Quad Cities Marathon organizers advise runners to be safe this weekend

There will be a popsicle station, an ice station available and an increase in water station volunteers.


After weeks of little to no rain, Mother Nature made up for the loss in one night.



More than 1,600 volunteers worked at agencies and non-profits as part of the United Way Day of Caring.


Federal officials are asking for help in locating a fugitive wanted for wire fraud. Officials say 23-year-old Payton Norene McCarville and others from Dubuque or surrounding areas were indicted on August 24, 2017, in United States District Court in Cedar Rapids.


Break the Cycle, Mississippi River charity bike ride


Iowa Sen. Ernst hopes, but isn't sure, health bill has votes


Donate: Hurricane Relief


Restoration At Hunter Cemetery


Changes for signals at John Deere Road and 60th Street in Moline


Davenport Fire responds to 3 overnight fires due to lightning


SIDS prevention


John Deere lawn tractor recall


Low Level Jet Aids Heavy Rainfall In QCA


Grandpa fights off suspected burglar


Iowa wine crops flourishing


Gerdau plant in Wilton has explosion- UPDATE


Iowa officials approve $8M financing package for project


Sioux City nursing home fined by state over food service


Flu season comes early to Iowa


Illinois court to issue ruling in Drew Peterson murder case- UPDATE


Masked veteran runs across Iowa for PTSD


Iowa woman arrested for stealing a truck


Drought Busting Rains For Some


Pope promises 'firmest measures possible' against pedophiles


Bayer Monsanto Takeover requests review extension


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