Low wages to blame for shortage of caregivers for people with disabilities

Illinois is facing a shortage of direct support professionals for people with developmental disabilities, or caregivers. The Arc of the Quad Cities is dedicated to helping those individuals and believe low wages are to blame.

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Video of 'headless chicken monster' sea cucumber may help Antarctic conservation

Australian researchers have developed new technology enabling them to film a deep-sea swimming sea cucumber, also known as a "headless chicken monster," in Southern Ocean waters off East Antarctica.

SIU alum Jason Seaman honored during homecoming for saving lives

A former defensive lineman for Southern Illinois University, Jason Seaman, was recognized this past weekend for taking several bullets while stopping a gunman.

Your First Mammogram: A Walkthrough

Breast cancer screening recommendations have changed in the past few years, and some are being encouraged to start younger. Health reporter Erika Edwards walks you through what to expect when undergoing your first mammogram.

Changes to come for calculating your credit score and other top business headlines

CNBC's Frank Holland has a look at today's top business headlines.

QC Student Hunger Drive hits the halfway mark

17 area high schools are participating in the Quad Cities Student Hunger Drive. KWQC's Sarah Jones met with student from West who say they've raised nearly $5 thousand dollars in two weeks. Check out #QCSHD2018 for the latest events being held by the participating schools in the Quad Cities.


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