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Zip Rockford Brings Zip-line Excitement To Stateline Residents
Rockford residents get a chance to voice their opinions on the Whitman Street Interchange.
Rockford-Stateliners say local mental health facilities have turned them away from receiving detox because there is not enough beds available.
The number of fires Rockford firefighters must fight is way down compared to last year; what is Rockford fire department doing to bring the big decline.
There are many vacant lots in the cities of Rockford and Freeport.
JANESVILLE - The autopsy is complete on the body police found burned in a car.
CHAMPAIGN - Jimmy John's appears to have given customers another reason to freak.
ROCKFORD - Sitting vacant for years, Rockford School Board leaders reach an agreement to tear down the old administration building.
BOONE CO. - A Loves Park man learns the hard way that crime doesn't pay.
WTVO/WQRF - A man wanted by Rockford Police is caught in Wisconsin.
HARTLAND, WI - A video of the Green Bay Packers quarterback surprising an inspiring young Wisconsin girl goes viral.
City Of Beloit Hopes New Teen Center Will Curb Crime
After negotiating for nearly three hours this afternoon, Belvidere Teachers and the School District failed to reach a contract agreement.
Poplar Grove-Susie Danielson remembered by family and friends at Timber Pointe Golf Club
Funding for parenting skills program could soon run out. Local leaders urge congress to take action and renew the MIECHV program before it's too late.
From a potential world record brat to a car racer who wrecks his wife's favorite toy, we've got your Tuesday Hot Shots.
Many believe Bob Lupton's belief that charity can breed dependence is part of Rockford's poverty problem.
Job hunting can be a real challenge, especially if you don't have a way to get around. Well, there's a new program in the Stateline designed to help get you where you need to go.
DIXON - The city's disgraced former comptroller says the courts should leave her pension alone.
Loves Park- Loves Park has had more than fifty people flee from them so far this year. They hope revising an ordinance will help curb that.
People in the Stateline are having issues with honey bees and wasps in their homes and yards; know how to deal with them and how to avoid them in your home.
From eyewitness video of an incredible auto accident rescue to super cute cheetah cubs making their public debut, we've got your Monday Hot Shots.
ROCKFORD - A suspect steals a bag of cash from a Road Ranger gas station.
DEKALB CO. - A motorcycle ride between husband and wife takes a deadly turn.
ROCKFORD - Summer is officially over, leading to lower gas prices.
37-year-old Nathan Dane Orbison faces false imprisonment and reckless endangerment charges.
Latest 'We Ask America' poll shows Gov. Pat Quinn closing in on Bruce Rauner.
Chicago's New Archbishop
Wisconsin Man Arrested For 5th OWI
Ogle County Woman Killed In Drunk Driving Accident
Janesville Liquor Store Robbery
Guns fired and soldiers positioned themselves-it was a battle in the streets at World War II Days.
Stateline Seatbelt Safety
Stephenson County emergency crews had a school bus accident drill Saturday morning.
Rockford-It's part of the Rockford Art Museum's "Ghost Bike Project."
“It saved my life and now I’m out there trying to help people save their lives,” said Matthew Albano.
Rockford- Many bars and restaurants have already made major renovations to comply with current laws for smoking areas. New proposals could send all the money they've invested -- up in smoke.
From a 9-1-1 call involving a girl stuck in a washing machine to a snake scaring a family inside their moving van, we've got your Friday Hot Shots.
Police say they may have committed a similar crime in the Capron area as well.
ROSCOE - A scammer is calling residents claiming to be a representative of the Harlem-Roscoe Fire Department.
WTVO/WQRF - After years of putting down the Forest City, Forbes shows Rockford a little love.
FREEPORT - A week-long search in the Pecatonica River by Freeport Police and the FBI yields some good news.
WTVO/WQRF - Scotland won't be leaving the United Kingdom after all.
Lawmakers are saying enough is enough after a central Illinois school was shutdown because of a carbon monoxide leak.
Matthew Ton being sought on felony charges after speeding from police in Loves Park store parking lot.
Belvidere- School teachers want to see changes in the school district.That's why they delivered an intent to strike notice to the district today.
MACHESNEY PARK - Police investigate an armed robbery at a local pharmacy.
In a world where violence grabs most of the headlines, a group of Stateliners gather to discuss ways to promote peace.
From an incredible scene of a school bus slamming into a house, to a 96-year-old tennis player, we've got your Thursday Hot Shots.