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  • Infant Left Alone In Moline Store Parking Lot-UPDATED

    Infant Left Alone In Moline Store Parking Lot-UPDATED

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 4:12 PM EDT2014-07-22 20:12:08 GMT
    UPDATE: A woman on a shopping trip may have saved the life of an infant left alone in a parked car Tuesday morning. The incident happened in the Dollar General store parking lot, located at 2010 36th Ave. in Moline, Ill.More >>
    UPDATE: A woman on a shopping trip may have saved the life of an infant left alone in a parked car Tuesday morning. The incident happened in the Dollar General store parking lot, located at 2010 36th Ave. in Moline, Ill.More >>
  • Man Dies From Medical Condition On RAGBRAI

    Man Dies From Medical Condition On RAGBRAI

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:09 AM EDT2014-07-22 14:09:05 GMT
    Photo of riders on day two of RAGBRAI 2014Photo of riders on day two of RAGBRAI 2014
    Officials with RAGBRAI say a cyclist has died on this year's trek across Iowa. According to the RAGBRAI website, a 63-year-old man died while riding on Monday...More >>
    Officials with RAGBRAI say a cyclist has died on this year's trek across Iowa. According to the RAGBRAI website, a 63-year-old man died while riding on Monday...
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  • RAGBRAI Blog: Day Three

    RAGBRAI Blog: Day Three

    Jul 22, 2014 03:23 PM2014-07-23 13:02:31 GMT
    Bikers are riding from Emmetsburg to Forest City 73 miles or about 100 if they choose to ride the "Karras Loop".In the high 80's and muggy again, with ...More >>
    Bikers are riding from Emmetsburg to Forest City 73 miles or about 100 if they choose to ride the "Karras Loop".In the high 80's and muggy again, with ...More >>
  • School Shooter Prevention Device Goes National

    School Shooter Prevention Device Goes National

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:25 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:25:53 GMT
    "The Sleeve" has already made sales to 22 states. Founder and teacher Daniel Nietzel says he is ready to do this full-time to help protect the kids.More >>
    "The Sleeve" has already made sales to 22 states. Founder and teacher Daniel Nietzel says he is ready to do this full-time to help protect the kids.
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  • QCA Man Competes On NBC's American Ninja Warrior

    QCA Man Competes On NBC's American Ninja Warrior

    Monday, July 21 2014 3:19 PM EDT2014-07-21 19:19:00 GMT
    A Quad City man will test his skills against others when he competes on American Ninja Warrior. Matt Harris has spent most of his life in...More >>
    A Quad City man will test his skills against others when he competes on American Ninja Warrior. Matt Harris has spent most of his life in...More >>
  • RAGBRAI Blog: Day Two

    RAGBRAI Blog: Day Two

    Jul 21, 2014 08:16 PM2014-07-22 13:37:34 GMT
    Today was a windy day but with the work of my teammates we were able to push and pull each other in!More >>
    Today was a windy day but with the work of my teammates we were able to push and pull each other in!More >>
  • Baby In Moline Escapes Hot Car After Good Samaritan Calls 9-1-1

    Baby In Moline Escapes Hot Car After Good Samaritan Calls 9-1-1

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 7:34 PM EDT2014-07-22 23:34:06 GMT
    Moline Police said a mother left her 6 month old baby unattended inside a hot car for over 20 minutes in Moline. More >>
    Moline Police said a mother left her 6 month old baby unattended inside a hot car for over 20 minutes in Moline. More >>
  • Davenport Alderman Calls for "Options" Ahead Of SAU Stadium Vote

    Davenport Alderman Calls for "Options" Ahead Of SAU Stadium Vote

    Jul 22, 2014 10:49 PM2014-07-23 12:37:52 GMT
    A vote to override Davenport Mayor Bill Gluba’s veto last week of St. Ambrose University’s stadium project is expected during a special city council meeting, Wednesday night.Aldermen Ray Ambrose, Barney Barnhill, Mike Matson, and Rick Dunn all voted 'no' for the project, which passed the council by 6-4.St. Ambrose University needs one of those four aldermen to flip their vote to a ‘yes’ for the stadium project to move forward.All but Dunn have told KWQC that they will likely vote ‘no’ again W...More >>
    A vote to override Davenport Mayor Bill Gluba’s veto last week of St. Ambrose University’s stadium project is expected during a special city council meeting, Wednesday night.Aldermen Ray Ambrose, Barney Barnhill, Mike Matson, and Rick Dunn all voted 'no' for the project, which passed the council by 6-4.St. Ambrose University needs one of those four aldermen to flip their vote to a ‘yes’ for the stadium project to move forward.All but Dunn have told KWQC that they will likely vote ‘no’ again W...More >>
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