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Saturday will mark the first-ever girls State Wrestling Tournament in Iowa


Volunteer snowmobile rescue team in Muscatine. Some people look at a snowmobile and only think adventure or even danger. But not Muscatine's Kyle Sturtz or Tanner Gandia. At this time Kyle and Tanner are working independently and are not affiliated with any emergency response teams. In an emergency, authorities do sometimes reach out to the public to see if anyone has snowmobiles, or horses or anything that can help them reach someone who may be stranded and in need of help. If you are stranded or in need of help please contact 9-1-1.


Quad City Area Snow Emergency Information


Clinton organizations developing outreach programs and drug therapy to fight opioid problem


Officials searching for work release escapee in Davenport


Molines Charlie Farmer wins TV6 Spotlight Athlete of the Week


Wilton Tops Bellevue In Final Moments For Home Win


North Scott Wins On The Road Against Muscatine


Moline police say 127 cars were stolen from the city in 2018


Iowa ranks above average for Organ Donor program


New planetary diet could save the world


UPDATE: Officer-involved shooting in Silvis turned over to state's attorney for review


UPDATE: Multi-vehicle crash on I-74 cleared near Woodhull



The Tangled Wood opens in the Quad Cities


Family and friends of Tyler Smith offering $5,000 reward


Hyundai and Kia recall over 168,000 vehicles due to fuel pipe problem


UPDATE: North Scott student enters not guilty plea


Lyons Postal Service resumes operations in Clinton


UPDATE: Adam Cain still in critical condition but is breathing on his own


Billiards championships brings big business to the Quad Cities area.


Friday is National Thesaurus Day: What's another word for celebrate?


Water main fixed along River Drive in Davenport, but lanes will be closed for pavement repairs.


Euthanized puppy comes back to life, up for adoption at Quad Cities shelter


Cohen acknowledges rigging polls for Pres. Trump in 2014 and 2015


On day Jayme escaped, suspect sought job with dodgy resume


Law firm tied to Manafort reaches $4.6 million settlement


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