Here's the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.
Scott County health officials on Thursday reported four new cases of the COVID-19 virus, bringing the county's total to seven, while Rock Island County announced one new case, bringing its total to four.
Pay raises and more benefits are coming for Hy-Vee, Fareway grocery store workers and Kraft Heinz employees in the Quad-Cities amid the COVID-…
A drive through the grounds of the Rock Island Arsenal early Thursday afternoon revealed many empty parking lots.
DES MOINES — The number of initial claims filed between March 15-21 — the first time period that reflects the increased number of claims filed related to COVID-19, including the broader group of individuals eligible for claims due to the virus — was 40,952.
COVID-19, the new coronavirus, poses the same problem to every school district in the country: How do you continue to educate kids while preserving public health?
Many non-essential Iowa businesses will remain closed through April 7, an extension of one week announced Thursday by Gov. Kim Reynolds.
DES MOINES — Waiters, waitresses, bartenders, hotel employees and other workers in accommodation and food services industries who were idled because of the COVID-19 outbreak are filing jobless benefits claims in droves, state officials from Illinois and Iowa said Thursday.
CAMBRIDGE — Meeting via teleconference Thursday, the Henry County Board approved an extension to the emergency disaster declaration that will carry through to April 23.