Rob grew up in the Chicago suburbs and is happy to return to the Midwest after spending six years in Lubbock, Texas. He's been married to his wife Kathy for 15 years and they're the proud parents of a rescued Greyhound named JJ. Rob roots for the Cubs, doesn't put ketchup on hot dogs and never met a pizza he didn't like.
Should Toilet Paper Go Over or Under?
Should toilet paper go over or under?
Davenport PD: Can You ID This Person?
A bank robbery occurred at Northwest Bank and Trust. Davenport Police are looking for this man in connection to today's robbery. If you have information about his identity please call the Davenport Police Department at 563-326-6125.
‘Man Flu’ Might Be A Real Thing
There certainly is a cold going around. If the guy in your life has been sick, you've probably teased him about having "the man flu." Don't laugh about it though ... it just might be true.
Don’t Fall Victim to QC Package Thieves
Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities reports that some residents have been the victim of packages being ripped off their front porch. So how can you stop this from happening to you?
City of Davenport Ready for Snow and Ice
It's the time of year where snow and ice can cause travel headaches for us all. Cities in the area have plans in place to combat snow and ice, however, that doesn't mean that it won't be a headache.
Ref Shortage May Hurt High School Sports
It's not a new problem but it's getting worse. Individuals who love sports and are dedicated enough to commit the time necessary to act as officials for high school sporting events are getting harder and harder to find.
Your Quad City Holiday Traditions
Holiday traditions. A lot of families have them. As a little kid, I remember we always had Christmas at Aunt Grace's. Then the adults would have a night cap at Gram's or Uncle Jim's place. I'd be dragged along and bored.
Gas Line Break in Moline
Our news partner Local 4 News is reporting Mid American Energy and The Moline Fire Department are on site at a gas line break near the 3300 block of Avenue of Cities.
Help QC Kids Touched by Domestic Violence
You can help Quad City kids who are in a domestic violence shelter or safe house have a little bit more normal Christmas by donating to the Davenport Police Association's toy drive. The Quad City Times reports the 15th annual toy drive is this weekend at North Park Mall.