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A Bettendorf woman is facing charges after police say she broke into a neighbor's home in July and stole cash, jewelry, and other items. [Read More]
Snow tomorrow... [Read More]
A long duration light snow event will take place from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening followed by a wintry mix Friday in the QCA. [Read More]
Muscatine County Joint Communications Center introduced a new system to help dispatchers assess emergency calls faster and more accurately. [Read More]
The Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center held a MLK Day blood drive on Monday in Davenport. (KWQC) [Read More]
New software at Muscatine County Joint Communications Center is helping dispatchers get emergency responders out the door fast, while keeping them informed with the most... [Read More]
1.20.20... [Read More]
The Galesburg Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding two wanted subjects. [Read More]
Officials in Henry County, Ill. are searching for a woman who used a counterfeit bill at an area business. [Read More]
The Friends of MLK, Inc. a nonprofit in Davenport, is focused on empowering and encouraging the Quad City area to practice civil and human rights;... [Read More]
Across the Quad Cities, people celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. [Read More]
A stray dog has become an internet sensation after jumping into action to help a group of children safely across a street. [Read More]
Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a law that eliminates driver's license suspensions for most non-moving violations. ... [Read More]
We're right in the middle of winter, but officials in Illinois say now is the time to prepare for spring flooding. [Read More]
A stray dog has become an internet sensation after jumping into action to help a group of children safely across a street. ... [Read More]
According to the Moline Fire Department, crews responded to the SouthPark Mall shortly before 3 p.m. Sunday after a water pipe that burst. [Read More]
Organizers say there are a few organizations that make food available for those in need, but oftentimes, less fortunate families go without other necessities. [Read More]
Instead of thinking about what he could get for his birthday, a 5-year-old boy in Illinois thought about what he could give. [Read More]
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