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People affected by last year's record flood in Davenport are invited to tell the city about their experiences, and what they think about flood protection. 

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The Quad Cities has ended veteran homelessness. Today, the bistate region joins 79 other communities across the United States that have effectively ended veteran homelessness, according to the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness. 

Due to growing numbers of COVID cases on campus and in the Quad Cities, Saint Ambrose University will hold its classes online for one week.

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With one day left in the campaign, Iowa US Sen. Joni Ernst, Gov. Kim Reynolds, and Congressional Candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks are reaching out to voters one last time. 

Over 100 new jobs will be created at the Sterilite Corporation in Davenport. By early next year, the factory plans to hire employees in maintenance, production, and shipping. 

A Davenport woman has been arrested for Sunday night's fatal shooting at a restaurant in Davenport. Monday afternoon, police announced 24 year old Treshonda Pollion is charged with first degree murder.

Marianna Bacallao, WVIK News

Former US UN Ambassador Nikki Haley visited the Quad Cities today to support Iowa Second Congressional Candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks. 

State officials want to hear what residents of the Iowa Quad Cities think about a possible increase in the cost of water. Wednesday night the Iowa Utilities Board will hold a "customer comment hearing" in Davenport on the rate hike requested by Iowa-American Water.

Worried about the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the city and the Quad Cities, Davenport Mayor Mike Matson has issued an executive order. Effective immediately, city staff and people visiting city facilities must wear masks, and attendance is limited to ten people at public meetings.

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Now that it has a name, construction could soon begin on a new park in Davenport. Wednesday night, the city council officially approved "Jersey Farms Park" for the 11-acre site in the northeast part of the city, on East 65th Street, near Jersey Ridge Road.