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2 hurt in 3-vehicle crash on I-80 in Scott County

SCOTT CO., Iowa (KWQC) - The Scott County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a three-vehicle accident on Interstate 80 Tuesday. According to the sheriff’s office, deputies arrived on the scene at mile marker 303 on I-80 East in Scott County. That is between Middle Road and LeClaire city limits.
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2nd derecho in less than a year rolls through Iowa, Quad Cities

MOLINE, Ill. — It's official! Tuesday night's severe storm complex was a derecho. The powerful storm system comes less than a year after another strong derecho tore through the area back in December of 2021. What is a derecho?. A derecho is a widespread, long-lived wind storm associated with...
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Bettendorf Council Approves Agreement with Canadian Pacific

The company is waiting for approval from the federal government to merge with Kansas City Southern. City Administrator, Decker Ploehn, says the $3 million deal is a realistic compromise that'll help pay for mitigation in the future. Problems with the merger include an increase in traffic delays, noise, and lack of access to properties between the railroad tracks and the Mississippi River.

Grow Clinton Promotes from Within

Clinton, IA – Following a successful merger in March of 2022, the newly formed Grow Clinton has promoted three individuals within the organization. “The mission of Grow Clinton is to promote business growth, build community, and advocate for the sustainable economic success of the Greater Clinton Region,” said Andy Sokolovich, President & CEO. “The only way to ensure we meet our mission is to have the right people in the appropriate positions.”

Boil order in effect for Eldridge

ELDRIDGE, Iowa (KWQC) - As the result of an emergency water line repair on Hunter Lane and S 26th Ave in the City of Eldridge, there has been an interruption of water service, and a Boil Water Order has been issued for anyone East of 61 in the affected area, according to a media release by the City of Eldridge.

Police: Fireworks stand employee stole $4,000, spent it all at casino

A 41-year-old Moline man faces a felony charge after police say he took off with the proceeds from a fireworks stand and spent them at a casino. Charles Lee Myers Jr. faces a charge of second-degree theft, court records say. On Monday, Davenport Police responded to the 800 block of...

Voice your opinion on the ADM CO2 pipeline proposal

There are new plans to build a three-hundred and fifty mile carbon capture pipeline through five Eastern Iowa counties. ADMand Wolf Carbon Solutions are behind the project and now have public forums beginning in September. The pipeline would link ADM plants in Cedar Rapids and in Clinton. From there the...

These Cities Have The Most Expensive Homes In Iowa

It is no secret that the cost of homes everywhere in America is at an all-time high, but some spots are always going to be a bit more expensive than others. Iowa overall is a great place when it comes to pricing, you can clearly see that when looking at the most expensive city on the list which has a typical home value of $546,841 which is 189% higher than the state average of $189,531.

Developer cited in Bettendorf mudslide

BETTENDORF, Iowa (KWQC) - More than 24 hours after a mudslide flooded ‘The Manor’ Condos in Bettendorf, city leaders confirmed the developer of a nearby construction site was reprimanded on Tuesday morning in connection with the incident. At the city council meeting, officials said they issued a citation...

Boil order in Eldridge

A boil order has been issued in Eldridge after an emergency water line repair led to an interruption of water service. Anyone east of U.S. 61 near Hunter Lane and South 26th Avenue is in the affected area. The order will remain in effect until further notice.

Prophetstown’s July Fourth Celebration (photos/video)

Prophetstown was filled with activities over the July 4th weekend as several events encompassed all age groups and activity levels ending with the annual fireworks display over the Rock River. This year the Prophetstown Fire Department took over sole responsibility for the fireworks display and activities in the Prophetstown State...

37th annual Moonlight Chase

Race director Tabbitha Kramer was here to shed some light on what Eldridge’s Moonlight Chase is all about.

Prophetstown Run Around 5K Results (photos/video)

Runners of all ages gathered in front of the Prophetstown High School last Saturday evening to take part in the Prophetstown Park District’s Run Around 5K and Fun Run. The annual event has been part of Prophetstown’s July4th celebration for many years. 32 runners took part in the...

“Molly of Denali” Coming to a Library Near You

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (July 6, 2022) — WQPT is bringing Molly of Denali to area libraries July 11 through 15. Molly of Denali is an animated children's television series that airs on WQPT, 11AM, Monday through Friday. The program was created by Dorothea Gillim and Kathy Waugh and produced by Atomic Cartoons and WGBH Kids for PBS Kids and CBC Kids. The series is the first American nationally-distributed children's show to feature an Alaska Native as the lead character. The series won a Peabody Award in the Children's/Youth category in 2020.

Now Playing: Friday, July 8, through Thursday, July 14

Reviews; IMDb hyperlinks take you to the films’ Internet Movie Database pages.) Apples (not rated; FilmScene at the Chauncey) - IMDb listing. The Bad Guys (PG; 61 Drive-in Theatre) - There's nothing remotely surprising about this animated comedy's storyline that finds its titular bad apples discovering their inner goodness, but it was a treat to listen to Sam Rockwell's readings. IMDb listing.

Legislators host Q&A session for public

Iowa lawmakers will host a Q & A session ahead of the upcoming election. Rep. Phyllis Thede, Rep. Cindy Winckler, Rep. Monica Kurth, and Sen. Jim Lykam will be among legislators who will answer questions about pending legislation in Iowa, discuss the current candidates running for political office, and more.

Molly of Denali coming to QC libraries

WQPT Quad Cities PBS is bringing Molly of Denali to area libraries July 11 through 15. “Molly of Denali” is an animated children’s television series that airs on WQPT at 11 a.m. Monday through Friday. The program was created by Dorothea Gillim and Kathy Waugh and produced by Atomic Cartoons and WGBH Kids for PBS Kids and CBC Kids.