Blue Grass Police: Power is out in city and in parts of Buffalo, school still in session

Early voting for Mid-Term Election can take place on Thursday in Rock Island County, Il.

Mediacom to transfer fiber-optic cables early Wednesday, customers may be impacted

Clinton police hoping to ID felony theft suspect

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UPDATE: Home damaged after early morning shots fired incident in Davenport

The Most Amazing Harvest: A kind act immortalized

Faiths of all types gather in Davenport to discuss issues in America

Law enforcement to promote railroad safety during initiative this week

Davenport Police respond to shots fired call, shell casings found

Man hurt after rollover crash in Jo Daviess County

Iowa Dept. of Corrections looking for work release escapee

NAMIWalks raises funds for mental health education and services

Family fun day celebrates all cultures and strengthens neighborhoods.

As aid checks go out, farmers worry bailout won't be enough

Davenport HyVee evacuated after pepper spray released in store

2 Iowa farmers sentenced to prison over bank loans

East Moline students sell popsicles to fund D.C. trip

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Florida man killed in hit-and-run after helping stranded vehicle

While walking back to his 2015 Hyundai after helping a stranded car, Dhimitri Andoni was hit and killed by another driver who then left in Andoni's car.

Bill Cosby arrives in court for start of sentencing hearing

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Rob Goldstone wishes he'd never set up that Trump Tower meeting

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Florence aftermath: Thousands brace for more flooding

Residents in one South Carolina county were warned to be prepared to evacuate before expected flooding of up to 10 feet.