Rockford- It's against city ordinance to blow leaves from your yards into the streets
Rockford- Vice President Joe Biden comes to Rockford to encourage early voting
Rockford- No parents showed up to community meeting.
WTVO/WQRF-Obama sings executive order to send National Guard to West Africa to contain Ebola
Rockford-The hearing between Epperson and the Board of Fire and Police Commission has been pushed back
Rockford-Christopher Sims went to Ferguson last weekend to show support for the family of Michael Brown
Rockford- Civil War Memorial Statue moving from North Main and Auburn to Veterans Memorial Hall
Rockford- They are called Marked Bike Routes. They are used to raise bicycle awareness.
Roscoe- Roscoe is enforcing a banner ordinance that many feel is unfair
Rockford- Rockford University announces the creation of the Puri Business School
Roscoe-Residents can now have a maximum of six chickens in their backyards, but they must be caged.
Rockford- The 13th annual Shining the Light on Domestic Violence Ceremony was held Wednesday
Sandwich-Dairy Queen asked Sandwich to change its name to "Wrap"
ROCKFORD - A man learns how long he'll be in prison for shooting a man to death.
Arrest comes after incident at offices of 'Rock River Times.'
Rockford-Stateliners say local mental health facilities have turned them away from receiving detox because there is not enough beds available.
Poplar Grove-Susie Danielson remembered by family and friends at Timber Pointe Golf Club
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.
Rockford-It's part of the Rockford Art Museum's "Ghost Bike Project."
Matthew Ton being sought on felony charges after speeding from police in Loves Park store parking lot.
Rockford- Hope Floats is a support group for children who are affected by cancer in their household.
Springfield-Rauner wants more transparency in medical marijuana cultivation center process.
New independent poll shows incumbent with double-digit lead in race for Governor.
Janesville-As two Illinois lawmakers push to equip all police with body cameras, one Stateline agency in Wisconsin says the cameras are vital.
Springfield- The cameras would be paid off by adding a six dollar surcharge on fines for criminal or traffic offense convictions. Supporters say the increase could raise up to six million dollars per year.
ROCKFORD - Six kids may be behind a school burglary. Half of them have been placed under arrest - the youngest is only seven years old.
People who's last names start with "A" through "L" can start applying now.
Senator Dick Durbin wants to make sure it does not become a huge problem.
Rockford- Winnebago County Coroner's Office says 40 year old Jimmie Nelson died when his car flipped over on the 2800 block of Kilburn. Police say alcohol and reckless driving were involved in the crash.
Rockford- Bruce Whitehead takes ice bucket challenge.
One local senator says no.
Village says they're monitoring how many video gaming facilities open there.
Residents want Whiskey's River Smokehouse torn down
Rockford-a vigil was held in her honor, as she fights for her life at a hospital.
Rockford- City market will have to move vendors who used the top park of the water street parking deck.
ROCKFORD -- Investigation reveals police not responsible for crash that killed 17 year old Robert Wilson back in March.
Belvidere-A vote to put building a new shelter on November's ballot passed at a vote of 7-5 at Monday's county board meeting
Rockford-Community crime forum was held Thursday evening.
Rockford- It's part of Home Depot's annual Celebration of service
ROCKFORD - The Rockford School Board votes in favor of a plan that would close eight elementary schools, to a cost of $250 million.
Duke the Dog is the Canine Academy's first graduate.
Hundreds have been denied licenses because they were not properly trained.
Students must now show proof that they have received two doses of MMR and Varicella vaccinations.
Governor Quinn signs a new law over the weekend to improve animal rights.
Man stole undisclosed items from store Friday morning.
ROCKFORD - A man is shot to death after an altercation.
Rockford- U.S Cellular on Riverside falls victim to an armed robbery
Rockford- Scammers are promising job seekers employment, but then steals their money.
Many Stateline cities are being told by Illinois that they may have to supply their own salt for this year. The price of salt is skyrocketing due to a shortage.
Police respond to a shooting on the city's southeast side.