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Katrina Lamansky


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Katrina:

Teen to be sentenced for mom's 2017 shooting death

Anna Schroeder pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, for fatally shooting her 53-year-old mother when she was 15 years old. → Read More

Morrison teen to be sentenced for 2017 murder of mother

The teen from Morrison, Illinois took a plea agreement for second-degree murder in the shooting death of her mom, Peggy Schroeder. → Read More

Snowy neighborhood streets in Moline may be cleared quicker this winter

The City of Moline is hiring an additional six crew members to clear snow from residential areas. → Read More

Woman missing out of Wisconsin with ties to Illinois, Carroll County Sheriff's Office seeks public assistance

Melissa Trumpy is from Wisconsin, but has ties to Carroll County, Illinois. She may be in a Toyota vehicle and police are seeking information on her whereabouts. → Read More

Watch Live at 11: Moline Police release update in 2018 murder of 22-year-old Corey Harrell Jr.

Harrell Jr. was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds behind Moline City Hall on Halloween 2018. → Read More

Illinois governor says state is 'days away' from vaccinating kids 5-11

More than 2,200 providers have signed up to administer these doses across the state. → Read More

Ready-to-eat clam chowder soup sold at Costco recalled over potential sharp, plastic bits inside

The soups were sold across the Midwest, including in Iowa and Illinois. → Read More

Teen bicyclist hit in Bettendorf High School parking lot

Police were called to the school's campus Monday, October 11 when a teenager was hit in the parking lot. → Read More

Dad faces murder charges in deaths of daughter and son from Rock Falls

An autopsy report shows the five-year-old girl and three-year-old boy died by asphyxia due to smothering. → Read More

Facebook and Instagram are down

DownDetector reported tens of thousands of issues with Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp on Monday, Oct. 4. → Read More

White Sox Hall of Famer buys controlling interest in Field of Dreams Movie Site

The Dyersville, Iowa movie site gained popularity with the 2021 MLB match-up between the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees. → Read More

Teen who inspired Davenport West community with creativity passes away from cancer

In 2019 Madi White made a bench to help other people battling cancer feel optimism in their fight. She passed away in 2021. → Read More

'Bumper to bumper' traffic reported on I-80 in Rock Island County

Heavy traffic congestion was being reported on Interstate 80, south of the bridge. → Read More

Milan man charged with murder in beating death of 54-year-old neighbor

Court records show that Ward Davis is charged with first-degree murder, aggravated battery and aggravated arson. → Read More

HNI Corporation reveals plans to combat staffing shortages

HNI Corporation revealed issues surrounding labor and supply in the third quarter of 2021. → Read More

Cristhian Bahena Rivera to be sentenced Monday for the murder of Mollie Tibbetts

The man convicted in the 2018 death of Mollie Tibbetts faces mandatory life in prison without the possibility of parole. → Read More

Smoke visible across Davenport

A large cloud of smoke was visible around Davenport Friday morning, August 27. → Read More

Watch Live at 10 am: Illinois governor expected to announce COVID-19 vaccine requirements

Governor J.B. Pritzker hosts a press conference, two days after warning the state that stricter mitigations could come down as cases continue to rise. → Read More

Watch Live: QC COVID-19 Coalition discusses booster shots

Local health experts plan to share what they know about a third shot to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Rise in COVID-19 cases prompts Quad Cities Catholic Schools to move start date

A tentative start date has been set for Monday, August 23. → Read More