Luke Andrews trial coverage: Jury finds boy guilty of 2 out of 3 charges

Police investigating suspicious deaths in Burlington

Steel Plow to open second location in Iowa; also looking for managers for both locations

Rock Island County Fair calf naming contest

Rock Island County Fair celebrates 150 years

Animal rescue looking for help with 75 cats rescued at Monmouth home

Presidential candidates coming to QC leave some undecided, and others feeling heard

Farmers concerned about heat wave

Pool and river safety tips ahead of this week's heat

Government Bridge to be reduced to one lane on Wednesday

I-80 reopens fully after semi fire shuts down interstate

Quad City broadcasting legend "Captain Ernie" dies

More than 75 cats are removed from Monmouth home

Bettendorf police need help identifying driver after hit and run

Iowa American Water works to repair out of service fire hydrants, flooding blamed for delays

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Black sheriff's deputy in Ohio sues after white IRS security guard put a gun to his back

"There's really no way to know how you're going to act when there's a gun pointed at you and you think you're going to lose your life," the deputy said.

Florida city playing 'Baby Shark' and 'Raining Tacos' on loop to drive homeless people away

The tune of "Baby Shark" has tortured parents for years, but the song has now officially become weaponized.

'El Chapo' sentenced to life plus 30 years, gripes about his trial and conditions in NYC jail

The crime kingpin known as "El Chapo" controlled much of the illegal drug trade across the Western Hemisphere for almost 30 years.

Royal Caribbean cancels two Puerto Rico stops over protests

"You may have been looking out your window or surveying your surroundings on the pool deck and noticed we were almost in San Juan" and turned around, the cruise line wrote passengers.

Reports of sexual harassment wane at work

The #MeToo movement has motivated women to speak out against sexual harassment.