Katherine Bauer, WQAD

Katherine Bauer


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Katherine:

How a microchip is hitting new and used car buyers

Experts in the car industry explain the kink in the supply and demand chain that's affecting dealerships nationwide. → Read More

Donahue woman preserves husband’s legacy through gardening

"Now it's 20 years and I'm going, 'Yeah, I think I'll stick around for a little bit longer.'" → Read More

Blue Grass woman organizes donations for area non-profits

Tammy Stoffers been making sure anyone can get what they need. → Read More

A hidden gem is coming back to life at the Hauberg Estate

The array of ponds and waterfalls have been covered in silt for decades. → Read More

Iowans could soon have an easier way to get their drivers license

A mobile ID pilot program could roll out by the end of 2021. → Read More

The City of Davenport wants your thoughts on how to spend $40 million in COVID relief

The survey is open until June 4. → Read More

TV shows returning that are must-watches this week

From memoirs turned TV shows to high school nostalgia, there's something for everyone to binge this week. → Read More

Davenport garden center struggles to hire workers

"We can't offer the level of service that we normally offer because we simply don't have enough people here to work." → Read More

The Weekly Binge goes to the dark side

We're talking dark, mysterious must-see movies premiering this week. → Read More

New program delivers free food for those in need

Porch to Pantry gets food from the River Bend Food Bank to families in need in Rock Island-Milan schools. → Read More

The Weekly Binge: embracing stories about finding yourself

Streaming services highlight Asian directors and leads this month, along with some must-watch thrillers in your Weekly Binge. → Read More

East Moline man brings people together and keeps them laughing during the pandemic

Leo Kaalberg started posting food reviews and recommendations a year ago. Almost a year later, thousands of people are hooked. → Read More

East Moline church hosts first walk-in clinic, hopes to encourage more to get the shot

The pastor at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church says some people of color can be nervous to get the shot. → Read More

You don't need an appointment for this vaccination clinic

For the first time, the Rock Island County Health Department is hosting a walk-in clinic for COVID shots. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Sterling woman dedicates herself to her church and community

Janet Clites has served the Big Red Church for 15 years. → Read More

Hundreds of teens get vaccinated in Henry County, meaning looser restrictions soon for some

It was the first mass vaccination clinic specifically for 16-18-year-olds in the area. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Woman recognized for work with Davenport food pantry

Elizabeth VanCamp co-founded the Minnie Fridge in December 2020, and it continues to grow. → Read More

Lead poisoning has killed three Henry County bald eagles; now conservationists say it's been a growing problem

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says they're seeing more bald eagles killed by lead poisoning. And it's one simple change that could make big difference. → Read More

How to sign-up for a free ride to your vaccination appointment

MetroLINK is offering free rides from Moline and Rock Island to the Camden Centre Vaccination Clinic. → Read More

Candidates for Moline mayor answer your questions

You had a lot of questions for the candidates running for mayor of Moline. Here are their responses to the biggest issues facing the city right now. → Read More