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Project Bundle Up

Oct 17, 2019

As winter approaches, the Salvation Army is preparing to help needy children dress warmly. Project Bundle Up, the annual effort to collect new winter coats, gloves, hats, scarfs, and boots, will be held Friday.

The third and final debate of the campaign for governor of Iowa will be held this weekend in the Quad Cities. KWQC-tv in Davenport will host the debate on Sunday morning between Republican incumbent Kim Reynolds and Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell.

With the Iowa primary less than a month away, all six democrats running for governor will debate in the Quad Cities this weekend. Co-sponsored by KWQC-tv and the Quad City Times, it'll be held on Sunday night in the studios of KWQC in Davenport.

Two weeks, and counting. That's how long KWQC-tv, the Quad Cities NBC affiliate, has been off the Mediacom cable system.

KWQC vs Mediacom, Day 7

Jul 21, 2015

It's been seven days, and one of the Quad Cities television stations is still missing from many homes. Following a breakdown in negotiations over a new contract, Mediacom blacked out KWQC, Channel 6, from its cable line-up here, and in Clinton.

Residents of the Quad Cities and Clinton may have discovered that something's missing from their televisions - KWQC, Channel 6. Mediacom dropped the Davenport-based station from its cable line-up Tuesday due to the failure of negotiations to renew their contract.

WVIK Staff

Health care is one of the major differences between the two candidates for congress in Iowa's second district.  That was obvious during Saturday's debate in Davenport between democratic incumbent Dave Loebsack, and republican challenger, Mariannette Miller-Meeks.