Mariah Woelfel

Amy Helpenstel Foundation Fellow
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A Rock Island police officer is recovering at home after allegedly being assaulted and beaten while responding to a call of domestic battery at a downtown Rock Island apartment building on Thursday evening.

  News headlines for the evening of Thursday, September 21, 2017

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Local educators and business leaders are worried about the future of training for specialized trades in the Quad Cities.

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Thursday was an unconventional workday for many Quad Citians, who traded their button downs and keyboards for volunteer shirts and gardening gloves as part of United Way's Day of Caring.

News headlines for the evening of Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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The Quad City Airport will soon have some cash to spend after the Federal Aviation Administration promised it $3.3 million for capital improvements this year.

Black Hawk College's campus in Moline. Ill.
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Enrollment at Black Hawk College has fallen to the lowest level in five years even after Illinois finally passed a budget and sent funding to thousands of colleges and schools as a result.

News headlines for the evening of Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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The Davenport Police Department is pushing for a $550,000 contract with a law enforcement technology company in a bid to buy 150 body cameras.

  News headlines for the evening of Monday, September 18, 2017

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