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Located approximately half way between Chicago and Des Moines, Davenport sits on the Mississippi River on the border of Iowa and Illinois. The city is prone to frequent flooding due to it lying on the Mississippi River. Several well-known annual music festivals take place in Davenport, including the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, which is dedicated to native Bix Beiderbecke.

Population: 100827
Local Newspapers: Quad-City Times
Local Sports Teams: Quad Cities River Bandits (Single A Baseball) Quad City Mallards (IHL Hockey)
Local Colleges: Saint Ambrose University Palmer College

Zip Codes associated with davenport, iowa: 52801 52802 52803 52804 52806 52807
Towns/Cities near davenport, iowa : Rock Island IL Eldridge Maysville Blue Grass Bettendorf Riverdale Le Claire De Witt Walcott

Davenport News
Community comes together for Kalk

Staff photo by Fritz Busch Eden "Bliss" Kalk gets a kiss from her aunt, Taffy Brown of Davenport, Iowa, at Bliss Stock at Turner Hall. Brown is a 15-year breast cancer survivor.

'We need people to go all in,' hundreds gather to give ideas to curb juvenile crime

Hundreds gathered at the River Center in Downtown Davenport Thursday afternoon to shed light on the juvenile crime problem and give solutions to it. The Davenport Youth Community Action Summit held two sessions Thursday.

Trump accused in lawsuit of misusing charitable foundation

In a lawsuit filed Thursday, New York's Attorney General Barbara Underwood said President Donald Trump's charitable foundation served as a personal piggy bank for his businesses, legal bills and presidential campaign.

STEAM On The Hilltop student summer camp begins in absence of United Neighbors program

The First Baptist Church is doing its best to step up after the closing of the United Neighbors organization in Davenport. Back in December, the social services agency - which provided low income families services like housing assistance, job training, and after school activities - closed its doors after more than 40 years in the Quad Cities.

Police in Davenport investigate overnight shooting, one victim

They initially responded to shots fired near the area of W. 14th and Fillmore Streets just before midnight. When officers arrived at the scene, they found one gunshot victim.

Clinton Police urge residents to lock vehicles; take keys with

Police in Clinton are urging residents to err on the side of caution after nearly 50 cars were reported stolen in the first half of the year. Police in Clinton are urging residents to err on the side of caution after nearly 50 cars were reported stolen in the first half of the year.

it's Confirmed: The City of Davenport will have the first Portillo's in the Quad Cities

UPDATE: 6th Ward Alderman sent TV-6 this response when we asked about traffic concerns in this part of Davenport: There are two planned access points on 53rd. There are two planned dedicated dedicated turn lanes, one from the east and one from the west at the Costco intersection stoplight.

City of Davenport teases Portillo's pictures on Facebook

The City of Davenport's Facebook page is causing quite a bit of a stir after a post to their page Tuesday. The cup, which is strikingly similar to that of a Portillo's Restaurant cup immediately went viral in the Quad Cities having residents asking if, when and where it would be going.

QC Crime Stoppers increases maximum reward for first time in 36 years

Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities decided it was time for a pay bump. For the first time since 1982, the organization's board authorized up to $2,500 for crime tips.

Quad City Pride Parade "went well" according to director

The Quad Cities' first-ever pride parade went very well according to Andrew Arnold, the QC Pride Director of Communications. "We had people lining up every block," Arnold said.

Davenport man charged with arson after allegedly stealing car and setting it on fire

A Davenport man is in custody after police he stole a 2013 Camaro, damaged it and set it on fire. Police say 28-year-old Benjamin Jerard Meyers stole keys from the Camaro on April 16 and drove the vehicle without the owner's consent.

ICE detainees from Mt. Pleasant appear before judge in Davenport

Yesica Renza of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, leaves the Federal Building in downtown Davenport on Monday after a hearing for her husband, Ricardo Macias Saucedo. He was arrested May 2 during an Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raid on a concrete plant in Mount Pleasant and is being held on a felony charge of illegally re-entering the United States after court-ordered deportation.

I-74 arches eye-catching and provide support

These concrete pedestals, seen from the Mississippi River on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, will support the arches for the Iowa-bound side of the new Interstate 74 bridge.

Davenport schools change bell times; learn of additional district costs

Students in the Davenport Community School District will start their days 25 minutes later during the 2018-2019 school year. Elementary students will start at 8:00 a.m., high school at 8:35 a.m. and intermediate at 9:10 a.m. "In my mind being out earlier is better than being in the dark later," Beck said.

Shelter helping man and his cat back on their feet

A Davenport man is finally reunited with his cat, thanks to Kings Harvest Pet Rescue Shelter. The man and his cat were separated due to homelessness.

Beauty inside and out

Riley Shryock won Miss Scott County on the eastern coast of Iowa, and will compete Friday against 14 other girls for Miss Iowa Outstanding Teen at the Adler Theatre in Davenport. Should she win that title, she will be on her way to Orlando, Fla., to compete for Miss America Outstanding Teen, the high school version of the storied Miss America pageant.

Bridge in Village of E. Davenport closed for safety reasons

A bridge that goes over railroad tracks in the Village of East is closed to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic. According to the City of Davenport, the E. 13th Street Bridge is closed between Mound and Kuehl streets.

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