Investigation

TV6 Investigates: Problems with 911 wireless call routing


TV6 INVESTIGATES: Mother of sexual assault survivor speaking out, fighting for justice


TV6 Investigates: How often do officer-involved shootings happen in the QCA


TV6 Investigates: Hate crimes in the QC going under reported to the FBI


TV6 INVESTIGATES: Problems at state prisons in Iowa and Illinois


SENSE OF SAFETY: TV6 Investigates how adults can make a difference


SENSE OF SAFETY: TV6 Investigates the roles of school resource officers


SENSE OF SAFETY: TV6 Investigates how to talk to kids about tragedy


SENSE OF SAFETY: TV6 Investigates how one school district responded to a near tragedy


El Paso shooting suspect’s mom called police concerned about gun


Delta pilot arrested just before take off on suspicion of being drunk


TV6 Investigates: ADM, contractor cited following death of firefighter at Clinton plant


TV6 Investigates: City officials react to story on Davenport's Hesco barrier failure


TV6 Investigates: Delayed warnings over Davenport's Hesco Barrier failure


TV6 Investigates: Pool inspection violations


Suspicious Death Investigation Underway in Des Moines


Burlington releases portions of video in fatal police shooting


Load More Stories
 

Trending on KWQC.com

NBC Headlines

Woman arrested after allegedly kicking dog in viral video

"You're hanging your dog," a man's voice is heard on the video telling the suspect in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

Suspect arrested in shootings of Chicago police officer, woman

Michael Blackman, 45, had been considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Billionaire pays $34 million to settle Morehouse student loan debt

Experts say more needs to be done about the nation's student debt crisis.

What’s killing coral in the Florida Keys? Scientists say it’s more than just rising temperatures

Coral reefs near the Florida Keys are being destroyed, with scientists reporting a “heartbreaking” decline over the past three decades. NBC’s Kerry Sanders meets with researchers who say warming water temperatures are just one part of the problem. Nitrogen from fossil fuels, wastewater and agricultural runoff is also threatening the fragile underwater ecosystem.

Child calls 911 on school bus driver suspected of drunk driving

A 10-year-old boy called the police when he believed his bus driver was drunk, telling dispatchers she passed red lights and was wobbling. The 48-year-old driver has been arrested and is being investigated for DUI and reckless endangerment.