Early voting for the June 3, 20-14 primary election begins in Iowa on Thursday, April 24, 2014.
- Galesburg teen suspended for carrying purse at school
- Iowa baby dies after teen mom changes decision to give him up for adoption
- New I-74 Bridge will be a reality sooner than expected
- Police have “persons of interest” in razor blade playground case, investigation ongoing
- More Rainfall On The Way
Galesburg teen suspended for carrying purse at school
A Galesburg mother says the Galesburg High School’s purse ban has gone too far. Her daughter had to attend the…
Iowa baby dies after teen mom changes decision to give him up for adoption
After his teen mom changed her mind about giving him up for adoption, a four-month-old baby died while he was in the care of his 17-year-old father.
New I-74 Bridge will be a reality sooner than expected
Dozens of drivers got their first look at plans for the new I-74 Bridge at a public meeting Wednesday night hosted by the Illinois and Iowa Departments of Transportation.
Police have “persons of interest” in razor blade playground case, investigation ongoing
Investigators in East Moline say they are making slow, but steady progress in catching the culprit or culprits who glued razor blades to playground equipment.
More Rainfall On The Way
The rainfall will definitely take center stage later today as temperatures show signs of trending higher. Storm system spinning to…
PetSmart has recalled more than 10,000 glass fish bowls after nearly a dozen people were hurt when the bowls cracked or broke under normal use.
A former postal worker was sentenced to six months in federal prison for storing nearly 45,000 pieces of undelivered mail in storage facilities and at his deceased mother’s home.
We all know ads take creative liberties that sometimes stretch the imagination, and this car ad is no exception to that concept.
A Chicago pediatrician, who said he “felt called” to treat children and train doctors in Afghanistan, was among the Americans killed by a guard at a Kabul hospital.
There are a number of reasons you shouldn’t just throw old medication in the trash.
For the second time in four days, a home invasion has been reported in Sterling, Illinois.
Pay It Forward
They call themselves The Bunny Hoppers, a group of four sisters who make it their mission to bring happiness to area senior citizens in nursing homes.
Niabi Zoo’s resident parrots decided to interrupt a live interview on “Good Morning Quad Cities”