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John Deere Road Lanes To Close As Road Work Resumes
You didn't even have the option to zipper merge your way out of traffic congestion last summer as the John Deere Road reconstruction project began.
Last year's work resulted in three beautiful new concrete eastbound lanes from 34th Street through to 70th...
I-74 Widening Begins This Summer
Construction on the new I-74 bridge has been getting all the press, but the roadway itself will undergo dramatic changes as part of the bridge construction.
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 2/28/18
Buh-bye February...
1 - Clouds and rain are the call for today. Showers could turn to snow tomorrow morning. Your Local 4 News Pinpoint Forecast is here.
2 - More 'Get The Led Out' tickets are up for grabs at 7:20am and 4:20pm today...
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 12/29
More snow is on the way...
1 - The Quad Cities can expect 3-6" of snow today, beginning late morning and continuing through the day. A Winter Weather Warning is in effect. Here is your Local 4 News Pinpoint Forecast.
2 - It's perfect weather for hockey...
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 12/11
I finally got my Christmas tree up. I still have to put on the decorations. It's a process. I'll post a pic when it's done.
1 - Stray snow showers will occur throughout the day with the bulk of the action happening this morning. No accumulations are expected...
Craig’s List: 4 Things to Know – 11/27
One more shot of warm weather today...
1 - Temps will rise into the 60's again today with a warm southerly breeze. Things will return to more November conditions by Wednesday. Your forecast details are here.
2 - The Quad City Mallards won their first road game with a shoutout at Kansas City yeste…
John Deere Road Lanes Reopening for Winter
John Deere Road is one of the busiest thoroughfares in the Quad Cities and for the past year plus, it has been a maze of lane and intersection closures. Construction to widen the roadway to three lanes in either direction with additional lanes for turning have made John Deere Road even more congeste…

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