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Hy-Vee giving away 400 hams in Davenport
DAVENPORT, Iowa- Davenport Hy-Vee employees and local first responders will be handing out 400 Hormel hams this month. According to Hy-Vee, the giveaway is part of its second annual “Hy-Vee Hams for the Holidays” campaign.
Davenport felon forces police into two hour standoff
DAVENPORT, Iowa- A Davenport man with several warrants forced police into a two-hour standoff when he barricaded himself in a house. Friday, December 14, DPD says they pulled up to 2203 Iowa St attempting to find and arrest Rodney Foutch.
Woman hit juvenile with her car and fled, Davenport police say
DAVENPORT, Iowa — Police are looking for a woman they say was the driver in a hit-and-run crash involving a juvenile. Davenport police, fire and medics responded at 8:37 a.m. on Dec. 13 to the intersection of West 3rd Street and Division Street, according to a press release. They found the victim of
East Moline Police seek owners of 60-plus bikes
EAST MOLINE — The owners of more than 60 bicycles are being sought by East Moline Police. The property list includes about 30 mountain bikes, 25 BMX bikes, five kids bikes, two scooters, an ATV, a push mower and a wheelchair.
Davenport man faces charges in gun incident in Moline
One person is in custody after a shots-fired incident Thursday night in Moline. Moline police were called about 11:15 p.m., Thursday, to the 2100 block 18th Avenue for a report of shots fired.
Davenport's first roundabout an improvised way to keep pedestrians safe
Davenport, Iowa - A Davenport neighborhood is hoping some out of the box thinking will help a safety issue at a five-point intersection. The Davenport Public Works Department constructed an improvised roundabout where 6th, Vine and Ash Streets all meet.
New Style Barbershop Davenport Location
Miguel Rosas, owner of The New Style Barbershop, specializes in unique styles, with an emphasis on male clients. Fades, military cuts and sport logos are some of the specialties. Miguel's shop and barber college are in Moline. He is soon adding another barbershop at NorthPark Mall, Davenport.
90-year-old Moline woman co-authors family history
MOLINE — Mable Gulley-Harvey had a goal of publishing her first book by the time she turned 90. For that nonagenarian milestone last month, she did — with the self-publication of her lovingly compiled family memoir, “A Dollar More,” written over the past eight years with her son Brad Harvey, who liv
16 teen moms from Davenport get a Christmas shopping spree, thanks to Motherhood Matters
DAVENPORT, Iowa — Motherhood Matters QC owners, Sara Rausch and Susan Mcloone will give 16 teen moms who go to Mid City High School in Davenport Christmas presents on Friday, after going shopping with more than $800 raised from the community.
Recognize this person wanted in the Dollar General robbery?
The public's help is being sought in a recent armed robbery at a Dollar General store in Davenport. "On Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m an armed robbery occurred at the Dollar General at 403 East Locust St., Davenport. The (pictured) subject displayed a handgun and left the area in the (pictu
From Brady to Bettendorf, Veterans Parkway is open for driving
Barricades were removed Friday at the intersection of Davenport's Veterans Memorial Parkway and Jersey Ridge Road, making it possible for drivers to travel unimpeded from Brady Street all the way east to Bettendorf's Middle Road and beyond.
East Moline welcomes first hotel, mayor says it's just the beginning
EAST MOLINE, Illinois - A former industrial site is now home to East Moline's first hotel and Mayor Reggie Freeman said it's just the start of the city's revitalization. City leaders, investors and developers gathered at the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel at The Bend Friday afternoon for a ribbon
Crimestoppers adds 2 to wanted list
Crimestoppers of the Quad-Cities wanted list has two new additions. Jerry Lee Dooley, 46, is wanted by the Silvis Police Department for possession of methamphetamine. Dooley is described as being 5-feet, 9-inches tall and weighing 165 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
Homemade with heart: Light display uses 72 gallon milk jugs
When it comes to finding something different in the way of outdoor Christmas decorations, it's hard to beat homemade. Derrick and Kim Anderson of Bettendorf have a good grasp on different with the display of 72 gallon-sized milk jugs arranged side-by-side in a serpentine row in their front yard, eac
Davenport neighbors hope roundabout promotes safety
For nearly 15 years, residents living near the "five points" intersection of 6th, Vine and Ash streets in central-city Davenport have worried and complained about the intersection.
Bettendorf attorney found not guilty on two charges
A Scott County jury on Friday night found Bettendorf attorney Stephen Newport not guilty on charges of third-degree sexual abuse and indecent exposure. After a full day of deliberations, the jury of eight men and four women could not reach a unanimous agreement on a charge of prostitution, an aggrav
PHOTOS: UT at Moline
Moline beats United Township, 67-56, Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, at Wharton Field House.
Rick's Six: Foggy Friday, roundabout to open, bridge closures, shooting update, and bomb threats
A good Friday to all. Be careful on your morning commute. Dense fog has spread over the entire Quad-City region. Here are the weather details from the National Weather Service.
Jumer's Casino spokesperson reacts to bomb threat
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - A brief scare Thursday afternoon for many across the Quad Cities. Bomb threats made by e-mail were sent to businesses, schools and casinos across the country.
3 bomb threats in Moline as QC joins nationwide trend
The Moline Police Department has responded to 3 bomb threats today as the Quad Cities joins the many other municipalities across the country dealing with an email demand for Bitcoin.