Mariah Woelfel

Amy Helpenstel Foundation Fellow
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United Way of the Quad Cities will try to raise $17 million in the next two years, in part to continue to fund non-profit agencies and schools throughout the area. 

Gilda's Club Quad Cities

A researcher with decades of experience in family behavioral studies has chosen Gilda's Club of the Quad Cities as the site for her next field study.

  News headlines for the evening of Wednesday, September 13, 2017

  News headlines for the evening of Tuesday, September 12, 2017

  News headlines for the evening of Friday, September 8, 2017

As 22-year-old Madison Keys gears up to compete in tomorrow's U.S. Open final, one fan in Rock Island is remembering her as the 7-year-old star she was when she lived here. 


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  News headlines for the evening of Thursday, September 7, 2017

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It's getting increasingly expensive to buy a home in the Quad Cities area, according to a report by the Federal Finance Housing Agency. 

News headlines for the evening of Wednesday, September 6, 2017

  • As work continues on the new, I-74 Bridge, people who live and work in Moline will soon have to deal with the closure of a busy intersection. Ryan Hippen, an engineer with the Illinois DOT, says first, 7th Avenue just east of I-74 will be reduced to one lane in each direction. That will allow a crew to remove the median. Then on September 25th, the street and intersection with 19th Street will be closed. 


NOAA Satellite

Meteorologists say wildfires and hurricanes throughout the country are creating a perfect storm to create the yellow tinted, smoke-filled sky seen in the Quad Cities recently.