Here are the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.
The Living Proof Exhibit offers the therapeutic benefits of the arts to those impacted by cancer. Now, the community can help its cause with its latest efforts: creating birdhouses.
A Rock Island vending machine business is considering legal action after accusing a competitor of hampering its business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government has taken the prison at Thomson, Ill., off a list of quarantine sites where new prisoners are sent to be monitored for their health. Thomson was one of 11 such sites designated by the federal Bureau of Prisons.
JOHNSTON — Gov. Kim Reynolds expressed confidence Monday in her “phased-in” plan to jump start the state’s economy, saying Iowa businesses and residents have responsibly taken safe, measured steps to balance competing issues with the desire of keeping the spread of COVID-19 in check.
CEDAR RAPIDS — Two young patients with a rare inflammatory syndrome linked to COVID-19 illness in children are being treated in a Cedar Rapids hospital, The Gazette learned Monday.
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday announced the launch of Illinois’ contact tracing program and defended an emergency rule filed Friday to allow for misdemeanor charges against businesses defying his stay-at-home order.
SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois Department of Employment Security has confirmed that a new online portal that processes claims for federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance briefly allowed public access to applicants’ personal information, including Social Security numbers.