Kevin has been a news/sports photographer with the KWQC team since May of 2011, but he has been covering the news around the QCA for about a decade longer. A graduate from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, Kevin came to the Quad Cities after a brief stop at KMVT in Twin Falls, Idaho, where he served as a Sport Reporter/Anchor.
During his time here at KWQC, Kevin has been a part of many award winning stories, including a regional Emmy for "Liam's Long Journey Home" and a Murrow for the Honor Flight special, "Their Turn, Their Time."
In 2018, Kevin moved from behind the camera to in front of it becoming part of the sports team as a reporter/fill in anchor. Sports has always been a passion for Kevin, and he loves the chance to showcase the extraordinary talent of the athletes around the Quad Cities.
Along with sports, Kevin enjoys spending his free time with his son, AJ, watching too much TV, and sleeping as much as possible.
Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper said they won't accept city officials' apologies.
Staff at Froedtert South Hospital called police after two people left the boy there, police said.
Brian Isaack Clyde was seen on video near the doors to the Earle Cabell Federal Building.
Jones denies any knowledge of the images, and Infowars describes the emails as a "malware attack attempting to embed" child porn on their servers.
The 17-year-old was driving to a friend’s house when she skidded off the road, but it wasn’t until she missed her curfew that her family knew something was wrong and tracked her down.