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Man arrested on 2 counts of arson after house fire

A Dixon, Illinois man is under arrest on arson charges after a fire in September. On September 29, the Dixon Fire and Police Departments were called to the 400 block of Madison Avenue for a house fire. Police officers met with a man outside of the residence. Firefighters were able to extinguish the fire and […]
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Honor Flight #54 in memory of original board member

Honor Flight of the Quad Cities is sending their 54th Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, October 4. More than 90 veterans who served, mostly during Vietnam, will be aboard the flight and some will be visiting “the wall” and other monuments for the first time. They will be accompanied by 60 volunteer “guardians” […]

Hy-Vee recalls cheese, boards, baskets after manufacturer contamination

Hy-Vee, Inc is voluntarily recalling eight products that include cheese after being notified by Old Europe Cheese, Inc. of Benton Harbor, Michigan, that some cheese products that it manufactured for Saputo Cheese USA’s distribution may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. This is a voluntary recall out of an abundance of caution. No illnesses have […]

Reba coming to the Vibrant Arena in March

Reba McEntire is coming to the Vibrant Arena March 18! She’s extending her REBA: LIVE IN CONCERT tour after a string of sold-out stops. The tour announced 14 additional dates for spring 2023, featuring special guests Terri Clark and The Isaacs. The spring shows will kick off March 9 in Jacksonville and conclude at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, […]

CROP Walk steps over new I-74 bridge for the 1st time

About 125 walkers of all ages took a stroll across the new I-74 bridge on Sunday, October 2 for a worthy cause. They were raising funds as part of the 51st annual CROP Walk. According to coordinator Rick Martin, they’ve raised $485,000 over the past 11 years and 25% of that amount goes to support […]

BPL Chess Club allows all ages, skill levels to practice, improve

Chess has drawn players of all ages into its engrossing world for centuries. Players in the Quad Cities can hone their skills at the board with the Bettendorf Public Library Chess Club. The Club meets every other Saturday from 1:30– 3:30 p.m. and October’s meeting dates are the 8th and 22nd. Advance registration is not required […]

Community Safety Forum brings leaders together

Clinton residents who are concerned about shootings, child abuse, trauma, violence and suicides in their neighborhoods are invited to attend a Community Safety Information Forum on Wednesday, October 12 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Clinton Community College auditorium, 1000 Lincoln Boulevard in Clinton. Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Rita Hart will serve as moderator […]

Rockridge Tops Morrison at Home

Despite falling behind early to Morrison, Rockridge comes back to win at home. Join us for the Local 4 Locker Room every Friday night during high school football season on Local 4 News at 10. Follow Local 4 Sports on Twitter and Facebook.

Avoid scams with IA AG and AARP

Scammers are everywhere these days, trying to get your personal information online, over the phone or even in person. That’s why AARP and the Iowa Attorney General’s Office have resources to help people recognize scams and know what to do to avoid them. The top five scams in Iowa involve: Home goods and services Imposters […]