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.
Officials say the body of a 71-year-old woman was found just inside the front door of a house located in the 3900 block of 29th Street shortly before 3:30 on Friday afternoon. Investigators also found blood in the driveway and say the victim's car--a gray 2016 Ford Taurus with license plate number IR 628-- is missing.
The Iowa Attorney General's office cleared two Burlington police officers of any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Marquis Jones on October first. Because the state's review is complete, Burlington has released portions of the officers' squad car and body camera video from that day.
A railroad line that runs through several of our communities along the Illinois side of the river has doubled the speed limit on its trains. That's raised safety concerns among several villages along the tracks.
Checks bearing the name CMOUTS, LLC have been popping up across the country, mailed to people told to cash them. They look legit, and their appearance is key to the scam. The checks are fake, and the victims don't know until it's too late.
A Davenport poster company has agreed to shut down operations. It's a company TV-6 Investigates dug into last November. The Iowa Attorney General's office announced an agreement Friday morning, closing the state's five-month investigation.
Many of the kids accused of stealing cars in the Quad Cities do not spend time behind bars. The juvenile justice system is designed to rehabilitate, not punish. But, some of the kids who are let out re-offend.
Davenport's new parking garage payment system has been up and running since January and has encountered some growing pains. Drivers have complained about confusing signs, confusing billing, and $30 parking citations.
You wouldn't knowingly eat contaminated food, or serve it to your family. Wild deer meat is a popular option for hunters and local food pantries, but research has raised questions about lead in that meat.
Lead is something you just don't want to eat. The Centers for Disease Control and numerous other health bodies say there is no safe level of lead in children. But multiple studies have found people who eat game meat contaminated with lead have higher blood concentrations of lead than those who don't.