City officials in Chicago said the city's election website crashed for a short time on Tuesday. Officials said it happened because so many voters were trying to figure out if their polling place had moved because of redistricting.
Board of Elections spokesperson Jim Allen said the site was down for more than hour and hundreds of voters went to the wrong polling place. While the city's phones were clogged by people trying to figure out where they needed to go to vote.
by Roland Glembine / email@example.com Davenport school officials tell CBS 4 that North High School, Wood Intermediate and Harrison Elementary were all placed on external lockdown Friday afternoon. PoliceMore >>
North High School, Wood Intermediate and Harrison Elementary were all placed on external lockdown Friday afternoonMore >>
by Mike Colón firstname.lastname@example.org Four people were arrested Thursday in what police are calling an ongoing criminal conspiracy to make and sell drugs. The Quad City Metropolitan Enforcement Group tellsMore >>
Police say ecstasy, pot, hash and growing materials found More >>
by Mike Colón email@example.com One man was killed Thursday night in a crash on South Concord Avenue in Davenport. Police were called to the 2500 block of South Concord shortly before 11 P.M. A preliminaryMore >>
One man was killed Thursday night in a crash on South Concord Avenue in DavenportMore >>
by Mike Colón firstname.lastname@example.org The Davenport Police Department is advising parents to be cautious after two children were approached in recent incidents. The first was on December 6th when officersMore >>
Two children report being approached in separate incidentsMore >>
By: Christine Souders email@example.com An Iowa State Trooper has gone above and beyond the call of duty to save a man's life. During a welfare check November 26th, the trooper found the man underMore >>
Many homeless people in the Quad Cities are spending winter nights outside in the cold.More >>