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  • Moline High play honors beloved director who died

    They'll go on with the show, performing a play called "Almost, Maine" in honor of beloved Moline teacher K.C. Griesenbeck, who suffered a brain aneurysm and passed away at age 44.

  • Hundreds Make Cards for the Troops

    In a crowded room on Arsenal Island, a military-style assembly line takes shape. “Good evening ladies and gentlemen.  I’d like to welcome you all here tonight to ‘Cards for the Troops,” says organizer Mary Sue Sipple. For the past eight months, Mary Sue has been preparing for this night to help military men and women she’s never met. “They’ve been over there in their lonesome and they need to have a way to communicate with people back home,” says one […]

  • Updated: Clinton shooting victim refuses to identify suspect

    Updated: A Clinton man was released from a local hospital after being treated for a gunshot wound.

  • Photos: Supporters gather for Debate

  • Batman does the weather forecast

    Julian Vandervelde, an offensive lineman for the Philadelphia Eagles and former Iowa Hawkeye, stopped by the studio today to surprise James Zahara during his forecast.

  • 30 animals seized from Bettendorf home

    Anyone looking for a lost or missing cat may be in luck.

  • 3-year-old drowns in residential pool

    A toddler from Monmouth, Illinois drowned in a residential pool Friday, July 6, 2012.

  • Respite caregiver hired sex offender and attempted murderer

    BURLINGTON, Iowa – A Burlington woman is charged with Child Endangerment after she allegedly hired a convicted sex offender to watch children for her Respite Care service.  On May 5, 2012, officials with the Department of Natural Resources made contact with Tammy Love, of Burlington, Iowa along with a man they say is a registered sex offender–he has not been publicly identified. Since there were children with the pair at the time, officials questioned Love about her relationship with the […]

  • Aledo pair suffered fatal gunshots

    Authorities have now confirmed with News 8 that the two bodies found in a burnt Aledo home last Friday, July 6, 2012 were fatally shot prior to the fire.

  • Cookie Monster sings “Call Me Maybe”

    Cookie Monster sings his version of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.”

  • Atkinson boil order lifted

    A water main break disrupted water service in the Village of Atkinson. According to the Village Clerk, the village was placed under a boil order Thursday, July 5, 2012.  The boil order was in effect until further notice. The boil order was lifted just after 7 a.m. Friday, July 6, 2012.  Click here for more news from Henry County Illinois

  • Matt Randazzo interviews former Hawkeye Pat Angerer

    Former Hawkeye, Pat Angerer talks about fatherhood and life with the Indianapolis Colts.