-Coal Valley School District will be Rachel Savage. School board members unanimously voted to approve a three-year superintendent contract Monday night.
One wounded in an early morning shooting in unincorporated Rock Island County
A person was wounded early Sunday in a shooting in unincorporated Rock Island County. Rock Island County Sheriff's Office deputies were called around 2:35 a.m. to a report of shots fired in the 1800 block of 27 1/2 Avenue in East Moline, according to a sheriff's office news release. When they arrive
Man charged with second-degree murder in Sunday morning stabbing death
ROCK ISLAND, Illinois — Police have charged Jose Yanez with second-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death of a man in Rock Island early Sunday morning. His bond has been set at $500,000.
Western Big 6 to celebrate its 50 years
The Western Big 6 Conference is anxious to celebrate its half-century of its existence before it evolves into an eight-team league in 2019-20. According to Bob Swanson, the WB6 league secretary, each team will play a part of that party in a five-week span in January and February.
Co-defendant testifies in 2017 Davenport murder case
One of the two men on trial in the shooting death of Brady Tumlinson said he did not initially know why he and a group of others went to Tumlinson's house early the morning of Sept. 22, 2017.
In the Kitchen with Fareway: Homemade Dog Treats
MOLINE, Illinois — Fido deserves a treat this holiday season too! Try these simple 3 ingredient dog treats. Mix well. Roll into ¼- ½ inch and use cookie cutters to make treats. Put on baking sheet with parchment paper and bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes or until firm. Let cool completely. Stor
Updated: Rock Island man died from stab wound
UPDATED: Officials released more information Monday about a killing that took place early Sunday morning, and additional details are expected later today. The victim was Antonio A. Ortiz Jr., 30, Rock Island, Rock Island County Coroner Brian Gustafson said at noon. Preliminary results of the autopsy
East Moline welcomes first hotel, mayor says it's just the beginning
EAST MOLINE, Illinois - A former industrial site is now home to East Moline's first hotel and Mayor Reggie Freeman said it's just the start of the city's revitalization. City leaders, investors and developers gathered at the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel at The Bend Friday afternoon for a ribbon
T-7 days until Christmas: The Floreciente neighborhood is already celebrating with a tradition
MOLINE, Illinois - Posada meaning shelter in English is Mexican tradition that is 400 years old has made its way to the Floreciente neighborhood in the Quad Cities. "This tradition i learned from my parents."
'Unbelievable' Neighbors speak out after deadly weekend in Rock Island
Neighbors across Rock Island tell Local 4 News they're shocked to hear about the violence that broke out over the weekend. Possibly most surprising for one neighbor, who asked to remain anonymous, was the fatal stabbing in their neighborhood early Sunday morning.
Shoppers, beware: 'Tis the season for identity theft
The Quad-Cities, like the rest of the U.S., is now at the height of shopping season, and police say with that comes more risk of identity theft. According to The Identity Theft Resource Center, in 2017 there were 1,579 data breaches nationwide, exposing nearly 179 million records. That’s a 44 percen
Hurts Donut to open Wednesday in Bettendorf
A 24-hour specialty doughnut shop, Hurts Donut Co., will open in Bettendorf this week. At 5 a.m. Wednesday, Hurts Donut will hold a grand opening at 5121 Competition Drive, Bettendorf, near the TBK Bank Sports Complex. Managers announced the grand opening on the company's Facebook page.
PHOTOS: Genesis Shootout - Moline vs North Scott
North Scott beats Moline 59-47, during the 25th Annual Genesis Shootout Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, at the Roy J. Carver Center in Rock Island.
Hy-Vee to give away hams in Davenport on Tuesday
Hy-Vee employees will partner with first responders to give away free hams to people in need this week. Starting at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, hams will be distributed at Goose Creek Park, 6000 Scott St., Davenport. The event will last two hours or until all of the hams are distributed, according to a news
90-year-old Moline woman co-authors family history
MOLINE — Mable Gulley-Harvey had a goal of publishing her first book by the time she turned 90. For that nonagenarian milestone last month, she did — with the self-publication of her lovingly compiled family memoir, “A Dollar More,” written over the past eight years with her son Brad Harvey, who liv
Latest: Second-degree murder charges filed in Rock Island stabbing
ROCK ISLAND -- Jose Yanez, 27, has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death early Sunday of Antonio A. Ortiz Jr., 30, of Rock Island. Yanez is being held in the Rock Island County Jail, and bail has been set at $500,000. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Ja
Man expected to survive after being shot in RICo
A man shot early Sunday in unincorporated Rock Island County was still hospitalized Monday morning, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening, according to the county sheriff's office.
Frederick the Younger at the Raccoon Motel
See Frederick the Younger, a high energy pop/rock duo hailing from Louisville, Kentucky, play a show this week with special guest White Batzz at the Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel, 304 E. 3rd St., Davenport. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music starts at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10 in advance at rac
Rick's Six: Mild Monday, Rock Island homicide, off limits water tower, and milk jug light display
A good Monday to all. We're looking at a milder, gentler winter with temps in the 40s and no snow. How long will it last? Stay tuned. Here's the latest forecast from the National Weather Service.
'Broke my heart' East Moline group searching for stolen bike with a special meaning
People in East Moline say they're heartbroken after someone stole a special bicycle. Now they're hoping Quad Citians can help them find it. The bike was custom-made for two Glenview Middle School students to help them raise money for a class trip to Washington D.C.