Midwest Week

Fridays at 6:20 PM

A Friday feature at 6:20 PM, during All Things Considered,  that reviews the major stories with the reporters who covered them.

Lee Enterprises

The Iowa legislature was finally able to adjourn for the year, one month late. And the main reason was a dispute over education funding.

Standoff in Springfield

Jun 5, 2015
Illinois Public Radio

The spring session of the Illinois General Assembly was supposed to end last weekend, but now it looks like it could drag on, well into the summer.

Summer Theater Preview

May 29, 2015
River Cities Reader

Another season of summer theater is underway in eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois, and once again we'll offer a preview.

Summer Theater Preview

May 29, 2015
River Cities Reader

Another season of summer theater is underway in eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois, and once again we'll offer a preview.

WVIK Staff

On Midwest Week, a look back at a key economic milestone in the history of the Quad Cities - the end of production at the Farmall Plant in Rock Island, 30 years ago.

WVIK Staff

In light of the controversy over police shootings across the country, a look at these cases in the Quad Cities. 

Quad City Times

On Midwest Week, the presidential candidates begin to campaign in the Quad Cities and eastern Iowa.

The Hawkeye

More than a year after it was supposed to open, the new state prison in Fort Madison is still empty, with no opening date set.

Davenport in Court

Apr 24, 2015
Quad City Times

Davenport has been the defendant in two major court cases already this year, costing the time of city officials and money from the budget.

QC Times

On Midwest Week, when three new inductees are added next month, the Quad City Sports Hall of Fame will have 90 members. Herb Trix's guest this week is Quad City Times sports editor, Don Doxsie.

Pages