Kishwaukee 81, Black Hawk 73: Black Hawk led 37-34 at the half, but failed to keep up with Kishwaukee, which out-rebounded BHC 38-30 in the Arrowhead Conference clash. Corielle Robinson led Black Hawk (13-14, 2-5) with 25 points and Tyler Houston tossed in 19.
St. Ambrose men's basketball coach Ray Shovlain announced United Township's Jake Meeske as the newest member of the Fighting Bees. The 6-foot-3 combo guard earned All-Western Big 6 team honors, was named to The Dispatch/Argus Metro All-Stars first team, averaging 14.3 points and 2.6 rebounds…
ROCK ISLAND – By finishing second in the CCIW regular season, the Augustana women's soccer team will host a CCIW Tournament semifinal game on Wednesday.
Stay-at-home mom Kristin Cadwallader started her home design blog with an audience composed entirely of friends and family, but after a few months she began receiving requests from companies for product reviews and endorsements.
MOLINE -- They never met the grandfather who set their family roots firmly in Moline, but Lagomarcino siblings Beth, Tom Jr., and Lisa Ambrosecontinue to carry his Italian heritage, values and lessons forward, sharing them with the community.
MOLINE — Sieglinde Wegehaupt Paulsen came to America in 1951. By then, the 13-year-old had seen brutality and kindness, enough to make her life a series of mountains and valleys.
MOLINE -- When John Norton's wife goes to use the couple's home computer, the first thing she normally has to do is switch off the Swedish language mode.
One hundred and fifty five years ago, the first bridge to cross the Mississippi River was completed between Rock Island and Davenport. Just 15 days later, the bridge was struck by a steamboat and burned.
DAVENPORT, 9 p.m. -- A gray blob of pixels slides down one of several monitors mounted around the walls of the Scott County Sheriff's Office dispatching center. The blob represents a winter storm that's been threatening all afternoon, and now it finally might reach the ragged lines that defi…
While wandering down a narrow trail bordered by moss-covered cement footings, it's difficult to imagine the steel plant that once stood on Sylvan Island -- nature has reclaimed what it once owned.
On a late June afternoon in 1845, rowboats departed both sides of the Mississippi River, pulling for the home of Col. George Davenport on Rock Island.