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5 Best Mexican Restaurants in Iowa

Whatever your favorite Mexican dish is, whether it’s burritos, enchiladas, or tacos, if you happen to be in the state of Iowa, you’re bound to find what you are looking for. There are many Mexican restaurants to choose from that are spread across the state in small shops and festive atmospheres. But to get the freshest ingredients and most authentic tastes, it’s worth your time to check out these nine best Mexican Restaurants in Iowa.
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Davenport man sentenced to federal prison on meth charges

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - A Davenport man has been sentenced to federal prison on drug charges. Officials on Wednesday announced 42-year-old Lelen Lee Bonds, of Davenport, was sentenced to 270 months in prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Following his 22.5 year sentence in prison, he will need to serve 10 years of supervised release and immediately pay $100 to the Crime Victims’ Fund. Officials announced during the time of the offense, he was on supervised release and was sentenced to a period of 36 months in prison to run consecutive to the 270-month sentence.
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Former North Callaway teacher charged in child pornography case

DAVENPORT, Iowa, (KMIZ) A North Callaway School District teacher and coach was arrested on June 16 for allegedly producing child porn and sextortion of an Iowa minor. According to court documents, 44-year-old Chad Craghead allegedly posed as a teen online and obtained nude images of a 16-year-old victim from Muscatine. After obtaining those images, Craghead The post Former North Callaway teacher charged in child pornography case appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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FIRST ALERT DAY in effect Thursday June 24th from 6 AM until Midnight for Severe Weather

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - A FIRST ALERT DAY will be in effect from 6 AM until Midnight Thursday for strong to severe storms . There will be several rounds of storms moving through the region through the morning, and then possibly the late afternoon and evening hours. The Storm Prediction Center has put the region at a LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 2/a MARGINAL TO SLIGHT RISK for severe storms, with all modes of severe weather possible, including damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain. We could also see isolated tornadoes added to the mix by afternoon/evening. Be “Sky Aware” and keep alert to changing weather conditions throughout the day. Also, make sure to have a reliable way to get the latest warnings and advisories.
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Missouri teacher accused of extorting two Muscatine girls

FULTON, Mo. — A man who has described himself online as “a husband, father of three, a JH math teacher, a head XC coach and a Distance Track coach and Follower of Christ” faces five felony charges and up to 30 years in prison for allegedly blackmailing two 16-year-old Muscatine girls for explicit footage between January and April 2020.
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104-year-old Assisted Living resident makes waves with dance

DAVENPORT, Iowa — A local senior made waves after a video was released of her dancing her heart out. A Facebook post from the Davenport-based Silvercrest Garner Retirement Community showcased 104-year-old Evelyn Schlunsen getting active and dancing to some jazz. Local musician Matt Barber was at the home performing jazz...
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Missouri teacher accused of extorting two Iowa teens

A man who has described himself online as “a husband, father of three, a JH math teacher, a head XC coach and a Distance Track coach and Follower of Christ” faces five felony charges and up to 30 years in prison for allegedly blackmailing two 16-year-old Muscatine girls for explicit footage between January and April 2020.
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Davenport city leaders meet with Gov. Reynolds to address gun crime

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Davenport city leaders met with Gov. Reynolds in Des Moines Tuesday after the city requested assistance to address violent crime. “You’re heard me say publicly before. Anyone who uses a gun in commission a crime here in Davenport, we’re coming after you. Well now we’re coming after you with even more,” Mayor Mike Matson said.
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UPDATED: Severe storms Thursday, heavy rain possible through the weekend

There is a potential for very heavy rainfall totals Thursday and Friday in the region, with a threat of flash flooding where the heaviest rains fall. The Quad Cities National Weather Service office says at least two inches of rain is possible, with a swath of three to as much as six inches possible especially along and south of I-80.
Moline, ILKWQC

Caregiver drive-thru giveaway Saturday

QUAD CITIES, Iowa (KWQC) - Non-profit organizations in the Quad Cities want to get the word out on their services. Three agencies plan to hold a Caregiver Resource Drive-Through this Saturday, June 26. Milestones, along with Alternatives for the Older Adult and the Quad Cities Alzheimer’s Association plan to hold drive-thru events at two locations where caregivers can pick up a bag of resources from local service providers.
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Summer Theatre in the Quad Cities

Quad Cities Theatre is not to be missed this summer because in-person shows are back. Whether you want a family-friendly afternoon, musical, or an edgy evening, the Quad Cities has it all this summer. Nestled in Prospect Park in Moline, Quad City Music Guild presents “Mamma Mia” on July 9-11...
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COVID-19 Delta variant present in Iowa and Illinois

Chances are you've heard of the Delta variant. It is the most common COVID-19 variant in India and Britain, where it accounts for more than 90% of cases. It's been reported in 80 countries, including the United States. First identified in the U.S. in March, its spread gained momentum. According...
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