Rob grew up in the Chicago suburbs and is happy to return to the Midwest after spending six years in Lubbock, Texas. He's been married to his wife Kathy for 15 years and they're the proud parents of a rescued Greyhound named JJ. Rob roots for the Cubs, doesn't put ketchup on hot dogs and never met a pizza he didn't like.
I-74 Lane Reductions and Closure Under Ave. of the Cities Bridge
The I-74 River Bridge Facebook page detailed some lane reductions and a full closure of I-74 Eastbound/Southbound this weekend.
The Quad Cities First Snow of the Season Expected Tonight
We could see between one and two inches of snow tonight in the Quad Cities.
First American State Bank to Become First National Bank
First American State Bank, with two locations in the Quad Cities, is changing it's name to First National Bank.
Former Cubs Catcher Waiting for Job In Chicago?
Some people around baseball believe for former Cubs catcher and Yankees Manager Joe Girardi might wait a year so he can manage in Chicago.
Davenport Issues Flood Update
The City of Davenport announced on their Facebook page that the Mississippi River crested at 18.12 feet earlier today, Saturday October 13.
Moline Shuts Down River Drive Because of Rising Flood Waters
River Drive is shut down between 23rd and 55th streets in Moline because of rising flood waters.
Get Your Aggression Out by Hatchet Throwing at NorthPark Mall
Have you ever been so angry you've wanted to throw a hatchet? Now you can at Live Action Games in Davenport's NorthPark Mall.
No Shortage of Places to Celebrate Oktoberfest In the QC
If you like German style beers and parties then you're in luck. There's no shortage of places in and around the Quad Cities to celebrate Oktoberfest!
Register to Vote at Voter Registration Rally
Tuesday September 25 is National Voter Registration Day and the Scott County Auditor and the Rock Island County Clerk are throwing a rally to get us registered.
Women’s Basketball Tournament to Stay in Moline Through 2021
The Missouri Valley Conference announced an extension to keep Hoops In The Heartland, their Women's Basketball Conference Tournament, in Moline through 2021.