Marci Clark, KWQC-TV6 News

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KWQC-TV6 News

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Past articles by Marci:

Scott County officials cut ribbon on Youth Justice and Rehabilitation Center

Scott County officials broke ground on a new Youth Justice and Rehabilitation Center Monday morning. → Read More

Scott County officials break ground on Youth Justice and Rehabilitation Center

Scott County officials broke ground on a new Youth Justice and Rehabilitation Center Monday morning. → Read More

Caught on camera: Naked man enters woman’s porch, tries to get inside her house

The woman was home, asleep inside when the incident happened. → Read More

Caught on camera: Naked man enters woman’s porch, tries to get inside her house

The woman was home, asleep inside when the incident happened. → Read More

Caught on camera: Naked man enters woman’s porch, tries to get inside her house

The woman was home, asleep inside when the incident happened. → Read More

Caught on camera: Naked man enters woman’s porch, tries to get inside her house

The woman was home, asleep inside when the incident happened. → Read More

OSF PromptCare cuts ribbon on new clinic inside former Cottage Hospital

OSF HealthCare’s new PromptCare clinic celebrated moving into the former Galesburg Cottage Hospital Wednesday afternoon with a ribbon cutting, blessing, and dedication. → Read More

Work doesn’t stop for local blood center on Labor Day, donations desperately needed

ImpactLife officials say they see a decrease in donations over the holidays. Right now, ImpactLife has about a one-day supply of ‘O’ negative blood. ‘O’ negative is the universal blood type. → Read More

Pro-choice protesters march from Rock Island to Davenport

Organizers led the group over the Centennial Bridge at about 1 p.m. on Monday. → Read More

Warren County man gets leg stuck in auger, hits horse on way to hospital

A Warren County man is lucky to be alive after his leg got caught in an auger. He then hit a horse while driving himself to the emergency room. → Read More

Moline Fire Department feels impact of labor shortage on International Firefighters’ Day, recruiting more

The shortage is not just a Moline or Quad City problem but a nationwide shortage. → Read More

Breasia Terrell’s mother speaks one year after human remains identified as her daughter’s

Breasia Terrell’s mother, Aishia Lankford, is sharing her grief a year after police confirmed the human remains found near a pond north of DeWitt belonged to her 10-year-old daughter, Breasia Terrell. → Read More

OSF Healthcare closes on purchase of real estate, equipment from Galesburg Cottage Hospital

In February OSF HealthCare and Cottage Hospital signed an exclusive letter of intent for the purchase. → Read More

East Moline Catholic school to close, parents determined to save school

The Office of Catholic Schools announced Friday in a letter to parents that Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy will close at the end of the school year. → Read More

Humility Homes and Services receives $4.2 million for 60 housing units

Just over $3 million comes from Scott County ARPA funds. → Read More

Rock Island Arsenal commemorates Vietnam War Veterans Day

The ceremony included a rifle salute, wreath-laying, and keynote speaker John Lavelle, a Vietnam Veteran. → Read More

Mysterious rubber ducks appearing daily at Mark Twain Elementary

The school librarian says they have no idea where the ducks come from. Ducks now adorn the library including on top of the ceiling lights, desks, and bookshelves. → Read More

Quad City nonprofit sending water to Ukraine

Mercy Waters is sending their third truck full of pallets of water across the border into Ukraine and the capital city Kyiv. → Read More

OSF Healthcare to buy real estate, equipment from Galesburg Cottage Hospital

In a media release, OSF Healthcare said they expect the transaction to close this spring. → Read More

Superintendent, health experts warn after Fentanyl and THC found in vaping device at North Scott High School

North Scott Superintendent Joe Stutting confirms a vaping device with THC and fentanyl was found at North Scott High School on Thursday. → Read More