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Bandits beat Peoria 6-1.... [Read More]
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Edwardsville standout and Illinois' Mr. Basketball Mark Smith officially chose the Illini on Wednesday.  Smith, who picked the Illinois over Michigan State, Ohio State, and... [Read More]
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A church is defending its mission and the people it serves after the city closed it down. What happens in this modest Washington Street building... [Read More]
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It just goes to show age doesn't have to stop you from making new memories. [Read More]
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Teen Sheryl Horak was shot and killed in a patrol car by a man angered at Bettendorf Police. [Read More]
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WASHINGTON, D.C.-- President Trump and his team revealed their proposed tax code Wednesday. Its main theme: major tax cuts for virtually all individuals and businesses.... [Read More]
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The university hosted it's 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event that sheds light on sexual assault awareness month. [Read More]
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The store is scheduled to close on June 30. [Read More]
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A controversial plan to dismantle the levee in Barstow, Illinois, is on hold. [Read More]
A new spinal stimulator allows for small electrical charges designed to ease chronic back pain. [Read More]
"It's another world for them," said Literacy Teacher Maria Hernandez, as 50 refugees visit a Scott County farm. [Read More]
The Seaford Clothing store closed in 2009 and the building has been vacant ever since. [Read More]
Public meetings were held prior to the administrative rule being enacted. [Read More]
Another wave of rainfall will be sliding across the area as we head into the evening hours before ending sometime after sunrise Thursday.  The main... [Read More]
The Illinois Associated Press recognized television and radio stations for excellence in various categories. WQAD was recognized in the following categories: Best Digital Presence 2016 -... [Read More]
The 911 call that former "Bachelor" Chris Soules made following a crash has been released. [Read More]
A promotion was held every Wednesday during the month of March at the casino and raised a total of $68,246 during that time. [Read More]
Two pro sports teams may re-think their security precautions after a Bettendorf man was able to sneak inside two events, once even posing as a... [Read More]
Festival organizers are giving this festival a complete new look adding comedy, film, and art to it's lineup. [Read More]
"If we didn't have this program, the opportunities for them would be gone," said Art Professor Zaiga Thorson. [Read More]
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