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Floreciente neighborhood cleans up

The Floreciente neighborhood spent the past two days doing service, hoping that communication and working together will bring everyone closer, and possibly reduce crime.

Eastern Iowa officials are investigating the death of a man in police custody.

Davenport Police are on scene of a possible shooting Saturday afternoon.

The Princeton, Il. Police Department and Illinois State Police are asking for the public’s help finding an elderly woman believed to be endangered.

Adopt-a-shelter-cat month celebrated at King’s Harvest

Damaging winds & hail possible Saturday evening & night.

Motorcycle crash near Sabula leaves one dead

Bandits beat the Timber Rattlers

Floreciente cleans up

TV6 Flood Donation drive grows to over $139,000

Psychiatric experts decry use of restraints at boys school

New Mexico football stadium may be named for Brian Urlacher

Man who pleaded guilty to molesting 11-year-old girl gets probation

QC Triathlon raising awareness for stroke symptoms

Rock Island father co-creator of Changing Table Locator App

His wife died during childbirth; 21 days later, his newborn son passed away

More sections of River Drive open as river levels continue dropping

Witness recalls seeing Davenport fatal crash accident

Target’s tech trouble clogs stores with long checkout lines

National Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences honors three TV6 employees

‘Don’t do it,’ says teen severely burned doing fire challenge

New LGBT+ resource center opens in the Quad Cities

Dogs involved in wild RV chase up for adoption

Houses evacuated due to fire in Silvis

Knox accuses media of having built false story around her

‘Romeo and Juliet’ director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96

10-year-old drag queen harassed online, mother says

Woman identified in fatal crash as 48-year-old Davenport woman

Western Illinois University President Jack Thomas to leave position

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