ROCKFORD - A Spee-Dee Taxi driver was robbed at gunpoint Thursday morning in the 1100 block of Grant Ave.
Some fear the original intent of video gaming in Illinois isn't matching the reality... and that's not a good thing.
ROCKFORD - A man is shot in the shoulder in a drive by shooting in the 600 block of Acorn St.
Lego sculptures mixed in with tropical plants and flowers makes for an interesting exhibit for kids and kids at heart.
ROCKFORD - Officers responded to the 800 block of Tanner Ct., finding a man inside with a gunshot wound to his head; he was pronounced dead at the scene.
DEKALB COUNTY--A man is charged with a DUI after crashing his car into the side of a house.
WINNEBAGO -- A stateline girl fighting an uphill battle with her health gets a boost that no medicine could provide.
House located at 1233 Revell Avenue. Police will be stationed there throughout the week.
Many residents in a quiet Stateline neighborhood are in shock after a massive drug bust in Roscoe.
If you can't get tickets to the Indy 500 you can get tickets to he next best thing. The Historic Auto Attractions is a journey through time for stateliners and even tourists.
TAPLEY WOODS - Four people, all from the northern Illinois area, were killed when a truck veered into oncoming traffic, colliding head-on with a minivan on U.S. Rt. 20.
ROCKFORD - With an obesity rate of 33%, Gallup research names Rockford the 10th most obese city in America.
Tells 'Eyewitness News' she has committed herself to NASCAR.
Believes ISIS threat cannot be eliminated without American soldiers fighting in Iraq.
Agency finds percentage of population decline on par with that of Detroit.
WTVO/WQRF -- Hundreds of stateliners are posting, tagging and tweeting their way right into the eyes of local police.
School does not allow kids who are home schooled to play sports there.
Hundreds of protesters flood the streets demanding higher wages outside the corporate headquarters of McDonald’s. The crowds so big that Rockford police was called to assist.
Organizers wanted to bring some new flavor to the downtown area. So they started a sculpture program with professional artists. This allows them to showcase pieces of art through out the city of Rockford.
From a wild horse rescue to a mysterious orb floating around a space museum, we've got your Wednesday Hot Shots.
ROCKFORD - Officer David Cerasa, a two-year veteran of the Rockford Police Department, is currently on administrative leave per Department policy.
ROCKFORD - A Lifescape bus has crashed into the Times Theater building on N. Main St.
ROCKFORD - State and Rockford Police as well as a K9 Unit on scene of an attempted bank robbery on N. Mulford.
ROSCOE - A search of a residence at 11350 Lemon Grass Lane results in the discovery of up to 200 grams of marijuana and more than 200 cannabis plants.
JANESVILLE - Clayton Courtney, arrested last May in the death of his girlfriend Britney Cross, pleads guilty to murder today; he faces a mandatory life sentence.
How Social Media is reuniting lost loves apart for years.
UPDATE: Gunman description released.
The Immanuel Lutheran Church will be hosting a benefit at the end of May to help support Ava Mirtoska as she aspires to rebuild her restaurant, Grubsteakers.
KIRKLAND -- DeKalb County is making it easier for Fairdale residents to rebuild.
A Freeport Bus service that serves seniors, the handicapped and disabled could be out of service. They received a letter informing them their contract with the city is about to expire; without a new one they're out of luck.
Amendments to Rockford's property ordinance has left more question's than answers among property owners raising rumors that private property owners must register who lives with them.
Ribbon cuttings held for stores in Rockford and Machesney Park.
ROCKFORD - Police say three people are being detained and questioned related to shots fired on School Street earlier today.
WTVO/WQRF - The FTC is going after four cancer charities for alleged fraud; charities accused of using donations to cover lavish personal spending.
ROCKFORD - The MWAH! Troupe putting on a performance for students at Flinn Middle School on Monday, driving across a powerful message on an important issue impacting students across the U.S.
WTVO/WQRF - Walmart says recent profits are lower than expected and a recent pay hike for employees is partly to blame.
ASHTON - A suspect described as a 6', thin built white man robbed a Casey's General Store of about $100.
WTVO/WQRF - The government claims Fiat Chrysler automobiles isn't working fast enough to fix recalled cars.
SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois Supreme court will hear oral arguments today on a $10 billion class action verdict against cigarette giant Phillip Morris.
City inching closer to turning vacant building into a hotel.
The man who was shot and killed this weekend has been identified, while residents say this violence has them afraid to even step outside their homes.
ROCKFORD - Police believe they could be related to gangs, say offenders will be brought to justice.
From the world's first underwater bar to an Alaska moose taking his first steps, we've got your Monday Hot Shots.
NEPAL - An Illinois Marine, Cpl. Sara Medina of Aurora, was one of six Marines killed when their aircraft crashed during a relief mission last week.
CHICAGO - Mayor Rahm Emanuel will be sworn into his second term in office today at the Chicago theatre; President Bill Clinton expected to be in attendance.
ROCKFORD - An autopsy completed Monday revealed Mark Farrar, 41, died due to a gunshot wound to his chest.
ROCKFORD - Until August 31st, more than 60 local Subways will participate in the "You Share. We Share." campaign to help support Rockford Rescue Mission.
ROCKFORD - Heavy fire and smoke causes tens of thousands of dollars in damages to an unoccupied home on School Street.
ROSCOE - Construction will close down a leg of the road for no longer than 90 days.
ROCKFORD -- A tip from the public lands two Rockford men behind bars.