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Let's Make the Dead Zone Disappear

Jul 20, 2019


Bucktown is Back

Jul 19, 2019
Bucktown Center for the Arts

Another casualty of the flood in downtown Davenport is finally able to welcome customers again. On Wednesday, the Bucktown Center for the Arts on East Second Street re-opened. 

Trigger Interactive, LLC

A new company in Le Claire will get help from the state of Iowa to develop its products. Trigger Interactive will use the $25,000 loan to pay for product and consumer testing.

Trial is now set for September for a former student at Western Illinois University accused of cheating Amtrak. Federal prosecutors say 23 year old Ryan Minter from Calumet City, Illinois used stolen credit card information to buy Amtrak tickets online, sold them to students at a discount, and then kept the money.

Mississippi Valley Fair

On Midwest Week, a major annual summer event in the Quad Cities may be 100 years old this year.

Zach Wilson, WVIK News

Riding a bike from California to Washington, D.C. is a daunting task, but that’s just how some members of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity are spending their summer.

River Bend Foodbank

The River Bend Foodbank will hold its next mobile food pantry in Rock Island on Saturday.

Andrews Verdict

Jul 17, 2019
Kevin Schmidt, Quad City Times

Not guilty on the most serious charge, but guilty for three others. That was the verdict Wednesday for an Eldridge boy who took a gun to school last year, pointed it at a teacher, and pulled the trigger. 

The Official Site of Governor Steve Bullock

Montana Governor Steve Bullock will bring his presidential campaign across Southeastern Iowa on Thursday, with a stop in Muscatine for a meet & greet at Elly's Tea & Coffee tomorrow at 1:00 p.m.

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