Several new developments are emerging in the downtown Davenport shooting that resulted from a bar-brawl-turned-street-fight.
It's always been hard to argue with cheap beer.
It's good to have two hands.
The mugshot hinted at a fight.
Without exception, parents of teenagers should be talking to their kids right now.
Illinois State Police still are investigating a retired Moline police captain's role in a shooting last week.
When a Bettendorf family called 911 last month, frantic to get emergency medical help, the nearby fire station wasn't open.
They had me at penguins.
Wouldn’t you know it? Another veteran won the motorcycle.
For years and years, the railroad company let the two neighborhood bridges rot, and now Davenport taxpayers have to fix them.
I finally read the Corps of Engineers’ report on the flood-protection failure that tore up parts of downtown Davenport.
It was a sad, skeptical, disappointing week.
Out of town when it happened, I heard the next day, July 4, about the accident on the lawn of the Rock Island County courthouse.
Those bothered by increased traffic noise along the Interstate 74 corridor in Bettendorf have an option: Move to an apartment.
Everybody said they can sympathize with downtown Davenport businesses.
A hint of sympathy, maybe even an apology — anything would have been better than what they got.
We got lucky and lost our tickets to the Paul McCartney concert.