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Bettendorf and West Liberty punch tickets to State Soccer


QCA preps shine at Illinois State Track & Field


Rockridge and Galesburg advance on road to State Softball


River Bandits and Bees win in Midwest League action


Newman Outlasts Princeton To Advance To Sectional Final


Galesburg Advances To Sectional Final In Walk Off Fashion


Pleasant Valley and Bettendorf advance to Substate Soccer Finals


University of Iowa's Joe Wieskamp withdraws name from NBA Draft


Jordan Bohannon's Season May Be In jeopardy


Bill Fennelly and Iowa State coaches stop in Bettendorf


Defending JDC Champ Michael Kim returns to Deere Run to look ahead to this year's tournament


Alleman track stars overcome tragedy together


Final Day Of State Track And Field In Des Moines


Illinois GIrls State Track And Field Meet


Carly King Finds Success On Both The Soccer Field & Track Course


Alleman Wins 2nd Sectional Title In School History


Record Breaking Day 2 Of State Track & Field Meet In Des Moines


State Track & Field Meet In Des Moines Day 1


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Tourist dead after apparent shark attack in Hawaii

The victim's family said he had gone for a swim. Officials described the waters as calm and clear.

Hiker found alive after more than two weeks in Hawaii forest

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Flooding emergency forces evacuations after week of devastating storms

Millions across the United States are on alert for severe weather after a week of deadly storms. The swelling Arkansas River is threatening communities in Arkansas and Oklahoma, forcing thousands to evacuate.