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Past articles by Megan:

Quad City men launch super PAC to support Joe Biden

To start a PAC you just need a bank account and to file. → Read More

State Police advising travelers to stay off icy roads

State police are advising drivers to use extreme caution and stay off the roads if possible. → Read More

Fire damages Rendezvous Banquet Hall in Muscatine

A Muscatine banquet hall was damaged after a fire started in the ceiling. → Read More

Boil order issued for Carbon Cliff residents

Village leaders have issued a precautionary boil order for homes in Carbon Cliff, Illinois, due to a severe water main break. → Read More

Annawan overpass to be named for fallen officers

Two officers, killed in the line of duty, will be remembered forever in Annawan, Illinois. → Read More

Quad City experts say peak flu season is still weeks away

Flu season has arrived in full force in the Quad Cities, but experts warn the worst is yet to come. → Read More

Quad City bald eagle count triples during cold snap

The number of bald eagles in the Quad City area has tripled over the past week due to the bitter cold snap. → Read More

Davenport homeless shelter offering extended hours due to the cold

Volunteers are needed to help keep a Davenport homeless shelter open for extended hours due to the extreme cold. → Read More

Let’s Move Quad Cities: Musician is back to bell ringing after shoulder surgery

A Quad City musician is back in the choir this Christmas after being sidelined by a shoulder injury. → Read More

Update: Names released in Davenport mobile home fire

Kelsey Clain, a 23-year-old mother, died along with two children. Jayden Smead, a 5-year-old, and Carson Smead, a 2-year-old, were also killed. → Read More

Police searching for Geneseo man accused of arson, assault

Geneseo Police are searching for a man who they say set fire to a home with a woman still inside. → Read More

Monmouth man faces murder charges in Christmas Eve shooting

A Monmouth man has been charged with murder following a Christmas Eve shooting. → Read More

Illinois’ private school scholarship program starts in 2018

Private schools in Illinois are hoping to see more donations and students thanks to a new state tax credit program. → Read More

Mom warns ‘Buckyballs’ may be dangerous Christmas present

A Galesburg mom is warning other parents that a popular Christmas present may be dangerous. → Read More

East Moline shooting sends one man to the hospital

A 47-year-old man was taken to the hospital with upper body injuries. → Read More

Two men arrested in connection to Davenport shooting

A gunshot victim was located at the hospital, and their injuries are considered non-life threatening. → Read More

More than 2,700 families receive Christmas gifts through Toys for Tots

If you signed up to receive gifts through the Toys for Tots program, now is the time to pick them up. → Read More

Quad City couple honors son with donation to mental health researchers

A Quad City couple is making sure their son's memory lives on by donating thousands of dollars for mental health research. → Read More

Davenport medic relearning to walk after medical condition left him paralyzed

A Davenport medic is relearning how to walk after a rare medical condition left him paralyzed. Despite the long road to recovery, though, he says he considers every day a gift. → Read More

Event space, food truck parking coming to Davenport riverfront this summer

Work to remove concrete and parking lots where the old Rhythm City Casino used to dock recently wrapped up. The green space, known as Main Street Landing, is now a blank canvas for city engineers. → Read More