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At least two Illinois communities have issued a burn ban to help residents who have developed respiratory symptoms related to COVID-19. [Read More]
The $300,000 Revolving Loan Fund for COVID-19 Relief is meant to provide more immediate relief to small businesses in Sterling. [Read More]
Temps will run nearly 20° above normal! [Read More]
A Davenport man is recovering from COVID-19. He said he developed symptoms on March 17 and received a confirmed diagnosis on April 4. [Read More]
Widespread temperatures in the 70s expected for Tuesday thanks to a warm front lifting to our north late Monday... [Read More]
'It's complete chaos.' Employees still went to work on Monday, after the section of the plant where the first employee to test positive had been... [Read More]
Scott County health officials on Monday said 37 of the 52 people who have tested positive for the coronavirus have recovered. [Read More]
Smoke detectors were working and alerted the resident of the fire and she responded. [Read More]
Whiteside County officials on Monday identified three additional positive cases of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 21. [Read More]
The Tyson pork plant in Columbus Junction is suspending operations after more than two dozen employees tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
As we celebrate the life of Fran Riley, watch this video of him on the Highlight Zone, and have a few laughs for Fran. [Read More]
The Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday reported an additional 1,006 of positive coronavirus cases and 33 deaths. [Read More]
First responders and healthcare workers can get 50 cents off per gallon to use on their next fill-up at BP and Amoco stations. [Read More]
Each of these businesses is also contributing to this COVID-19 Recovery Fund. [Read More]
At least one employee at Arconic has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, a spokesman confirmed Monday. [Read More]
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. Monday to update the public on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 in the state. [Read More]
One voting rights group says mail-in voting is about more than just keeping Americans healthy. [Read More]
The Iowa Supreme Court has issued an order suspending grand jury hearings and criminal jury trials until mid-July in an effort to slow the spread... [Read More]
Eastbound traffic is closed on 5th Avenue at 6th Street in Moline for a sewer repair. [Read More]
A Davenport man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery of a Davenport convenience store in March. [Read More]
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