According to the Davenport Police Department, 54 cars were stolen throughout the city in the month of January and 33 in February, making 87 cars in total that were stolen in Davenport between January 1 and February 28.
One of the biggest impacts that COVID-19 has had on our country is job loss. Pandemic Unemployment Assistance--a program that provides temporary income to people who have lost their jobs to the pandemic under the CARES Act of 2020-- was put into effect to help those who were laid off or forced into quarantine over the past year.
Iowans who apply for disability benefits might be mentally or physically unable to work, but state protocol requires each and every case to undergo an in-depth review when deciding whether or not the applicant should receive payment.
35-year-old Ryan Muckelston has been missing for almost a month. His mother, Jennifer Muckelston-Nauman, says that she, his sister and three children are all worried sick, and say they fear he disappeared involuntarily.
A locked car means a safer city, which is why police across 25 departments have partnered up for a new initiative called “Lock it Down, Quad Cities” to remind everyone to never leave their cars unlocked again.
Last January, Illinois legalized recreational marijuana in the hopes that revenue from the sales tax would help fund state and local programs. KWQC spoke with local municipalities about those finances.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
Chontez Lamont Graham, 24, of Jefferson City, was booked into the Scott County Jail Friday on charges of first-degree murder, first-degree robbery, and flight to avoid prosecution in the death of 18-year-old Demetrius Allen.
In an effort to curb gun violence and offer healing after incidents of gunfire, Davenport Bearing Witness, a group of neighbors, gather at the sites of shots fired incidents that are logged and confirmed by the Davenport Police Department.
Muscatine County prosecutors have denied that evidence was suppressed in the case of William Beeman, who is serving life in prison in the 1980 stabbing death of Michiel Winkel at Wildcat Den State Park.
Months after attorneys for William Beeman filed a motion for post-conviction DNA testing of evidence, the Iowa Department of Public Safety's Division of Criminal Investigation said the requested evidence does not exist.
A Davenport West High School science teacher was arrested Friday morning after police say he video recorded women without their knowledge In his Bettendorf home in December and January. Bettendorf Police Chief Keith Kimball said 58-year-old Clinton Randolph Van Fossen was arrested at his home.
Shoplifting is a crime that affects not only the store itself, but the community as a whole. Former shoplifters, who have spent time behind bars, explain the burden they carry because of their actions.
Tis' the holiday season, which means more people are getting their shopping done. As you hit the stores-- whether it be this Friday or any day -- don't let your gifts or your set of wheels end up completing a thief's wish list.
TV6 Investigates Chris Carter traveled to Kansas City, MO. to look a gun shot detection program and if it could work in the Quad Cities as part of TV6’s commitment to helping make the Quad Cities a better place to live.