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After 11 years of leading the Davenport Catholic Diocese, Bishop Martin Amos announced Wednesday that the Vatican had approved his request for retirement. He'll be replaced by Monsigner Thomas Zinkula.

Melissa and Claire talk about the intersections of art, Earth Day, and the March for Science through a closer examination of artists Katja Loher and Maria Sybilla Merian.

city of Davenport

A Davenport alderman has admitted lying to a federal grand jury last year. Tuesday 3rd ward alderman Bill Boom appeared in U.S. District Court in Davenport and pleaded guilty to making a false declaration before a grand jury. 

Green, yellow, red and orange vegetables displayed in rows and on shelves
Michelle O'Neill / WVIK News

People who have special diets or like to eat food without additives will have another place to shop in the Quad Cities. Wednesday morning, Natural Grocers will open a new store in Davenport on 53rd Street next to Rave Cinemas.


Family Law Experiment

Apr 18, 2017

An experiment is underway in eastern Iowa to change how divorce and other family law cases are handled by the courts. The goal of the pilot project is to speed up simple cases, allow more people to represent themselves, and give judges a more active role.

State Employees, Retirees to Rauner: Do Your Job

Apr 17, 2017
WVIK Staff

Around 50 protestors gathered in downtown Moline Monday afternoon to protest what they see as Bruce Rauner's failure to pass a budget.

Rauner Talks to QC Chamber

Apr 17, 2017
WVIK Staff

Met by protestors outside and members of the business community inside, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner came to the Quad Cities Monday for the second time in a week.

  Writers Almanac

Living on the Rock River

Apr 15, 2017


TPC Deere Run

On Midwest Week, the John Deere Classic is now 20 years old - not the tournament but the sponsorship.

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