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    Florida lifeguard fired after saving drowning man

    Tomas Lopez says he never thought getting fired would make him so popular.

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    Trippa finds a home

    DAVENPORT, Iowa – A little over a month after many of the community shared their hearts and wallets to help a pint-sized rat terrier, Trippa has found a fur-ever home. The small stray came limping into the Humane Society of Scott County suffering from the life-threatening Parvo virus and in jeopardy of losing a leg. Veterinarians had originally told the HSSC that Trippa’s leg was shattered beyond repair and needed to be amputated. The leg may have been amputated, but […]

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    Hotel replaces printed Bibles with Kindles

    Last year, Gideons International distributed more than 84 million printed copies of the Bible around the world.

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    Video: San Diego fireworks explode in 15 seconds

    When most of the country was going ooh and aah over Fourth of July fireworks displays, San Diego spectators were treated to a spectacle that lit up the night sky -- for all of 15 seconds.

  • Crews prepare for Gumbo Ya Ya

    Festivities are underway for the 20th Annual Gumbo Ya Ya in Rock Island.

  • Historic gym gets facelift

    Built in 1921, Davenport’s Annie Wittenmyer Center celebrated the renovations to their gym.

  • New Aldi coming to Silvis

    Plans are underway to build a new Aldi in Silvis.

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    Volunteers join hands to grow and give

    On Saturday, May 5th, nearly 200 volunteers from the Royal Neighbors Home Office converged for JOIN HANDS DAY to plant vegetable gardens throughout the Quad Cities to teach women and their families to grow healthy, affordable food.

  • Pickers star previews Burlesque le Moustache

    Danielle Colby-Cushman explains Burlesque to promote Burlesque le Moustache, May 5th, at the Adler.

  • James Zahara visits Lincoln School in Monmouth

  • James Zahara visits Garfield Elementary in Davenport

    Some Davenport students learn from the master.

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    Police: Three Kewanee residents forged prescriptions for Vicodin

      KEWANEE, Ill – Three Kewanee residents are spending some time in jail after they allegedly obtained Vicodin using forged prescriptions. On Tuesday, April 14th, three Kewanee residents were arrested after allegedly using false prescriptions to acquire more than 13,000 tablets of Vicodin. According to the Star Courier, Henry County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Lavona M. Nyert, 52, Steven C. McKeever, 57, Kimberly S. McKeever, 52. The three are charged with one county of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and […]


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