Savanna calls for help holding back the Mississippi
The mayor of Savanna, Illinois is asking for community groups and volunteers to turn out today to help protect the city from another wave of flooding. A sandbag wall is built to handle a crest of about 20-feet, but the river is expected to hit 21-feet this weekend. The goal is to gather enough volunteers to build that wall higher to protect homes and businesses.
Burlington residents met with city council members to discuss the string of shootings since June. (KWQC)
Mariano Rivera awarded the National Medal Of Freedom by President Trump
More Americans are drinking alcohol and they are spending more money on alcohol
Hello Quad Cities for Monday, September 16, 2019