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Quad-City emergency responders and health-care providers scrambled during the early morning hours Monday when a mix of sleet and freezing rain iced sidewalks and roads.

\u201cIt has been a busy morning for Genesis Medical Center emergency departments,\u201d said Craig Cooper, senior communications specialist for Genesis Health System.

In Genesis emergency departments in Davenport, as of 8:45 a.m., 16 patients already had been treated with injuries related to falls, with hurt wrists, ankles and heads.

Patients were being examined for broken bones, and those with head injuries were being examined for concussions, cuts and scrapes from hitting their heads on surfaces.

At Genesis Medical Center, Silvis, two fall patients were treated, as were patients from three vehicle crashes who were headed to the Tyson meat-packing plant in Joslin, Cooper said.

Most of the falls were close to home for the patients, who slipped on steps, sidewalks and driveways.

A glaze of ice on the Quad-City area began as precipitation about 4 a.m., according to Tim Gross, meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Davenport. The mix of sleet and freezing rain transitioned to freezing rain, he said, leaving up to a tenth of an inch of ice in localized areas throughout the Quad-Cities.

The air temperature stayed below freezing until about 10 a.m. Monday, he said, when rain began to fall. Dense fog moved in during the afternoon, with visibility near zero at times, and was forecast to remain until Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service was predicting a cloudy day with a high near 38 Tuesday.

Drivers, too, faced slippery surfaces. According to Rock Island County Sheriff Gerry Bustos, deputies and East Moline police kept busy from 5:30 a.m. until about 8 a.m. with a string of minor one- and two-vehicle crashes on Interstate 88, from the Interstate 80 crossover to milepost 6.

In Davenport, crews prepared for the freezing rain at 9:30 p.m. Sunday and continued salting snow routes until about 10 a.m.

Because of the ice, Davenport canceled Monday's solid-waste collection. It will be collected one day late this week. The same was true in Bettendorf, and Rock Island is delaying curbside recycling by one day this week.

Davenport CitiBus riders also were advised the bus may experience delays because of slick conditions.

Davenport and Rock Island police reported no major crashes because of the ice.

A MidAmerican Energy representative said the ice caused no power outages in the Quad-Cities area.

Bruce Goacher of Goacher Towing, Davenport, said he towed only one vehicle \u2014\u00a0a pickup \u2014\u00a0that had slid into a ditch on Northwest Boulevard because of the ice.

On Tuesday, cloudy skies will bring a 20 percent chance of drizzle and patchy fog in the morning, with a high in the upper 30s. Tuesday night will be mostly cloudy with a low in the upper 20s.

\"Anything on the ground that's wet will freeze again Tuesday night,\" Gross said.\u00a0

Wednesday will be mostly sunny, with highs in the middle 40s. Highs will be in the upper 40s Thursday, when there's a 30 percent chance of rain after midnight.

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MILWAUKEE \u2014 When Chasson Randle walked out onto the court at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Monday afternoon, he glanced to his right and momentarily thought maybe he had stumbled back into the old hometown.

Everywhere he looked there were familiar faces, and most of them were dressed in red and gold. It looked like a little piece of Rock Island had picked up and moved to Milwaukee.

\u201cIt was so warming to see that during warmups,\" Randle admitted. \u201cWhen I saw the red and gold, it kind of felt like home.\"

At times, Randle played the way he did back in his glory days with the Rocks as he tossed in 10 points in only his second NBA game, helping the Philadelphia 76ers to a 113-104 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.

Within a minute after entering the game in the middle of the first quarter, he swished a 3-point field goal, then added another one a few minutes later. He later scored on a drive and added a couple of free throws.

Not everything went perfectly. He also committed five fouls and had one 3-point attempt swatted a few rows into the seats by Milwaukee\u2019s Giannis Antetokounmpo. But Randle impressed 76ers coach Brett Brown, who thought his rookie guard played \u201ca really, really important\" role in the win.

\u201cWhen he came in, he went bang, bang and hit those threes and didn\u2019t flinch, was playing downhill, was playing with a level of confidence,\" Brown said. \u201cI liked his defense. I thought the five fouls that he had, he used them well. He was physical. He got his hands on balls, the 50-50 stuff, the me-or-you stuff, he came up with a few of those.\"

Randle was signed to a 10-day contract by the 76ers last week after spending the first two months of this season with the New York Knicks\u2019 D League affiliate in Westchester, New York.

He became only the fifth player from the metro Quad-Cities to play in the NBA, the first since Ricky Davis played his final game with the Los Angeles Clippers in 2010. The others to have reached basketball\u2019s highest level are Don Nelson, Steve Kuberski and Acie Earl.

Guys who come in on 10-day deals don\u2019t often see significant playing time, and Randle didn\u2019t play at all until getting in for the final 5 minutes, 31 seconds of a game at Washington on Saturday night. He rose up and swished a 27-foot jumper with 33 seconds left in that game and admitted that eased the pressure on him considerably.

He said before that, he was feeling jitters more significant than anything he ever encountered when he was leading Rocky to a state championship or Stanford University to an NIT title.

\u201cI\u2019m just glad I got it out of the way, to be honest,\" Randle said before taking the floor Monday.

\u201cI\u2019m just kind of glad I got my chance,\" he added. \u201cI can just focus on basketball now.\"

When the 76ers learned that starting point guard T.J. McConell was going to be sidelined with a sprained wrist for Monday\u2019s game, it meant Randle became the backup point guard behind veteran Sergio Rodriguez.

The ever-modest Randle gave credit to his teammates for giving him a crash course on the team\u2019s playbook and to the coaches for helping him prepare with film work.

He said he just focused on staying calm, knowing he was going to play more.

\u201cHe\u2019s always taken advantage of his opportunities and stepped up,\" said Rock Island coach Thom Sigel, who was among those red-and-gold-clad fans at the north end of the arena. \u201cThen he comes in and hits those first two threes. I guess it doesn\u2019t shock me \u2026 He was ready for the moment.\"

Randle\u2019s parents watched from seats behind the Philadelphia bench, and his father, Willie, admitted at halftime that he liked the way his son was playing.

\u201cIt\u2019s a process,\" Willie Randle said. \u201cHe still needs to get adjusted to the speed and the power of the game.\"

Chasson admitted that he is a different player now from the one he was when he first came out of Stanford in 2015.

\u201cI think my mentality has changed a little bit,\" he said. \u201cMy knowledge of the game has grown. I\u2019ve spent some time overseas and kind of got a chance to learn the ins and out of being a professional. I think that\u2019s how I\u2019ve grown as a player.\"

After Monday\u2019s game, Randle wandered out to courtside and found all those Rocky fans sitting there in one section waiting for him. For the next 20 minutes, there were all sorts of hugs and high-fives with people he hadn\u2019t seen for awhile and perhaps some he barely knows.

\u201cNice to see a lot of familiar faces make the trip,\" Sigel said. \u201cI think even people that don\u2019t know him well think they have a connection to him because of the type of guy he is.\"

Randle\u2019s 10-day contract is up later this week, and that could mean the end to his NBA career although his performance Monday helps immensely.

\u201cI\u2019m just living one day at a time,\" he said. \u201cI can\u2019t look too far ahead. Today was great, but I just need to keep moving forward. We\u2019ll celebrate tonight and then tomorrow is a new day.\"

He admitted, however, he could really get used to the NBA way of life.

\u201cAbsolutely. Absolutely,\" he said with a smile. \u201cI\u2019m living in a fantasy world right.\"

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UPDATE: Researchers trapped one bald eagle Saturday somewhere along Pool 16 of the Mississippi River between Muscatine and Rock Island. Handlers attached a transmitter to the bird and plan to track its travels.


PREVIOUS STORY: It\u2019s no mystery that scores of bald eagles congregate\u00a0this time of year along the Mississippi River corridor in the Quad-Cities, but where exactly will they fly off to once the weather turns in the spring?

\u201cEach bird takes on its own personality,\u201d said Sara Schmuecker, biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service\u2019s Rock Island Field Office.

To study their migratory patterns, Schmuecker and other researches with the federal agency and West Virginia University set out this week to trap birds and outfit them with tracking transmitters.

Using deer carcasses as bait, crews set up rocket net traps at seven land-based sites in the area, from Exelon\u2019s nuclear power plant in Cordova to about 80 miles southwest in the Port Louisa National Wildlife Refuge in Wapello, Iowa. Boat crews also deploy homemade water traps to lure eagles near area locks and dams.\u00a0

They hit the ground running on Tuesday, but as of Friday afternoon, they had yet to catch any birds.

\u201cIt\u2019s been very tough,\u201d said Dr. Trish Miller, a wildlife biologist at West Virginia University who has studied and tracked eagles for more than a decade. \u201cThe animals don\u2019t always cooperate.\u201d

However, they\u2019re currently collecting data from about 30 eagles they\u2019ve captured and released in the Quad-City area since launching the Midwest Bald Eagle Project four years ago.

Researchers primarily want to study how the iconic animals navigate the landscape and conflicts with human activities \u2014 mainly wind turbines, communication towers and other structures \u2014 when they take flight. \u00a0

Multi-step process

Once they trap an eagle, handlers place tiny leather hoods over the bird's head and beak to protect themselves and the eagles.

They then attach the transmitter, a GPS-GSM telemetry unit, to the bird's body. Using Teflon ribbon,\u00a0a non-abrasive material, they secure the transmitter like a backpack, using the ribbon to create a harness.

The tiny transmitter, which weighs between 60 and 70 grams, allows researchers to follow the migration path of the eagles, as well as their speed and altitude.\u00a0

Each bird also receives a silver band around its leg that includes an identifying number.

Additionally, researchers take several measurements of the birds' beaks and legs, pull feather samples and draw small samples of blood to confirm the sex of the bird and detect any lead contamination. Lead likely comes from the animals they eat, including deer or other animals that have been shot or fish with lead sinkers.

On Monday, as Schmuecker geared up for her \"favorite week of the year,\" her hands reeked of fish from tying noose-like wire snares to gizzard shad her team uses to draw eagles on the water. It's their most successful trapping method.

They link the dead fish to a wooden block and drop the contraption in the water. When an eagle attempts to grab the fish, the snares tighten its talons and pull it into the water. The wood acts as an anchor, preventing it from flying away.

Jeremiah Haas, the fishery biologist at\u00a0Exelon\u2019s Quad-Cities Generating Station, said the plant donates fish from its hatchery for the cause. Haas, who is assisting the visiting researchers, said he also gathered roadkill for the land-based traps. \u00a0

\"It\u2019s a long week for me, but it's fun,\" he said. \"There are a lot of folks working to try and make this happen.\"

'Incredible flyers'\u00a0

In March\u00a02015, a river crew trapped one bird near Modern Woodmen Park and nicknamed it Ferris. That spring, Ferris flew to Cambridge Bay in the Northwest Territories of Canada and back to the Quad-Cities the following winter, totaling about 8,300 miles of travel.

In the spring of 2016, it flew farther north \u2014 across Cambridge Bay.

Earlier this week, Schmuecker pulled out her smartphone and checked on Ferris' status. Sure enough, she discovered the bird returned to the Quad-Cities yet again.\u00a0

\"He is on Arsenal Island right now,\" she said.\u00a0

Miller, who lives in West Virginia with her husband and has family in the Quad-Cities, called Ferris' journey a \"testament to what incredible flyers they (eagles) are.\"

Last spring, a team removed Arconic's two juvenile eagles from their nest, and Miller\u00a0fastened tracking devices to both of them. \u00a0

This year,\u00a0Schmuecker said they hope to band another 30 birds and eventually bring their total to as many as 100 eagles.\u00a0

They will continue their work through Sunday and return again for another week of trapping in February.\u00a0

To 'learn' and 'protect'

Beginning Jan. 17, wind turbine farmers can apply for 30-year permits that allow them to kill or injure a certain amount of eagles every year without fear of prosecution.

The birds are not endangered species but are protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. The laws prohibit killing, selling or otherwise harming eagles, their nests or eggs without a permit.

Specifically, the new regulation will allow wind companies to operate high-speed turbines for up to 30 years and kill up to 4,200 bald eagles.

As populations of the species increase, so do the number of developments that threaten the birds, said Kraig McPeek, supervisor of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service\u2019s Rock Island Field Office.

\"We think wind energy is a valuable resource, but we also think protecting bald eagles is a valuable way to spend taxpayer dollars,\" he said, calling their project more \"relevant\" now than ever. \"Without a doubt, we\u2019re beginning to reap benefits from our investments.\"\u00a0

Miller said their data will help them devise ways to mitigate the dangers eagles face.\u00a0

\u201cBald eagles are amazing birds,\" she added. \"We need to learn more about their behavior in order to protect them.\"

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Local media leaders will host a free panel discussion about the rise of fake news at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6 at Davenport Public Library - Eastern Avenue Branch, 6000 Eastern Ave. Topics will include the definition of fake news, how to recognize it, how it is spread and its influence on events.

The panel discussion will feature Alan Sivell, St. Ambrose University journalism professor; Autumn Phillips, Quad-City Times executive editor; Gary Metivier, KWQC-TV anchor; Herb Trix, WVIK news editor and Peter Rugg, a freelance journalist.

For more information, visit www.davenportlibrary.com or call 563-326-7832.

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Muscatine Police and Sheriff

Jan. 13, 8:30 a.m., 700 block Liberty Street, disturbance, arrest.

Jan. 13, 8:47 a.m., 400 block E. Third Street, warrant, arrest.

Jan. 13, 10:35 a.m., 700 block Lake Park Boulevard, theft, report.

Jan. 13, 11:07 a.m., 400 block Walnut Street, warrant, arrest.

Jan. 13, 11:49 a.m., 1200 block N. Columbus Street, burglary, report.

Jan. 13, 2:39 p.m., 2000 block Logan Street, warrant, arrest.

Jan. 13, 3:14 p.m., 200 block E. Second Street, theft, report.

Jan. 13, 5:43 p.m., Highway 927/Taylor Avenue, reckless driver, arrest.

Jan. 13, 7:01 p.m., E. Fourth Street/Mulberry Avenue, traffic stop, arrest.

Jan. 13, 7:09 p.m., 3400 block N. Highway 61, suspicious activity, arrest.

Jan. 13, 8:49 p.m., Highway 61/Vail Avenue, traffic stop, arrest.

Jan. 13, 8:54 p.m., 400 block Walnut Street, warrant, arrest.

Jan. 14, 3:15 a.m., 1300 block Cedar Street, domestic/family, arrest.

Jan. 14, 4:41 a.m., 500 block Maple Avenue, stolen/recovered vehicle, report.

Jan. 14, 5:44 a.m., 1400 block Cedar Street, theft, arrest.

Jan. 14, 9:41 a.m., 500 block Woodlawn Avenue, burglary, report.

Jan. 14, 2:21 p.m., 3300 block Highway 22, traffic stop, arrest.

Jan. 14, 3:10 p.m., 2400 block Stewart Road, gas drive off, report.

Jan. 14, 3:28 p.m., 300 block W. Third Street, attempt to locate, arrest.

Jan. 14, 4:29 p.m., 3600 block Palms Drive, criminal mischief, report.

Jan. 15, 12:15 a.m., 200 block N. Calhoun Street, domestic/family, arrest.

Jan. 15, 1:56 a.m., 170th Street/Sweetland Acres Lane, intoxicated driver, arrest.

Jan. 15, 2:32 a.m., 1800 block Duncan Drive, animal call, report.

Jan. 15, 9:33 a.m., 100 block Sherman Street, stolen/recovered vehicle, report.

Jan. 15, 10:04 a.m., E. Fourth Street/Chestnut Street, accident, report.

Jan. 15, 11:08 a.m., 3400 block N. Highway 61, accident, report.

Jan. 15, 1:46 p.m., 500 block Mulberry Avenue, suspicious activity, arrest.

Jan. 15, 3:28 p.m., 1000 block First Avenue, burglary, report.

Jan. 15, 8:13 p.m., 1100 block Sycamore Street, accident, report.

Jan. 15, 10 p.m., 400 block Walnut Street, warrant, arrest.

Jan. 15, 10:20 p.m., 1600 block N. Isett Avenue, traffic stop, arrest.

Jan. 15, 10:52 p.m., 200 block Walnut Street, assault, report.

Jan. 16, 4:35 a.m., 1400 block Buell Street, hit and run, report.

Jan. 16, 5:25 a.m., 3000 block N. Highway 61, accident, report.

Muscatine Fire and Ambulance

Jan. 13, 10:15 a.m., 1700 Park Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 10:15 a.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 10:19 a.m., 2002 Cedar St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 11:20 a.m., 107 Iowa Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 11:33 a.m., 3440 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 1:43 p.m., 1111 First Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 2:41 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 2:47 p.m., 154 North St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 4:30 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 5:23 p.m., 2518 S. 57th St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 5:51 p.m., 912 Nebraska St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 7:46 p.m., 1015 E. Seventh St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 8:15 p.m., 1107 Dolliver St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 13, 11:19 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 12:17 a.m., 207 McArthur St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 3:49 a.m., 109 W. Fifth St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 4:34 a.m., 2852 Rolling Meadow Lane, emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 9 a.m., 207 McArthur St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 9:47 a.m., 1620 Park Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 11:46 a.m., 3003 Harmony Lane, emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 2:05 p.m., 1216 Kirston Ct., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 4:54 p.m., 2005 Crestline Drive, emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 4:58 p.m., 3000 N. Highway 61, emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 6:18 p.m., 2421 Lutheran Drive, emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 6:26 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 6:31 p.m., 2301 University Drive, unintentional smoke detector activation.

Jan. 14, 6:43 p.m., 513 E. Sixth St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 7:12 p.m., 2128 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 9:07 p.m., 3115 N. Highway 61, unintentional smoke detector activation.

Jan. 14, 9:43 p.m., Colony Drive/Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 10:59 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 14, 11 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 12:47 a.m., 1107 Dolliver St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 5:11 a.m., 2421 Lutheran Drive, emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 7:49 a.m., 2421 Lutheran Drive, emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 8:54 a.m., 207 McArthur St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 1:51 p.m., 1518 Mulberry Ave., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 2:41 p.m., 127 Middle Rd., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 4:35 p.m., 2736 Brookview Rd., emergency medical services.

Jan. 15, 7:09 p.m., 140 Main St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 16, 12:11 a.m., 1126 Knott St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 16, 12:17 a.m., 313 W. Seventh St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 16, 12:36 a.m., 207 McArthur St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 16, 3:37 a.m., 812 W. Third St., emergency medical services.

Jan. 16, 6:12 a.m., 1317 E. Fifth St., emergency medical services.

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Two free Twiga Foundation BLOCK Fest sessions will be 10 and 11:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at Moline Public Library, 3210 41st St., Moline. To register,visit molinelibrary.com/register.html or calling the library, 309-524-2480. Space is limited.

Interactive block play will foster math, science and logic skills growth in young children. Each of the two identical programs is designed for children ages 8 months to 8 years, and allows caregivers an opportunity to interact with their children through a variety of block activities.

Sesions will guide participants through five unique varieties of non-interlocking blocks, allowing children to play and explore while caregivers learn educational benefits from a trained facilitator.

Sponsors are the Child Abuse Council, All Our Kids Network, Northern Illinois University and Moline Public Library.

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A free public discussion on \u201cBuilding Success in Our Kids\u201d will be 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, at Rock Island Main Library, 401 19th St. For more information, visit rockislandlibrary.org, call 309-732-7323, or follow the library on Facebook or Twitter.

Participants will discuss methods to bridge the opportunity gap in the Rock Island and Milan communities. Facilitators will be Dan McNeil, Spring Forward Learning Center and the Rev. Dwight Ford, Grace City Church, both of Rock Island.

The community forum is a follow up by Robert Putnam, professor and author of \u201cOur Kids: The American Dream in Crisis.\u201d Putnam says that the American dream of equal opportunity is threatened by a growing gap between kids from the upper third of the social hierarchy and their peers from the lower third.

Local libraries distributed free copies of Putnam's book in December. The book distribution, along with follow-up programming at local libraries, was made possible through grant support from the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.

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A free \u201cFood for Life: Cancer Project,\u201d a four-week series led by Jill Cirivello, will begin Tuesday, Jan. 24. Participants will meet 6\u20137:45 p.m. Tuesdays at Gilda\u2019s Club of the Quad-Cities, 1234 E. River Drive, Davenport.

Cirivello is certified as a Food for Life instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. She also is a registered nurse and has worked in developing wellness programs for employees. For more details and to register, call Gilda\u2019s Club at 563-326-7504 or email gc@gildasclubqc.org.

The four-class series covers a variety of cancer-related nutrition topics and demonstrates how to prepare several meals loaded with antioxidants and phytochemicals, high-fiber and low-fat foods and healthy dairy alternatives. The series dates and topics include:

\u2022 Jan. 24: \"Introduction to How Foods Fight Cancer\"

\u2022 Jan. 31: \"Fueling Up on Low-Fat, High-Fiber Foods\"

\u2022 Feb. 7: \"Discovering Dairy and Meat Alternatives\"

\u2022 Feb. 14: \"Cancer-Fighting Compounds and Healthy Weight Control\"

Food for Life is an award-winning program designed by physicians, nurses and registered dietitians that offers cancer, diabetes, weight management, employee wellness and children\u2019s classes. Each class includes information about how certain foods and nutrients work to promote health, along with cooking demonstrations of simple and nutritious recipes.

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Daily Record routinely publishes public records available through government agencies.

Births

GENESIS BIRTHCENTER, DAVENPORT

Christine Pak and Joe Agostinelli, Rock Island, boy, Dec. 31.

Cynthia Sanders, Oxford, Iowa, girl, Jan. 1.

Danielle and Matthew King, Bettendorf, girl, Jan. 1.

Nichol Riley and Joshua Graham, Eldridge, boy, Jan. 2.

Allision and Michael Voss, Davenport, boy, Jan. 2.

Terica Hudson, Davenport, boy, Jan. 2.

Marquita Lewis, Davenport, boy, Jan. 3.

TRINITY MOLINE

Vicky Torres and Miguel Cortes, Moline, girl, Jan. 11.

Brittany and Ryan Rokis, Geneseo, Illinois, boy, Jan. 13.

Fire calls

BETTENDORF

Sunday

Investigations: 2.

EMS calls: 8.

DAVENPORT

Sunday

3:44 a.m., 1130 W. 53rd St., building fire.

False alarms: 2.

Investigations: 6.

EMS calls: 47.

EAST MOLINE

Sunday

EMS calls: 7.

MOLINE

Sunday

EMS calls: 12.

ROCK ISLAND

Sunday

11:17 p.m., 4005 24th St., assist.

False alarm: 1.

EMS calls: 15.

Bankruptcies

IOWA

Latisha Chaunt\u00e9\u00a0Griffin, 643 E. 46th St., No. 16, Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 20.

Latanya Lynette\u00a0Mosley, 719 Sylvan Court, Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 20.

Edward Andrew\u00a0Shuttleworth, 1810 W. 48th St., Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 20.

Wayne R.\u00a0Spencer, 5118 Ripley St., Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 20.

George P.\u00a0Satuito, 3434 Towne Pointe Drive, Bettendorf, Chapter 13, filed Dec. 21.

Minta M.\u00a0Vannier, 216 East Central Drive, Eldridge, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 22.

Bruce Michael and Ronda Kay\u00a0Bailey, 2102 E. 32nd Court, Davenport, Chapter 13, filed Dec. 22.

Matthew David\u00a0Swanson, 660 E. Colorado St., Davenport, Chapter 13, filed Dec. 23.

Jessica M.\u00a0Thorson, 5220 Candlelight Drive, Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 27.

Christopher T.\u00a0Pikis, 2717 W. Central Park Ave., Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 27.

DeMarco James\u00a0McCart, 1410 Jones St., LeClaire, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 28.

Kimberly Lynn\u00a0Kobilka, 2914 W. 68th St., Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 29.

Ramon Valderrama\u00a0Gaona, 3336 E. Kimberly Road, No. 303, Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 29.

Charles W.\u00a0Ray, 840 E. Iowa St., No. 3C, Eldridge, Chapter 13, filed Dec. 29.

Jennifer Jean\u00a0Zavala, 5112 N. Fairmount, Lot 126, Davenport, Chapter 7, filed Dec. 29.

Dennis W.\u00a0Beale, 2655 Tech Drive, No. 6, Bettendorf, Chapter 7, filed Jan. 4.

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MUSCATINE, Iowa \u2014 Great River Days is coming to a close after leaders of the event\u2019s board of directors were told the event would likely not be allowed on the riverfront in the near future.

Great River Days, Inc., the non-profit organization run by volunteers, has decided to discontinue the Great River Days festival. Great River Days, Inc., has run the festival since 2009, but the event has been a summer staple in Muscatine for almost 60 years.

Kerry Keller, the president of the Great River Days board, and Mike Ritchie, the vice president, said they are announcing the decision \"with (a) heavy heart.\"

\"I want to thank the community for all the years of support for the event,\u201d Keller said.

The board put in a request for the use of city property for the event on Nov. 29, Keller said, and the request was approved by the Recreation Advisory Commission at its December meeting. Before the matter was brought to the Muscatine City Council, Keller said City Administrator Gregg Mandsager asked for a meeting, which Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Greg Jenkins also attended.

\u201cWe had the impression from the start of that meeting that there were concerns about the event,\u201d Keller said.

Although Mandsager said no formal decision on a recommendation had been made, he and others felt no large events should be held on the riverfront during the construction on Mississippi Drive.

\"We've been talking about this,\" Mandsager said. \"What triggered it was Kerry submitted GRD's request, so we real quick started having this conversation and haven't made any final decisions; but from discussions to date, we don't believe we can safely hold large events on the riverfront.\"

However, the construction, Ritchie said, was brought up by Keller when asking how it would interfere with access to the event.

The negatives brought up at the meeting, Keller said, were loud music, gang activity and the suggestion that the event was not family friendly.

\u201cWe feel that this has always been a family-friendly event,\u201d he said. \u201cWe\u2019ve always had three or four nights of different entertainment.\u201d

While he has heard of some minor issues, Keller said the Muscatine Police Department has always had a presence at the event.

\u201cOur police department is a wonderful group to have around at events like this because they know the people that are involved, they can keep their eye on them,\u201d he said. \u201cAnd they have a way to resolve issues quietly and discreetly before they escalate.\u201d

The wide variety of music at the event, and the carnival run by CDAC, Inc., held in conjunction with Great River Days, meant a wide variety of age groups also attended, Keller said. He added between 1,500-2,000 people attend the event and, including the carnival, the number of attendants could be close to 3,000.

Because the event does not bring in a large amount of revenue\u00a0\u2014 Keller said it often barely breaks even financially\u00a0\u2014 he and other volunteers felt without support from the city and with the possibility of not being permitted to hold Great River Days on the riverfront, the event will be cancelled.

\u201cIf the city administration itself isn\u2019t going to be behind the event, is it going to be less successful or be detrimental to the event?\u201d Ritchie asked.

The board felt it would be detrimental and decided not to risk moving forward with investing more funds in the 2017 event, for which the planning began in December, only to face the possibility of not being permitted to hold the event on the riverfront.

Those organizing the carnival still hope to come to Muscatine this summer, Keller said.

\"I am working with them right now to find a home for them to be this summer on the same weekend,\u201d he said.

Jenkins and Mandsager said they have also been discussing the possibility of needing to move other events, like the Fourth of July fireworks, to locations other than the riverfront to accommodate the construction planned to begin this year on Mississippi Drive.

\"It's really just large events in general in the middle of a large construction project,\" Mandsager said.

Both said there could be an opportunity to start thinking about a \"signature event\" for Muscatine, and what that event could look like.

\"At the same time we, I think, agree that it is a good time for us to try to put people in a room to talk about what sort of event would we like to put on if we can take a look at it,\" Jenkins said. \"There hasn't been anything decided, nothing like that, but why not get some people in a room and have a discussion.\"

While discussing the possibility of a new Muscatine event, Mandsager and Jenkins said they would value input from Great River Days organizers.

\"It's no small feat to put an event on that could be run two or three days, so that takes a lot of coordination and effort,\" Jenkins said. \"The Great River Days guys have a lot of experience doing that so nobody's trying to say they haven't worked hard to get that where it is today, but can we do something that is in concert with that to make it a better signature event that everybody in the community comes to.\"

Nothing formal has been decided, Mandsager said, but the initial conversation was held to discuss the possibility of a new event, past issues with Great River Days because of the request for use of city property and the Mississippi Drive Corridor Project.

Keller said while he would be willing to offer advice, the time has come for him to retire from organizing a large event. So for Great River Days, year 58 was the last.

\"Every year I say I\u2019m going to retire, and this just gives me the motivation,\" Keller said.

He and Ritchie said they wanted to thank the countless volunteers and all the city staff who have helped make the event possible over the years.

\"They\u2019ve all stepped forward and supported this event, and I know they\u2019ve bent over backward to help us out,\" Keller said.

For the past 15 years he has been involved with the event, Keller said he and other volunteers have tried to fill it with fun activities for all ages and good music.

\"For everybody that\u2019s supported that thank you,\" he said.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Muscatine Journal General Manager Jaime Limoges is a volunteer board member with Great River Days.

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The driver of a vehicle who died Friday night in a fiery crash in rural Galena was identified Monday by Jo Daviess County Sheriff's Office.\u00a0

Robert M. Breed of Elizabeth, Illinois, was traveling east on U.S. 20 West when he veered off the roadway, struck a sign and crashed into an embankment east of West Longhollow Road.\u00a0

The 67-year-old man's vehicle caught on fire after striking several trees and shrubs, according to a news release. Breed was trapped inside.\u00a0

Upon arrival, deputies and Galena Territory Security removed the driver's window and attempted to extinguish the fire and extricate the driver, but their efforts were unsuccessful.

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SPRINGFIELD \u2014 The first bill introduced in the Illinois Senate during the new session of the General Assembly that began Wednesday is reserved for a long-awaited overhaul of the way the state funds public schools.

But a plan hasn\u2019t been unveiled yet because a commission that Gov. Bruce Rauner convened this summer is still working out specifics.

With the commission\u2019s Feb. 1 deadline roughly two weeks away, a draft report issued last week shows there are several items on which lawmakers of both parties and both legislative chambers have yet to reach a consensus. Among those issues is how to define what constitutes adequate funding for each school district across the state.

Despite the remaining work, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are hopeful that an overhaul of Illinois\u2019 education funding formula can be part of a \u201cgrand bargain\u201d on the state budget and other issues.

A bipartisan package of bills that includes tax increases, spending cuts, new casino licenses and a host of other issues has been introduced in the Senate, and committee hearings are expected to begin as soon as next week on some portions. The effort has the backing of both Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, and Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno, R-Lemont.

\u201cThe most important piece of that package, to me, is school funding reform,\u201d state Sen. Andy Manar, D-Bunker Hill, said Monday.

Manar, who\u2019s been working on the issue since arriving in the Senate in 2013, said the commission has brought lawmakers from both parties and both legislative chambers together with Rauner administration officials for a productive conversation.

\u201cI don\u2019t think we\u2019ve unearthed an easier way to accomplish school funding reform in Illinois,\u201d he said. \u201cI think it\u2019s as difficult today as it ever has been since we started this conversation.\u201d

Previous reform efforts have faltered because of the political difficulties of passing legislation that would either shift money from wealthier school districts to poorer ones or result in a large increase in state spending. The issue often breaks down along both partisan and regional lines.

Given those challenges, tying school funding to the larger discussion of a budget compromise could be essential to passing legislation, said state Sen. Jason Barickman, R-Bloomington, who has been a leader for his caucus on the issue.

\u201cIf ever there was a time to address it, the time would be now in the context of us coming together in a bipartisan manner on all these other host of issues,\u201d Barickman said. \u201cThis one\u2019s so difficult in any normal context that I think it\u2019s critical to incorporate into this larger effort.\u201d

The overall goal of funding reform is to direct more state money to school districts with the greatest need while also accounting for each district\u2019s individual characteristics, such as the number of special education students and students from low-income households.

Illinois\u2019 current system, which relies heavily on local property taxes, is among the worst in the nation at providing equitable funding for wealthy and poor school districts.

Manar and Barickman are both optimistic that Senate can find a bipartisan approach to solving that problem.

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AMES, Iowa \u2013 Punishing children and disciplining children are not the same thing. Human sciences specialists and researchers are exploring the differences between the two approaches in the Science of Parenting blog from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

\u201cIn looking at the definitions, we see a stark contrast in the two words,\" said blogger Lori Hayungs, a human sciences specialist in family life. \"Punishment focuses on inflicting injury or penalty, while discipline focuses on training to correct behavior.

\u201cThis month at the Science of Parenting we are going to dive into those two words and review the research that has been done by faculty and students right here at Iowa State. We will share ideas on how to apply the topic to our everyday parenting,\u201d Hayungs said.

\u201cOur faculty, staff and students are researching fascinating areas of parenting and we want to share that research with you,\u201d Hayungs said. She and other Science of Parenting bloggers will be sharing Iowa State research throughout 2017.

Learn more from tips on the blog throughout the month and in a short podcast. Through the Science of Parenting, ISU Extension and Outreach specialists share and discuss research-based information and resources to help parents rear their children. Parents can join in the conversation and share thoughts and experiences, as well as how they handle parenting responsibilities.

The Science of Parenting from ISU Extension and Outreach also is available on Twitter at @scienceofparent.

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CHICAGO (AP) \u2014 Chicago police and firefighters are getting additional training on how to better respond to mental health emergencies.

The training comes in the wake of the U.S. Justice Department report on the Chicago Police Department that criticized those efforts as deficient. Officials say Chicago started implementing many mental health policing reforms before the Justice Department report.

Superintendent Eddie Johnson says the goal is to have 35 percent of the police department trained in mental health crisis response by the end of 2017.

The eight-hour, scenario-based course involves all stages of a call, beginning with 911 operators and dispatchers. Ninety percent of them have already begun training.

Johnson says the plan is to have already trained crisis intervention officers on each shift so they can be dispatched as needed.

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CHICAGO (AP) \u2014 Illinois will get roughly $3.6 million in federal grants for local governments to increase public access to outdoor parks and recreation.

The six recipients include the Chicago Park District, which will get $375,000 to buy property along the Little Calumet River to be developed into a park. A $750,000 grant will go to the Kendall County Forest Preserve District to buy 135 acres along the Little Rock Creek to develop parking, a shelter, trails and signs.

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced the funds earlier this month. Agency director Wayne Rosenthal says the grants are a \"win-win\" for local governments and people living in nearby communities.

The money is being distributed through a National Park Service fund for land and water conservation.

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) _ The winning numbers in Monday evening's drawing of the Iowa Lottery's \"Pick 4 Evening\" game were:

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) _ The winning numbers in Monday evening's drawing of the Iowa Lottery's \"Pick 3 Evening\" game were:

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