Our Quad Cities: Rock Island seeks bigger economic victories

Rock Island’s economic victories have been small in comparison to the other Quad Cities. New businesses that opened in the Quad Cities recently tend to be small rather than larger operations that need a lot of employees. The District of Rock Island, once a vibrant section of the Quad Cities, has been relatively quiet since

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KWQC: Quad Cities man organizing donations for storm survivors

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – After strong storms tore through several parts of the Midwestern and Southern regions of our country, people from across the United States are stepping up to help. That includes the Quad Cities. CJ Sims lives in the Quad Cities, but also has ties to the South. When he saw the devastation

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ABC News: Aid groups mobilize to help victims of Midwest tornadoes

Disaster-aid and humanitarian groups are mobilizing to help tornado victims and setting up dedicated fund for donations to support their efforts. Here’s a look at some of the relief being provided and ways to donate. The American Red Cross is making it easy to send a quick $10 donation simply by texting “REDCROSS” addressed to the number,

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KWQC: QC leaders celebrate the new I-74 bridge

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – A decades-long process nearly came to a close on Wednesday, as Quad Cities leaders reacted to the new I-74 bridge. The mayor of East Moline looked back to where it all started with the old bridge. “From 4,000 vehicles going across that bridge when [the old bridge] was first built,” Reggie

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