Investigation

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


TV-6 Investigates: Illinois' changed juvenile transfer law


TV-6 Investigates: Rising Illinois court fees


TV-6 Investigates: Increased train speed does not require upgraded rail crossings


TV-6 Investigates: Young car thieves challenging juvenile court


TV-6 Investigates: Veteran's Home Improvement


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