Good Evening

Evening headlines from WVIK News.

tonight's headlines:

  • it was colder and drier than normal in Illinois in January,
  • Bettendorf considers offering early retirement incentives to save money,
  • and Governor Rauner came to Rock Island Friday to celebrate Catholic Schools Week.

Gradual clearing overnight with a low near 21. Cloudy and breezy on Saturday, high near 40.

tonight's headlines:

  • a Quad Cities company uses its tax savings to pay bonuses to employees,
  • a downtown Davenport building joins the National Register of Historic Places,
  • and the Iowa legislature considers reinstating the death penalty.

Clear tonight with a low near 3 and wind chills to -10. Increasing clouds on Friday, high near 23. 

tonight's headlines:

  • repairs on Government Bridge are done for this week, but there'll be more next week,
  • why the Salvation Army fell short of its goal for the Christmas campaign,
  • and in his state of the state address, the Illinois governor called for tax and spending cuts.

Cloudy tonight with a low around 19. Sunny on Thursday, with temperatures falling to 15 by late in the day. 

tonight's headlines:

  • utility companies in Iowa are trying to decide how to pass their tax savings on to customers,
  • treatment not jail is the focus of a new drug program called "Safe Passage,"
  • and an NFL traveling exhibit designed by a QC company opens in Davenport this weekend.

Cloudy and breezy tonight with temperatures rising to near 35. Partly sunny Wednesday, high 46. 

tonight's headlines:

  • a veteran of the Bettendorf Police Department will probably be its next chief,
  • for the third time in seven years, RAGBRAI will end in the Quad Cities this summer,
  • and a Galesburg woman will attend the State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Clear tonight with a low near 12. Increasing clouds on Tuesday, with a high near 34. 

tonight's headlines:

  • Government Bridge will be closed for 3 days next week, and the following week, for repairs,
  • and Scott Community College celebrates the opening of its new downtown campus.

Cloudy tonight with gusty south winds, low near 35. Sunny on Saturday with a high around 47.

tonight's headlines:

  • unemployment fell in the Quad Cities again in December,
  • after four tough years, Caterpillar says it had a good year in 2017,
  • and tuition at Black Hawk College may stay the same next fall.

​Clear tonight with a low around 34. Sunny and breezy on Friday, high near 54.

tonight's headlines:

  • Mississippi River mayors meet with the president,
  • will the new tax bill mean lower utility rates,
  • and Toys R Us announces store closings but not for the QC.

Partly cloudy tonight with a low around 26. Sunny on Thursday, high 48. 

tonight's headlines:

  • unemployment dropped slightly in Iowa in December,
  • a new police chief takes over in Moline,
  • and a major exhibition is coming to the Figge Art Museum in the fall.

Cloudy with flurries tonight, low near 22. Sunny on Wednesday, high around 36. 

tonight's headlines:

  • Congress votes to end the government shutdown,
  • Davenport outlines development plans for Elmore Corners,
  • and Ted Talks is coming to the Quad Cities.

Cloudy with rain and snow possible overnight, low around 30. Becoming sunny on Tuesday, high 35. 

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