Chris: I think if youâ€™re coming to town and you know youâ€™re going to do a lot of coke on your visit, maybe you want a rental car so if a cop busts you you can blame it on whoever had the car before you, and blame it on us for not cleaning the car? Iâ€™ve heard stories like that. You could also just take a cab. But some people are really worried about about appearances, I guess. But yeah, empty coke vials rolled under the seat and the mats every weekend.
'No Hate' in DavenportThe Quad-City anti-hate rally that was planned prior to the white-supremacist showing in Virginia last week drew close to 1,000 people Wednesday to Davenport’s Vander Veer Park. +2 Hundreds of people march Wednesday in a No Hate Rally around Vander Veer Botanical Park, Davenport. It was the first major event organized by the new One Human Family QC group, which was organized to battle hateful rhetoric among Americans.
Rick is on a well-deserved vacation. I'll be your guest host until he returns.Davenport house fired onThe Davenport Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred early Tuesday. Police responded at 4:14 a.m. to the 1300 block of West 13th Street for a report of multiple shots being fired.Officers recovered casings in the street and found that a house had been struck.
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Selecting a term
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