Good Evening

Evening headlines from WVIK News.

tonight's headlines:

  • Davenport appeals the possible re-instatement of its former fire chief,
  • the economy will be the focus for Fred Hubbell when he campaigns in eastern Iowa this weekend,
  • and the PGA Tour honors longtime local volunteer Chuck Austin.

Increasing clouds tonight, slight chance of snow, and a low near 23. Sunny on Saturday, high near 27.

tonight's headlines:

  • Illinois residents will pay a "blended" rate on their state returns due next year,
  • new TSA rules are going into effect for electronics,
  • and Genesis Health System dedicates a history wall at its east campus in Davenport.

Mostly clear overnight with a low near 13. Sunny on Friday, high 34. 

tonight's headlines:

  • members of Congress introduce a bill to end mandatory arbitration in workplace contracts,
  • earnings and revenue for Lee Enterprises fell in its just completed fiscal year,
  • and Arrowhead Ranch begins a major renovation and remodeling project.

Increasing clouds overnight, low near 18. Sunny on Thursday, high 27. 

tonight's headlines:

  • a gas pipeline explosion in Lee County, Illinois has killed two, and seriously injured 2 others,
  • another challenge is in the works for Iowa's bottle deposit law,
  • and Happy Joe's is holding its 45th annual holiday parties for special needs children.

Increasing clouds and breezy overnight, low near 23. Sunny on Wednesday, high around 33. 

tonight's headlines:

  • the Davenport Fire Department issues its annual holiday safety advisory,
  • a monthly look at the Illinois economy shows slow but steady growth,
  • cities across the state join in the Illinois bicentennial celebration.

Cloudy and breezy overnight, low 28. Sunny and breezy Tuesday - high near 38.

tonight's headlines:

  • Deere completes the largest acquisition in its history,
  • a new judge is chosen for eastern Iowa,
  • and a Maryland congressman brings his campaign for president to the QC.

It should be partly cloudy tonight with a low near 31. Sunny on Saturday, high 54. 

tonight's headlines:

  • a candidate planning to run for president in 2020 will visit the QC and eastern Iowa this weekend,
  • a study shows very few farmers would be affected by the estate tax,
  • and the latest scam targeting customers of Iowa American Water.

Mostly clear tonight with a low near 28. Sunny on Friday, high 52. 

tonight's headlines:

  • no primary races so far in Rock Island County as candidates file for next year's elections,
  • travel-related spending in the Quad Cities rose 2 per cent last year,
  • and Augustana College is fixing a campus landmark.

Cloudy overnight with a low near 35. Sunny on Thursday, high near 50. 

tonight's headlines:

  • The filing period for the March 2018 Illinois primary is underway, through next Monday,
  • the local option sales tax will help the Moline School District renovate buildings next year,
  • and Walcott plans to set up a tif district to help the I-80 Truck Stop expand.

Mostly clear overnight with a low near 28. Tomorrow sunny with a high near 47.

tonight's headlines:

  • WVIK and other non-profits will ask for your help tomorrow on Giving Tuesday,
  • a possible new use for the former Ashford University campus in Clinton,
  • and the Quad City Airport asks local businesses for help.

Increasing clouds overnight, low near 49. Cloudy on Tuesday, a slight chance of rain, high 56. 

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