Kayla Trail joined the KWQC-TV6 team as a producer in January of 2017, after receiving her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Western Illinois University in December, 2016.
Born and raised in Davenport, Kayla first started writing as a junior at Davenport West High School.
After graduating, she continued writing for Scott Community College while getting her associate’s degree and then for Western while getting her bachelor’s.
Kayla and her fiancé, Dominic, left the Quad Cities to move to Macomb, Illinois in 2014 while attending Western but moved back to Davenport in January after graduating.
A federal indictment says the intended victim goaded Tyler Barriss into sending armed police to the wrong Wichita address.
The league says, "Protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic."
The Tennessee Board of Parole failed to agree on a recommendation on clemency for Cyntoia Brown, who killed a client as a sex worker in 2004.
The news comes as a state grand jury has been convened to look into similar charges, according to two sources familiar with the case.
Santa Fe residents still largely associate guns with hunting and family traditions, not mass shootings.