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Davenport man arrested in connection with Feb. 2 shooting
Davenport police have arrested a suspect in the Feb. 2 shooting outside a barbershop in which one man was wounded. Tarrell Steven Howard, 32, of 1611 W. High St., Davenport, is charged with one count of intimidation with a dangerous weapon, a Class C felony under Iowa law that carries a prison sente
Davenport baby fights bronchitis after black mold was found in apartment
DAVENPORT, Iowa – A Davenport family may only have 48 hours to move out of their apartment after an infestation of black mold. Michelle Regans moved into her apartment on 16th Street last June and since then black mold has continued to spread.
Northern District of Iowa U.S. Attorney’s Office collects over $4,000,000 for taxpayers in fiscal year 2018
CEDAR RAPIDS – U.S. Attorney Peter E. Deegan, Jr. announced today that the Northern District of Iowa collected $4,488,405.85 in criminal and civil actions in Fiscal Year 2018. Of this amount, $1,839,911.31 was collected in criminal actions and $2,648,494.54 was collected in civil actions.
Moline's Morris 24th in state events
Austin Morris' final state swim meet did not end the way the Moline senior had hoped Friday. Chasing the first medal in his four years of reaching the IHSA state swim meet, Morris could not match his seeding time in the 100-yard backstroke, finishing 24th in the event in 52.80.
No injuries reported after house fire Thursday night in Davenport
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Crews are investigating after a fire in Davenport Thursday night. Shortly before 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, crews were called to the 500 block of East 7th Street for a structure fire. Upon arrival, crews reported a fire on the second floor of the home.
Wells Fargo closing Davenport North Main branch, selling building
Wells Fargo will close its branch location on North Main Street in Davenport this spring. The branch, 1618 N. Main St., will close at noon May 15, said Steve Carlson, regional vice president of corporate communications.
New taco shack replicates the food truck experience
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - "The taco truck season was over so people were like 'we miss your tacos," says Steve Aguilera, cook at Mex-2-Go. TheMex -2-Go taco truck is retired for the winter until the weather brings around its fourth season in the Quad Cities.
City of Davenport has crews out filling potholes
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - Crews will be out Friday in Davenport filling potholes. This according to city officials. Officials say Davenport Public Works has 11 crews out filling potholes ahead of the next winter storm.
Fairmount Library Branch hosting dress giveaway
DAVENPORT, Iowa - A Davenport library wants to help local girls say "yes" to their prom dress. The Fairmount Libary Branch has been collecting gowns to give away next weekend. People have donated hundreds of dresses in two days.
'Kids Eat Free' initiative starts Saturday in Davenport
Scott County Supervisor Ken Croken seeks Quad-City business and community support for a new, school-based nutrition program that will begin Saturday. The plan is to provide a monthly weekend meal to school children in need. The first Kids Eat Free event will be a pizza party at 3:30 p.m. at Jefferso
Iowa police investigating late-night shooting outside Applebee’s
Altoona, Iowa -According to our media partners in Des Moines, WHO, they report that Altoona Police are investigating a homicide. They say this happened outside of an Applebee’s late Friday night. Police got a call around 11 p.m. that a woman was shot in the restaurant’s parking lot.
Concerning encounter for QC mom, saying her teenage daughter was approach in bathroom by a stranger
Davenport, Iowa - An evening out for a Quad Cities family turning into a disturbing experience. They told Local 4 News it's after their teenage daughter said she was approached by a man who worked at the restaurant in the women's restroom.
Weekend Storm will make Travel Nearly Impossible In Parts of Iowa
DES MOINES, Iowa — A potent storm system is quickly lifting towards Iowa and will bring difficult and some cases impossible travel for parts of the state through the weekend.
Photos: Rock Island vs. United Township
Rock Island battles against United Township at Rock Island High School, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, in Rock Island. Final score Rock Island 45, United Township 31.
Davenport home damaged by fire
Davenport firefighters are investigating the cause of a fire in a home at 515 E. 7th St. Thursday night. The fire was called in by a citizen at 8:25 p.m. Davenport Fire Department District Chief Mike Ryan said that when firefighters arrived on the scene flames were shooting out of the windows of an
West Downtown Davenport restaurant plans ahead to face the winter business blues
Davenport, Iowa - It could be another blow to Davenport's downtown west end. As Local 4 News reported last week, this winter has been crippling for some small businesses. Cinnamon-n-Sage is the latest to go public about these struggles and the change of shutting down for good.
Hydrologist: Spring will bring major floods to the Quad-City area
Every year, the National Weather Service examines conditions such as the snow pack and how much water it contains, soil moisture and much of the ground is frozen and determines the chances of major flooding.
Judge to issue written ruling on motion in Liggins' case
The presiding judge over Stanley Liggins’ fourth murder trial said Friday she will file a written ruling on whether prosecutors can tell jurors about a prior sexual abuse conviction involving a then-9-year-old Rock Island County girl.
Iowa agency gives aerospace manufacturer Cobham $1.1 million in tax incentives for Davenport plant investment
The Iowa Economic Development Authority on Friday approved a $1.1 million incentive package for Cobham, a manufacturer of aerospace defense equipment, for the company’s planned $68 million investment into its Davenport plant and the expected creation of 150 high-paying jobs.
Fourth annual QC Black Business Expo celebrates local businesses
MOLINE, Illinois- To recognize Black History Month the QC Empowerment Network will celebrate achievements from local black entrepreneurs and businesses. The fourth annual QC Black Business Expo takes place February 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Southpark Mall. The Black Business Expo will showcase and