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Companies from 50 states get the opportunity to showcase their American Made products to the President. Iowa's RMA Armament was chosen as one company to show their products to President Trump.

Moline beats Rockford Lutheran to open season, 77-56

Deonte Billups scored 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the Maroons season opening win.

Assumption girls hungry to return to Wells Fargo Arena

The Lady Knights return seven seniors from a state tournament team a season ago. Watch a preview here.

Adam Cunningham from Grandview, Iowa is in the top 12 of The Voice

Adam Cunningham's family says the Grandview community has been very supportive. His family will be rooting for him to make it to the end of the competition.

Number of juvenile theft charges triple in the last two years

Over 750 cars have been stolen across the QCA since January, 1st. Many times by juveniles, when those kids and teens are caught they're usually charged with First or Second Degree Theft

Rock Island girls aiming for first ever state title

The Lady Rocks are playing in a number of national tournaments this winter, but are only focused on bringing a championship to Rock Island. Story here.

 

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