The Davenport Police Department said late Tuesday morning that officers were notified around 7 a.m. of a dead man in a vehicle in the 1900 blo…
The haunted-looking young man stands in the candy store when a reporter is asked to pray with three men who speak words of encouragement.
BETTENDORF – It was a Republican political rally, complete with politicians, voter registration and speeches about conservative issues.
Deere & Co. rolled out a volunteer buyout program for certain U.S. workers and the company will not comment on how many received the offer Wednesday morning. Employees will have at least several weeks to ponder the decision.
A Davenport man is facing charges after police say he forcefully held a woman down and attempted to perform sex acts on her.
Data show that Illinoisians aren’t moving to Iowa. Instead, they’re bailing for a different Midwestern state.
The community is invited to provide feedback at a Dec. 11 meeting about a proposed new traffic pattern for the Illinois-bound Interstate 74 tr…
The founder of Davenport business Running Wild, Steven Kilburg will be remembered as a quiet, kind person who was of great importance to the Quad-Cities running community.
Groups that help those experiencing homelessness in the Quad-Cities area are trying to, bit by bit, eradicate the need for an emergency shelte…
Quad-City residents are distancing themselves from an incendiary far-right activist who delivered racist remarks Monday at a forum hosted by t…
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus arrive in a Blue Grass firetruck for the Blue Grass Christmas celebration and tree lighting ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, in Blue Grass, Iowa.
Addyson Hines, 4, and brother Carson Hines, 7, of Blue Grass enjoy hot cocoa and cookies at the Blue Grass Christmas celebration.
Dalton Mathews, 8, and brother, Garret Mathews, 8, of Blue Grass look over the selection of gingerbread houses to judge at the community center during the Blue Grass Christmas celebration.
Parents and children line up to judge the gingerbread houses at the community center during the Blue Grass Christmas celebration.
Landyn Schadt, 5, and Lydia Schadt, 7, of Blue Grass stand with Mr and Mrs Santa Claus as the lights are turned.
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