Here's the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.
Davenport COVID-19 survivor: 'It was surreal; I was miserable'
Unite Quad Cities for COVID-19 Recovery 24-hour giving event is Monday
It is 10:07 p.m. on a recent Thursday and the 16-year-old and I — like we've done every night for a week — head for the garage.
SPRINGFIELD – Workers in Illinois whose jobs are deemed essential during the COVID-19 pandemic are now eligible for increased state child care…
UPDATED: Scott County reports first death from COVID-19; Rock Island reports four more positive cases
The glass in Emma Wagener's world has always been beyond half filled.
After a week that ended with President Trump signing a $2.2 trillion stimulus into law, a lot has happened locally and regionally. Here’s a recap:
COVID-19 update: Five more cases in Scott County
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Rock Island County nearly doubled in a day.
East Moline is canceling its Monday city council meeting due to the coronavirus, the city announced. The next meeting is April 20 and a remote attendance option will be available and encouraged, the release from city administrator Doug Maxeiner said.
People are taking social distancing seriously. But reports of large gatherings persist.
Quad-City area residents can purchase a shirt, with 75% of the cost of one shirt going to support those in the local service industry.
DES MOINES — There will be a June 2 primary election in Iowa, state and local elections officials pledge.
Quad City Veterans Outreach Center, Drive Up Food Basket Giveaway & Sack Lunch, serving veterans in 320 vehicles, Saturday, April. 4, in D…