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  • Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 2, Zoo

    Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 2, Zoo

    Thursday, May 23 2013 7:53 AM EDT2013-05-23 11:53:40 GMT
    The Niabi Zoo is home to more than 140 different species of animals. with 10 zookeepers who take care of those animals. It's not an easy job. The Zookeepers make sure lions, tigers and zebras are fedMore >>
    The Niabi Zoo is home to more than 140 different species of animals. with 10 zookeepers who take care of those animals. It's not an easy job. The Zookeepers make sure lions, tigers and zebras are fedMore >>
  • Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 3, Brewery

    Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 3, Brewery

    Thursday, May 23 2013 7:53 AM EDT2013-05-23 11:53:39 GMT
    Great River Brewery, located in downtown Davenport, distributes locally made craft beer to seven states. On a typical day, Great River brews 20 barrels. that's more than 40 kegs or 206 cases of 16 ozMore >>
    Great River Brewery, located in downtown Davenport, distributes locally made craft beer to seven states. On a typical day, Great River brews 20 barrels. that's more than 40 kegs or 206 cases of 16 ozMore >>
  • Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 1, Landfill

    Quad City Tough Jobs: Part 1, Landfill

    The average person throws away 5 to 7 lbs. of garbage every day. All of it ends up in area landfills. But what happens to it next? At the Scott Area Landfill, employees are paid to work with garbage. It'sMore >>
    The average person throws away 5 to 7 lbs. of garbage every day. All of it ends up in area landfills. But what happens to it next? At the Scott Area Landfill, employees are paid to work with garbage. It'sMore >>
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  • Cancer Survivor Getting Wish To Meet Chicago Bears

    Cancer Survivor Getting Wish To Meet Chicago Bears

    Monday, September 1 2014 6:24 PM EDT2014-09-01 22:24:39 GMT
    A Fruitland man recovering from a rare form of bone cancer is getting his wish.The Kids Wish Network is sending Zach Painter to Chicago's Soldier Field where he and his family will watch Sunday's Bears game and meet the players. The trip signals the end of a tough year for the cancer survivor who celebrated his 20th birthday on Friday.“Bears are my favorite team,” said Zach. “Since I've been little, all I do on Saturday and Sunday is watch football.”Zach is a football fanatic, just ask him. L...More >>
    A Fruitland man recovering from a rare form of bone cancer is getting his wish.The Kids Wish Network is sending Zach Painter to Chicago's Soldier Field where he and his family will watch Sunday's Bears game and meet the players. The trip signals the end of a tough year for the cancer survivor who celebrated his 20th birthday on Friday.“Bears are my favorite team,” said Zach. “Since I've been little, all I do on Saturday and Sunday is watch football.”Zach is a football fanatic, just ask him. L...More >>
  • Woman Taken To Hospital After ATV Crash On Wapsipinicon Sandbar

    Woman Taken To Hospital After ATV Crash On Wapsipinicon Sandbar

    Monday, September 1 2014 4:50 PM EDT2014-09-01 20:50:56 GMT
    Scene Of ATV Accident Saturday near Calamus, IAScene Of ATV Accident Saturday near Calamus, IA
    Conservation officers are reminding people to stay away from sandbars when using All-Terrain-Vehicles following a weekend accident.More >>
    Conservation officers are reminding people to stay away from sandbars when using All-Terrain-Vehicles following a weekend accident.More >>
  • Soybean Disease Appearing In Local Farm Fields

    Soybean Disease Appearing In Local Farm Fields

    Monday, September 1 2014 11:14 PM EDT2014-09-02 03:14:12 GMT
    A wet summer and spring has brought back a disease to local soybean fields. Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome causes bean plants to die early, before the plant has been able to fully grow its soybeans.More >>
    A wet summer and spring has brought back a disease to local soybean fields. Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome causes bean plants to die early, before the plant has been able to fully grow its soybeans.More >>
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