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  • James Zahara visits Garfield Elementary in Davenport

    Some Davenport students learn from the master.

  • Police: Three Kewanee residents forged prescriptions for Vicodin

      KEWANEE, Ill – Three Kewanee residents are spending some time in jail after they allegedly obtained Vicodin using forged prescriptions. On Tuesday, April 14th, three Kewanee residents were arrested after allegedly using false prescriptions to acquire more than 13,000 tablets of Vicodin. According to the Star Courier, Henry County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Lavona M. Nyert, 52, Steven C. McKeever, 57, Kimberly S. McKeever, 52. The three are charged with one county of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and […]

  • Obama talks education in Iowa City

    Visiting friendly and familiar territory at the University of Iowa on Wednesday, President Barack Obama issues a call to keep interest on student loans from doubling soon. “This is about your job security,” he said. “This is about your future. If you do well, the economy does well. This is about the economy.” Speaking at a packed Field House, he finds a subject important to college students. It’s a way to connect with some first-time voters in a presidential election. […]

  • Australian Nana shows off her spoon skills

    Deb 'Spoons' Perry accompanies The Black Keys.

  • Police: Garage Burglar possessed “large amount of stolen property”

    DAVENPORT, Iowa – A Davenport man was allegedly caught in the act burglarizing cars parked in several area garages. On Monday, April 23rd, authorities observed a male subject committing garage burglaries in Davenport. When the suspect realized he was being watched, he allegedly fled only to be found a short time later at his residence. According to police, his vehicle contained several items reported stolen that morning. Matthew Anderson, 26, of Davenport is charged with three counts of burglary 3rd […]

  • FBI releases Crundwell seizure warrants

    Several city officials had items seized after authorities discovered that Rita Crundwell had given them loans. Click here to read the full document.

  • Vigil commemorates Kenneth Weishuhn

    Dozens of people gathered in Davenport to honor the memory of an Iowa teen plagued by bullying.

  • James visits Lincoln-Irving in Moline

    Our own James Zahara took a break from forecasting to educate some local students.

  • Police: London Mills woman smuggled drugs in body cavity

    GALESBURG, Ill – A scheduled jail visit resulted in a body cavity search for a Knox County woman. On Saturday, April 21st, Erin M. Nelson, 44, of London Mills, turned herself in to the Knox County Jail to serve some scheduled jail time. According to the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, when Nelson arrived, she was detained by jail staff and investigators. A subsequent investigation resulted in the removal of contraband and an illegal substance from a body cavity which was […]

  • Davenport robbery suspect leads police on chase

    A bank robbery led to the lock-downs of eight Iowa City schools.

  • Trial of man accused of killing Jennifer Hudson’s relatives continues

    Proceedings are set to resume Tuesday morning in the trial of the man accused of killing the mother, brother and nephew of the actress and singer Jennifer Hudson.

  • Voters name Alcoa Eaglets

    A full month after their birth, voters have now decided on the names for Alcoa's three eaglets.