David Bohlman, WQAD

David Bohlman


Moline, IL, United States

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Past articles by David:

Red Cross of the Quad Cities looking for volunteers to install smoke detectors

Volunteers will install the smoke detectors in late March. Here's how you can sign up to help. → Read More

Augustana College seeking help from veterans and active duty service members for study

Those who participate in the study will be paid for their time. Here are the details. → Read More

A scientific tooth fairy: clues to early childhood mental health

A Massachusetts scientist and her team want to know if children’s teeth can leave clues of early life stress. → Read More

New USPS stamp for bulk mail users highlights new I-74 bridge

The stamps are classified as Presorted First-Class Mail stamps and are for bulk-mail users only. The stamp is sold in coils of 3,000 and 10,000. → Read More

Moline police rally for officer battling brain cancer; Here's how you can help

Officer Branden Bowden was diagnosed with brain cancer and Moline PD says the prognosis options are not looking good. They are now helping to raise money to help. → Read More

Ho, Ho, Holiday burglaries are big every year, here's what's most likely to be stolen and how to protect yourself

In 2021, an estimated $130.5 million dollars in goods were stolen over the holidays across the nation. News 8 spoke to law enforcement on how to combat the issue. → Read More

How artificial intelligence is helping doctors diagnose strokes sooner

Just as important as diagnosing a stroke, machine learning will soon be able to rule out problems that mimic a stroke, and it will all be done with an app. → Read More

Davenport hosting a holiday pickle hunt

This dill-ightful experience is fun for the whole family. You'll relish in it for years to come. → Read More

1 Illinois hospital gets 'F' grade, here's how your hospital ranked

Hospitals were ranked on safety, overall practice and staffing. One hospital was told to have staff "wash their hands" before seeing patients in order to improve. → Read More

Boetje's Mustard added to 'Illinois Made' class of 2022

The group shows off businesses that "exemplify the hidden gems, experiences and one-of-a-kind products that make Illinois a great place." → Read More

INFLATION SALVATION: how you can save money on your energy bill

The cost of energy is up 17.6% from a year ago. That has many people wondering how to save some money. We reached out to MidAmerican, here's what they suggest. → Read More

Quad Cities' Bikes for Tykes program surpasses goal for annual campaign

For seven years the Quad Cities Bicycle Club has raised money and supplied majority of the bikes given out for Toys for Tots. This year it got so much bigger. → Read More

Nailed it or Failed it: Lemon Chicken Orzo soup

Warm up on these cold days with this cozy and warm soup. Or make it and freeze it for up to three months and use when you need it. → Read More

Your weekend rundown for October 28th

From trivia night, to Halloween parades, and Boo at the Zoo, there are lots to do this weekend. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Nailed it or Failed it: Mummy Cookies

Now, be a good mummy and make these this weekend. → Read More

More cruise lines looking at the Quad Cities, so what's the economic impact we can expect?

Nearly 50 stops will be made in the Quad Cities this year from national cruise lines. We spoke with Visit Quad Cities to find out how those stops impact the economy. → Read More

Benefit honoring fallen Knox County Deputy happening Friday in Geneseo

Deputy Nicholas Weist wanted to establish a scholarship fund before he was killed in the line of duty. Now it's becoming a reality in his honor. → Read More

Nailed it or Failed it: Velveeta Fudge

News 8's David Bohlman says, "Why does this even work?" → Read More

Survey: Illinoisans spend 2nd most on houseplants

The survey also found that one in four Americans prefer plants to pets. → Read More

Quad City Senior Expo Happening at Vibrant Area at the Mark Thursday

Seniors, their families and caregivers can get help with Social Security, Medicare, health care and more from over 40 businesses. → Read More