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Accident at Highway 61 and Coon Hunters Road near Blue Grass

SCOTT COUNTY, Iowa (KWQC) – An eyewitness says traffic heading into Davenport was back up after a two vehicle crash Friday morning, April 22, 2016. The accident happened on Highway 61, east of Blue Grass, Iowa, at Coon Hunters Road. 63 more words


Meet Rob and Sally: The Do-It-Alls

The Fannin county volunteers were born and raised in New York. In 2007, the couple chose to retire and continue their adventures in Georgia.

Since then, the couple has been incredibly involved in the community through volunteering everywhere they could find; the Fire Department and the CERT team within the ARC have been a few of their many volunteer locations. 77 more words


Blue Grass woman warns of wax warmer danger

BLUE GRASS, Iowa (KWQC) – We know candles are a common cause of house fires, but a local woman is warning that wax warmers can do damage, too. 377 more words


Candle suspected as cause of Blue Grass house fire

UPDATE: A caller who tells us she is the homeowner says the fire was actually started by a ‘scented wax warmer’ bulb. She says the hot bulb overheated and ignited flammable material that was near the warmer. 82 more words


Two accidents near Blue Grass, including rollover

MUSCATINE COUNTY, Iowa (KWQC) – Crews responded to two separate accidents near Blue Grass on Thursday morning, March 24, 2016 around 9 a.m. The accidents happened minutes apart, but officials say they weren’t related. 52 more words


Iowa dental students hope to fill need for rural practices

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KWQC) – There are several counties with none or only a few private practice dentists across the state of Iowa. Currently, there are 94 private practice dentists in Scott county, which 27 of those (nearly a third) are older than 60. 445 more words


Blue Grass police officer proposes senior watch program

BLUE GRASS, Iowa (KWQC) – Blue Grass Police Department Sgt. Garrett Jahns proposed a new, never before seen program in the Quad Cities directed at helping senior citizens Tuesday night during a city council meeting. 258 more words