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    Sterling Dock-Diving Dog Places 7th In World Competition Video included

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    Phoenix, a year and a half year-old lab mix from Sterling, recently returned from a dog Olympics of sorts in Atlanta, Georgia, where she competed in dock diving. More>>

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    Bringing New Life To Old Thomson Attraction Video included

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    Two Thomson business partners recently purchased Buck's Barn, a former golf course, hotel and restaurant, with big renovation plans.  More>>

    IL Lawmakers Aim To Ban The Sale Of Microbeads Video included

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    A measure working its way through the Illinois General Assembly would ban the sale of micro-beads in the state.
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    Anti-Bullying Movement in the QCA Video included

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    DAVENPORT, IA – An anti-bullying walk was held to remember 14-year-old Alice Schmitt, who committed suicide earlier this month. Her family and friends are hoping to grow the anti-bullying movement in the Quad Cities. More>>

    Milan Issues Burn Ban

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    A burn ban has been issued for Milan until further notice, according to the assistant chief of the Blackhawk Fire Department. That ban is effective immediately. More>>

    Proper Training Can Prevent Dog Bites Video included

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    For the second time in 30 days, a dog has been banned from Bettendorf after biting a person. It has been declared vicious and the owner must prove to the city the dog has been removed. The bite happened More>>

    Boaters Hoping for Long, Safe Boating Season Video included

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    With beautiful weather in store for us this weekend, conservation officers are expecting a lot of boaters to go out onto the river and take advantage of it, and that means safety is a top concern. We More>>

    Verdict of Davenport Vehicle Homicide Case Video included

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    DAVENPORT, IA -- A Scott County Jury deliberated on whether a man should be held responsible for a pedestrian death. The trial against driver, Dale Varner, happened this week. In September 2012, Varner More>>

    Another Dog Declared Vicious In Bettendorf After Attack On Woman

    Sara Smith of Bettendorf charged after dog bite Sara Smith of Bettendorf charged after dog bite
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    Another dog has been banned from Bettendorf. It stems from an incident earlier this week when a group of dogs got lose from a home in the 3200 block of Westmar and one of them attacked a woman. Police More>>

    Sideshow Takes Center Stage in Rock Island

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    We talk a lot about art in the Quad Cities, but a new kind of performance is coming to the area. It is the debut of the 7 Sins Sideshow in the QCA, happening at RIBCO Saturday night, featuring some traditional sideshow stunts. More>>

    Wahl Clippers Expands, Community Reacts Video included

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    A community once hit hard by the loss of manufacturing jobs is celebrating some good news. One of its biggest employers is making plans to expand it's corporate headquarters in Sterling.  This move is More>>

    Downtown Rock Island Sees New Businesses, Business Owners See Benefit Video included

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    Driving through downtown Rock Island, you'll notice lots of vacant shops and buildings, but city leaders say the downtown area is finally expanding and Rock Island residents say it's about time. Rock Island More>>

    Flood Preparations Underway in Davenport Video included

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    Davenport Public Works says it will have 24/7 crews out this weekend checking for flooding. There's no significant flooding yet, but crews with Davenport Public Works have been working throughout the More>>

    Top Six Stories This Week On KWQC.com

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    Here are the top six stories on kwqc.com for the week of April 13, 2014;More Arrests In Patriot Mobile Home Park Sex Abuse Investigation - We are still learning more about this case coming out of a troubled More>>

    Iowa Drivers License Photos Used To Catch Identity Thieves Video included

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    Waterloo police arrest an escaped North Carolina prisoner, 40 years after his escape. It occurred after the man applied for an Iowa drivers license. Ronald Carnes is in the Black Hawk County jail. He More>>

    Davenport Crews Get Ahead of Pesky Problem

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    It's a pesky problem, forcing Davenport city crews to be proactive. They're cutting down hundreds of ash trees before the Emerald Ash Borer can get to them. Davenport City Arborist Chris Johnson says, More>>

    Helping Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Video included

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    MOLINE, IL – The statistics are shocking. One in six boys will be sexually assaulted before they turn 18. For girls, it's one in four. Nicole Cisne Durbin of Family Resources says most of the time, it's More>>

    Some Davenport Children In Recent Sexual Abuse Case, Also Used In Making Child Porn

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    All this week, we've been telling you about a sex abuse investigation at the Patriot Mobile Home Park in Davenport. That's where mothers, entrusted with the safety of their children are now accused of More>>

    QC Mom's Blog: Easter Egg Dye Video included

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    Do you have an egg hunt planned for this weekend? If so, we have some ideas for how to have the most unique eggs in the neighborhood all thanks to the QC Mom's Blog. You can always find fun projects and More>>

    Meat Prices Going Up Video included

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    With weather warming up, many are ready to fire up the grill. But some of the food typically found at a backyard cookout, is going to cost more.  The average price of beef at the counter is at it's highest More>>

    Iowa Gaming Commission Rejects Cedar Rapids Casino Video included

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    The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission has rejected a proposed $164 million Cedar Rapids casino, saying it would hurt existing casinos. More>>

    Teen Accused Of Setting Muscatine Apartment On Fire

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    A teenager is facing serious charges in connection with an apartment fire in Muscatine. According to the Muscatine County Attorney, 16-year-old Benjamin Phillips is accused of setting the fire to the two More>>

    Firefighter Charged With Arson In Knox County

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    Investigators have made an arrest in connection with a string of fires in the Galesburg and Williamsfield, Ill. area.The Knox County Sheriff's Office says there have been a series of arsons where hay bales More>>

    Firefighters Called To North Scott High School

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    Firefighters in Eldridge, Iowa were called to North Scott High School Thursday morning.Students were evacuated after smoke was seen in the band room. Fire officials determined it was coming from a bad More>>

    Name the Alcoa Eaglet

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    It's your chance to name the Alcoa eaglet.  You can vote two different ways, on the Alcoa facebook page and on Alcoa website.  The list of names were suggested by people in the community.  You can choose More>>

    Fugitive for 40 Years Caught in Iowa

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    WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) - Authorities say a man being held in Waterloo is a fugitive of more than 40 years from North Carolina. The Charlotte Observer reports (http://bit.ly/1kA7STj ) the man was arrested More>>

    Massive Sinkhole Appears On Main Road In Burlington Video included

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    A massive sinkhole, around seven feet deep, appeared on a main road in Burlington today. Officials say a two-inch hole in an underground pipe, a water main break, caused the sinkhole. "A lot of people More>>

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      Friday, April 18 2014 5:20 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:20:09 GMT
      For many children, the thought of eating food is scary. Four year old Owen Hunt of Colona makes a mad dash for the food room at the Genesis Pediatric Therapy Center in Bettendorf. Occupational TherapistMore >>
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      Friday, April 18 2014 8:31 AM EDT2014-04-18 12:31:10 GMT
      A Davenport man says the phonograph and records are a link to his great grandfather. Neal Smith has a passion for preserving the past. Especially the 1907 Victrola and about one hundred fifty recordsMore >>
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    • Verdict of Davenport Vehicle Homicide Case

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      Friday, April 18 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-04-19 02:32:10 GMT
      DAVENPORT, IA -- A Scott County Jury deliberated on whether a man should be held responsible for a pedestrian death. The trail against driver, Dale Varner, happened this week. In September 2012, VarnerMore >>
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    • Teen Accused Of Setting Muscatine Apartment On Fire

      Teen Accused Of Setting Muscatine Apartment On Fire

      Thursday, April 17 2014 4:46 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:46:44 GMT
      A teenager is facing serious charges in connection with an apartment fire in Muscatine. According to the Muscatine County Attorney, 16-year-old Benjamin Phillips is accused of setting the fire to the twoMore >>
      A teenager is facing serious charges in connection with an apartment fire in Muscatine. According to the Muscatine County Attorney, 16-year-old Benjamin Phillips is accused of setting the fire to the twoMore >>
    • IL Lawmakers Aim To Ban The Sale Of Microbeads

      IL Lawmakers Aim To Ban The Sale Of Microbeads

      Saturday, April 19 2014 7:55 PM EDT2014-04-19 23:55:32 GMT
      A measure working its way through the Illinois General Assembly would ban the sale of micro-beads in the state.More >>
      A measure working its way through the Illinois General Assembly would ban the sale of micro-beads in the state.
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    • Gary Metivier's New Book

      Gary Metivier's New Book

      Gary Metivier has penned another children's book to benefit the local community. Proceeds from sales of the book, Until Daddy Comes Home, will go to the United Service Organization (U.S.O.) of Illinois,More >>
      Gary Metivier has penned another children's book to benefit the local community. Proceeds from sales of the book, Until Daddy Comes Home, will go to the United Service Organization (U.S.O.) of Illinois,More >>
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