Megan Noe

Reporter

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

  • Congress-approved Farm Bill means stability for local farmers

    Posted on: 9:14 pm, February 4, 2014, by , updated on: 10:13pm, February 4, 2014

    Local farmers say they're pleased with the five-year bill, which boosts the crop insurance program and ends subsidies known as "direct payments."
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  • Quad City salt supplies expected to last through winter

    Posted on: 8:43 pm, February 3, 2014, by , updated on: 10:36pm, February 3, 2014

    Area public works directors say they're confident salt supplies and snow removal budgets will last through the winter, despite more snow headed to town this week.
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  • St. Ambrose plans 2,500-seat stadium, sports complex

    Posted on: 9:54 pm, January 30, 2014, by , updated on: 10:19pm, January 30, 2014

    St. Ambrose University hopes to build a football stadium and sports complex of its own, but neighbors are already mounting opposition to the plans.
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  • Semi driver had been working 36 hours at time of deadly accident

    Posted on: 9:20 pm, January 29, 2014, by , updated on: 10:13pm, January 29, 2014

    Local truck driving instructors say the deadly accident highlights the importance of logging the correct hours behind the wheel.
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  • Cold weather makes a mess of travel plans

    Posted on: 8:42 pm, January 27, 2014, by , updated on: 10:11pm, January 27, 2014

    The cold weather has made a mess of travel plans across the Midwest, and it's meant more business for an area shuttle company.
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  • Food deliveries spike as temperatures drop

    Posted on: 3:42 pm, January 23, 2014, by , updated on: 05:20pm, January 23, 2014

    Quad City food delivery services reported a spike in business Thursday as the outside temperatures dipped below zero.
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  • Cold brings eagles, photographers to the Quad Cities

    Posted on: 8:40 pm, January 22, 2014, by , updated on: 12:09am, January 23, 2014

    Cold weather has brought a large number of bald eagles to the Quad Cities, and visitors from across the country are arriving to snap their picture.
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    Bald eagle, 1-12-14, photo shared by Bobbi Jo Wilson via Facebook
  • Six months later, Prophetstown says fire is “history”

    Posted on: 8:34 pm, January 21, 2014, by

    Six months since fire destroyed eight buildings in the heart of downtown Prophetstown, Illinois, residents say they're ready to move forward.
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    Prophetstown Fire aftermath 7-15-13 photo submitted to WQAD by Dave Fox
  • 20 million calls to IRS went unanswered last year

    Posted on: 8:10 pm, January 20, 2014, by , updated on: 10:49am, January 21, 2014

    According to a new report, the IRS only answered 61 percent of taxpayers' calls last year, and callers spent an average of 18 minutes on hold.
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  • JC Penney to close 33 stores and lay off thousands

    Posted on: 3:50 pm, January 15, 2014, by and , updated on: 08:05pm, January 15, 2014

    A location in Muscatine, Iowa is among dozens of JC Penney stores that will close as the company makes financial changes.
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  • Brain games could keep mind sharp for 10 more years

    Posted on: 8:51 pm, January 14, 2014, by , updated on: 10:16pm, January 14, 2014

    A new study suggests playing simple brain games could keep your mind sharp for up to a decade longer.
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  • Augustana considering armed campus police force

    Posted on: 8:06 pm, January 13, 2014, by , updated on: 08:48am, January 14, 2014

    Administrators at Augustana College in Rock Island are considering a proposal to arm some of the school's public safety officers and create a small, campus police force.
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