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Earnings and revenue fell for Lee Enterprises in the third quarter. Friday the media company based in Davenport and owner of the Quad City Times, reported net income during April, May, and June of 4.8 million dollars - down from 6.3 million a year ago.

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On Midwest Week - sandbags, President Clinton, and Bon Jovi tickets - remembering the record-setting flood of 1993.

With the Iowa primary less than a month away, all six democrats running for governor will debate in the Quad Cities this weekend. Co-sponsored by KWQC-tv and the Quad City Times, it'll be held on Sunday night in the studios of KWQC in Davenport.

Revenue and profits fell for Lee Enterprises during the second quarter. Thursday the newspaper company based in Davenport which owns the Quad City Times and Argus and Dispatch, reported earnings of 2.5 million dollars, or 4 cents per diluted share.

On Midwest Week, some major decisions are coming up for the board of the Quad City Airport, including hiring a new director and where to find new revenue.

Despite growing revenue from digital services, earnings fell for Lee Enterprises. Wednesday the media company based in Davenport reported financial results for the fiscal year that ended in September. 

Hoping to produce more measurable results, the United Way has implemented a new way to fund local agencies. 

On Midwest Week, why one of our most popular sports might be "under siege."

One year after a Quad Cities veteran committed suicide, the V-A has announced results of its investigation.

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Another young player gets his first victory at the John Deere Classic.

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