Quad City Arts Festival of Trees opens Saturday

General admission to the 32nd annual Quad City Arts Festival of Trees opens Saturday.

Tonight's Quad Cities Mallards hockey game against the Tulsa Oilers was postponed in the second period due to a medical emergency.

Robbie asked for donations during his 30th birthday celebration and raised nearly two-thousand dollars to help build a more accessible playground at the school.

The new bridge connecting Savanna and Sabula is officially opened, residents and city leaders say it's the beginning of a new era

KWQC Toys for Tots annual drive up and drop off - Nov. 30

Tennis star Madison Keys empowers young girls through anti-bullying campaign

Homeowner discovers high speed chase ended in her front yard

Great expectations for Pleasant Valley

Tulsa coach leaves Mallards game with medical emergency

Raising money to help build an accessible playground

Burlington Police looking for shots fired suspect

3 men found guilty of attempted armed robbery at Rock Island home

Family gives time through Cards for Seniors

Muscatine high speed chase ends in crash-UPDATED

Rock Island considers 8.9% property tax increase to balance 2018 budget

Festival of Trees

Heroes save choking baby

Marching bands pulled from Festival of Trees Parade-UPDATED

Study shows energy drinks cause serious health risks

Economic adviser talks tax bill with GOP foe

Leaders praise Rev. Jesse Jackson after health disclosure

Cashier's kindness goes viral

KEYSTONE PIPELINE LEAK: Company: Spill controlled and no public threat

Thieves steal compressor from Whitey's in Moline, police look to ID suspects

Danica Patrick to end racing career at next year's Indy 500

Shooting survivor: No one would help me

House GOP chairman criticizes Trump policy on animal imports

Alabama's GOP governor to vote Moore for Senate

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The new star of Iraq's national basketball team is American

DeMario Mayfield moved to Baghdad seeking redemption two years ago after his hoop dreams were left in tatters by a run-in with the law.

Keystone operator says oil pipeline leak controlled

TransCanada Corp. said that a leak that spilled more than 200,000 gallons of oil is controlled, but critics pointed to it as a reason to oppose Keystone XL.

Kushner failed to disclose outreach from Putin ally to Trump campaign

The Russian invitation to the Trump campaign that the Senate says Jared Kushner didn't disclose involved a Russian banker accused of links to organized crime.

Russia again vetoes UN resolution on Syria chemical weapons inquiry

Russia on Friday vetoed a resolution that would have briefly extended an inquiry into who was behind chemical weapons used in Syria.

Trump says 'trophy decision on hold' after lifting of elephant trophy ban

President Trump tweeted Friday "Put big game trophy decision on hold" pending a review, after an agency reversed a ban on importation of elephant trophies.