Streamlining Waste Management: The Benefits of Dumpster Rental in Davenport, IowaDanish Nawaz KhanNewsBreak Contributor
Davenport Man Sentenced to 86 Months in Federal Prison for Cocaine Distribution ConspiracyDesiree HarosNewsBreak Contributor
Human Remains Discovered in Walcott, Investigation UnderwayNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Illinois Attorney General Conducts Stark County Raid, Unearths Evidence of Child PornographyNatalie Frank, Ph.D.NewsBreak Contributor
Davenport Man Receives 27-Year Sentence for Methamphetamine and Cocaine ConspiracyDesiree HarosNewsBreak Contributor
Rock Island woman recovers after almost losing her legs in accident
A mother from Rock Island is recovering after almost losing her legs. Carmen Cabalerro-Anderson was involved in an accident on November 15 at the Family Dollar store on 11th St. in Rock Island. “My right leg was bent in and against the wall,” Cballero-Anderson said. “When your teachers tell you to sit Indian-style, that’s how my leg was behind the wall.”
Two QC teens dead after Cedar Rapids crash
Two teenagers from the Quad Cities were killed in a car accident in Cedar Rapids that claimed four lives Friday, Dec. 1, 2023. Cedar Rapids Police are investigating a two-vehicle, four-fatality accident that occurred Friday night at approximately 9:56 p.m. Police and Fire Department personnel were called to C Street SW near Edison Road for the report of a vehicle accident with trapped occupants and one car on fire, police said Tuesday.
Inspection reports reveal shocking conditions at some Quad-Cities nursing homes
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Care facilities on both sides of the river have been fined tens of thousands of dollars so far this year. And it shows in the rankings from a federal agency. Medicare.gov scores nursing homes based on reports from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and of the 27 facilities in a 25-miles radius of Davenport, more than a quarter receive 1-star overall ratings.
Suspects tried to steal items worth thousands from Bettendorf Home Depot, police allege
A 35-year-old Springfield, Ill., man was released on bond after Bettendorf Police allege he was involved in a shoplifting incident with another person at Home Depot, Bettendorf. Antonio Ross (Scott County Jail) Antonio Ross faces felony charges of conspiracy to commit a non-forcible felony and second-degree theft, along with serious-misdemeanor...
Rock Island Rocks rock Sterling Golden Warriors 66-34
Rock Island and Sterling High Schools tangled in boys’ basketball action. The Rocks rocked the Golden Warriors 66-34.
Person brought loaded gun into Genesis East
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Davenport Police clarified Monday, there will be no charges for the incident. Police said a person brought a loaded gun into Genesis East early Monday morning. TV6 followed up on a tip brought to us by a TV6 viewer. In a phone call, police told TV6...
Cook review: ‘Anatomy of a Fall’ is an intriguing mystery
“Anatomy of a Fall” is one of the most intriguing films of 2023. Sandra Hüller stars as Sandra, a woman accused of the murder of her husband, in a movie that’s part psychological thriller, part murder mystery and part courtroom drama. The movie premiered in May at the Cannes Film Festival, where it earned the coveted Palme d’Or.
Illinois, Don’t Forget It Is Illegal To Warm Up Your Car
The cold weather has officially settled in throughout Illinois and the Midwest for the rest of the cold months. We've already seen snow on the ground the weather isn't warming up anytime soon. As painful as it is to get in a cold car every morning, you can't make the inside of your car nice and warm if you live on the Illinois side of the Quad Cities. It could get you in some big trouble.
School bus slides down Augie hill
A school bus that rolled down the hill between the Swenson Hall of Geosciences and the Slough has been safely towed away. According to Nicole Lauer, Public Relations and Marketing Specialist at Augustana, at around 7:30 this morning a bus with less than 10 students drove into the circle drive at the Swenson Hall of Geosciences and “jumped the curb.”
These davenport, IA based Kittens are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of davenport..
Check out this free end-of-life doula event in Davenport
DAVENPORT, Iowa — Have you ever heard of an end-of-life doula?. Here in the Quad Cities, Becky Nakashima Brooke is a dedicated end-of-life doula at Iowa Illuminate Healing Studio. Her goal is to provide holistic, compassionate end-of-life experiences that help individuals navigate a death. This can mean both those dying as well as their caretakers and loved ones.
Mandatory Licensing and Inspection for All Moline Rental Properties Starting 2024
From 2024, all Moline rental properties, including single-family rentals, will need a license and will be subject to a rental inspection fee. The City Council approved this new rental housing licensing and inspection program on November 21, 2023. The program's goal is to enhance the city's housing quality and ensure tenant safety and health, says Moline Community & Economic Development Director Chris Mathias.
QC International Airport adopts the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Project
MOLINE, Ill. — To help people with hidden disabilities, the Quad Cities International Airport has implemented the Sunflower Project. The project, blooming nationwide, trains TSA Officers and Public Safety Airline Agents to assist people with hidden disabilities. Hidden disabilities include hearing loss, dyslexia, speech impediments, epilepsy and much more....
Addressing Mental Health in the Wake of the Genesis East Hospital Firearm Incident
In the early hours at Genesis East hospital in Davenport, Iowa, a potentially dangerous situation was averted when an individual was found with a loaded firearm within the medical facility around 1 a.m. The Davenport Police, responding with measured acumen, have decided not to press charges, hinting at a non-criminal explanation such as an accident, though details remain sparse. No arrests have been made, and the case is under active investigation, with more information promised to the public as the inquiry progresses. This incident not only highlights the importance of security in hospital settings but also brings to light the increasing intersection of public safety and mental health concerns in emergency departments (EDs).
Have you considered a pre-natal doula? QC's EveryChild has been awarded $9,500 to help
MOLINE, Ill. — Have you ever considered working with a doula?. In Moline, EveryChild (formerly the Child Abuse Council) provides pre and post-natal doula services to families throughout the Quad City region. This can be a range of services including lactation coaching, creating birth plans, emphasis on family attachment and bonding and more. For qualifying families, EveryChild's doula program can even come at no cost.
Davenport man arrested in connection to October motorcycle crash
A Davenport man was booked into the Scott County Jail Friday after police say he struck a motorcycle rider back in October.
K9 Officer Shiloh Joins Moline Police Force, Provides Therapy and Assists in Child Exploitation Cases
Meet Shiloh, the newest K9 officer in Moline's police force. Sworn in by Mayor Sanga Rapti, Shiloh is not just a regular officer. Trained in finding electronics and aiding in child exploitation cases, this furry friend also provides therapy for staff and community members.
Get Festive at the Ugly Sweater Paint Party at Fricks Tap!
🎨🎅 Get ready for a unique holiday experience at the Ugly Sweater Paint Party at Fricks Tap!. On Thu, Dec 07 from 6pm - 8pm, this festive event will take place at Frick's Tap, located at 1402 West 3rd Street, Davenport, IA 52802. Embrace the holiday spirit by donning your ugliest Christmas sweater and join us for a night of creativity and fun.
Fashion stylists to the stars
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -Two of today’s guests have claims to fame as stylists to the stars and one of them was born and raised in Davenport. Rene Horsch and Mark Zunino from Mark Zunino Couture are interviewed over two segments sharing stories and showing off Hollywood fashions modeled by representatives from Maxx Models & Talent.
College football’s transfer portal impacts high school players
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - College football roster construction has changed drastically over the past decade, especially with the rise of the transfer portal. “I think it hurts a lot of the high school seniors who are looking to play,” said Mike Morrissey, Moline’s head football coach. According to...