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.
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.
River Bandits Playoff Hopes End in Sweep by Chiefs
The River Bandits fell short in their attempt to repeat as Midwest League Champions when they lost 7-2 to the Peoria Chiefs at Modern Woodman Park last night.
United Way Needs 1500 Volunteers for Day of Caring
The United Way is looking for 1,500 area volunteers "to join the fight for health, education and financial stability" by volunteering on Thursday September 20.
You Don’t Only See 26 Friends on Facebook
You don't only see Facebook posts from 26 friends on Facebook even though it seems that way.
Now It’s Official: Portillo’s is Coming to Davenport
Until today, there hadn't been an official announcement that Portillo's is coming to Davenport.
QC Storm President Wants Business Support
Quad City Storm President Gwen Tombergs took to Facebook after what she characterized to the Quad City Times as a very challenging day for her and her staff.
Senator John McCain’s 2008 Davenport Campaign Stop in Pictures
Arizona Senator John McCain came to Davenport on October 11, 2008 for a campaign rally while running for President. Photographer Steve Pope was there.
Talking High School Football in the Quad Cities
It’s the start of the local high school and college football season with games beginning Thursday night. If you want more, here's two events you need to know about.
Only Sure Bet About Portillo’s Re-zoning: Everyone Won’t Be Happy
The Davenport City Council has advanced the development proposal toward final consideration next week.
Help Build the Quad Cities Miracle Field
The Davenport and Iowa Rotary Clubs want to build a Miracle Field to help kids with physical, mental or developmental disabilities experience baseball safely.