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I joined the WQAD news team in June of 2012. I’m a proud product of the Quad Cities, graduating from Alleman High School before heading off to college at the University of Missouri in Columbia.

At Mizzou, I graduated with degrees in Radio-TV Journalism and English, as well as a minor in Business. I also worked for mid-Missouri’s NBC affiliate, KOMU-TV, as a reporter and web editor.

I currently live in Rock Island and couldn’t be happier to be back in the QC with my family, just in time for Whitey’s pumpkin shakes and AHS football.

If you want to talk good books, Tiger sports, or story ideas, drop me a line at megan.noe@wqad.com. I look forward to meeting even more of this great community!

Recent Articles
  • Galesburg teachers protest

    No deal between teachers, school district in Galesburg

    As contract negotiations ended Tuesday afternoon, no agreement had been reached between the Board of Education and the teachers' union.

  • Galesburg teachers and district meet on final day, as strike deadline looms

    There is still no deal between Galesburg’s teachers’ union and district leaders, following nearly 12 hours of contract negotiations Monday, August 11, 2014. Talks continued Tuesday morning, August 12, 2014 though, as both teachers and district leaders in Galesburg, Illinois, say they remain optimistic that a strike can be avoided. Related:  Galesburg teachers and district battle over salary schedules and security Representatives from the Galesburg Education Association and District 205 met with mediators Monday. Around 10:30 p.m. that night, the […]

  • Angel of Hope Memorial Garden

    Help needed to bring Angel of Hope monument to Moline

    A Moline mom is looking for help to bring an Angel of Hope statue to the Quad Cities. The memorial is meant to be a symbol of hope for parents who have experienced the death of a child.

  • Sen. Rand Paul in Davenport: “Expand our party”

    Kentucky Senator Rand Paul spent time in Davenport Tuesday on day two of his three-day campaign across Iowa.

  • PV School Board will not appeal ruling that stripped track team of title

    The Pleasant Valley Board of Education announced it will not appeal the decision to strip the girls track team of its state and regional titles for 2014. On June 23, Pleasant Valley learned of potential violations by a member of the track team and then self reported the information to the Iowa Girls’ High School Athletic Union.  Junior Kaley Ciluffo allegedly competed in three different college-sanctioned events, which is against Iowa Code. The IGHSAU then met in closed session in […]

  • Businesses bringing new life to Rock Island’s College Hill District

    Rock Island’s College Hill District is seeing new life, as more than a dozen businesses have opened in the neighborhood over the past five years. Friday, Cool Beanz Coffee House celebrated its fifth anniversary with a ribbon cutting. Started by Annette Zapolis back in 2009, the shop on the corner of 14th Avenue and 30th Street has grown into a neighborhood staple. “Sometimes I feel like it’s been five years, and sometimes I feel like it was just yesterday that […]

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    Galesburg teachers vote to strike

    Teachers in Galesburg, Illinois, voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike Thursday night.

  • Political attack ads poised to flood Quad City airwaves

    With less than 100 days to go until the November election, your phone lines and airwaves are about to be inundated with political pitches. And although most people will say they don’t like all the attack ads, don’t expect them to stop anytime soon. Wednesday, a new attack ad focused on Iowa’s Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst hit Quad City airwaves. The spot comes from NextGen Climate, a Super PAC funded by environmentalist Tom Steyer, and takes aim at potential […]

  • New tool helps high school athletic trainers measure concussions

    A new tool is helping high school athletic trainers measure concussions and determine when athletes can return to the playing field. With an application called C3 Logix, Rock Island High School athletic trainer Stacey Schuerman used an iPad to do baseline concussion testing on cheerleaders and volleyball players Tuesday. The 15-minute test measures athletes’ balance, reaction time, and memory recall, giving athletic trainers a basis from which they can measure future injury. “We need to have a kind of set […]

  • Marijuana

    Medical marijuana company to buy land in Rock Island

    The City of Rock Island could soon be cashing in on a new crop. Monday night, the City Council approved the sale of a 10-acre site at 8153 – 51st Street West to Green Thumb Industries, LLC. The Chicago-based company is applying for a license from the state to grow medical marijuana there. “It’s about sick patients who suffer from chronic illnesses having the power to decide alternative choices of treatment. So, that’s what we’re doing, we’re manufacturing a medicine […]

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    Davenport City Council members hold off on vote to overturn Gluba’s SAU stadium veto

    After Davenport Mayor Bill Gluba struck down St. Ambrose University’s proposal for a stadium and sports complex, City Council members decided they would hold off on a vote to either maintain or overturn the veto. “The City Council has been working on this now for a number of weeks, actually a number of months, and we wanna make sure everything is in concert with St. Ambrose and the neighbors. We just felt, at this time, that perhaps we needed to […]

  • CVS could be headed to old Audubon school site

    A CVS Pharmacy could soon be headed to the old Audubon school site in Rock Island.


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