Moline

Flood Nearly Over?

Jun 11, 2019
National Weather Service

The Great Flood of 2019 may finally end soon. 

Oh No, Not Again !

May 24, 2019
National Weather Service

After several days of no change, the Mississippi River is starting to rise again, and should reach well into what's considered "major flooding" by early next week.

Calvary Lutheran Church

This weekend, a church in Moline will honor four of its members who were killed in action during World War II and Korea. 

Moline Parks and Recreation Department

Following this spring's record flood, the Ben Butterworth Parkway in Moline will stay closed until further notice.

submitted / Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District

MetroLINK and Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri will celebrate mass transit tomorrow in the Quad Cities and Chicago. Along with hundreds of transportation agencies across the country, they'll participate in "Get On Board Day."

City of Moline

Tuesday, April 16th, Moline welcomes a new city administrator. 

Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

(This story was broadcast on 4/8/2019. See below for an update.)

Some people who live near I-74 and 7th Avenue are having trouble sleeping because of work on the bridge project.

Michelle O'Neill has more on the source of the late night noise and when it'll end.


A very visible step in the multi-year project to build a new I-74 Bridge is scheduled to start later this week. Beginning Thursday night, through Monday in Moline, crews will "remove" the Iowa-bound I-74 viaduct.

Municipal elections will be held in Illinois Tuesday. Voters will elect aldermen and school board members, plus decide some tax questions.

WVIK News

Residents and business owners can help plan the future of one of Moline's busiest streets. Wednesday night the city will hold an open house to look at possible future plans for the Avenue of the Cities.

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