More than six hundred thousand GM cars are still on the road that have not had recall repairs.
Drivers are filling up and they're not cringing when it comes time to pay.
Many cans will help feed many hungry mouths--mouths state line food pantries say are growing by the day.
Sharleen Seas is the state trooper who first spotted accused killer Terence Doddy and pursued the dangerous fugitive.
Chanting and waving signs in protest--this was the scene as workers marched to a Rockford McDonalds to rally for Fight for 15.
All of the books that were donated will fill a bus and they will be sent to Nigeria.
It's the second annual Stroll on State and thousands of state liners packed the streets for the holiday kickoff celebration.
Video from the fire at 2411 Pinedrop Parkway Saturday night, revealed that the fire hydrants near the home don't work.
Paint in an empty parking lot marks the spot where fast food will meet job growth.
Winnebago County now plans to have the public safety building demolished around February 2015, which chairman Scott Christiansen says is still on schedule.
The roads were slick and cars were sliding--and some crashing.
It's the get it now or miss it later mentality for customers at Blain’s Farm and Fleet.
When there is a shooting at a school, like the one last month at a high school in Washington, the strategy has been to lock kids in classrooms.
Women will walk a labyrinth today as a part of self-reflection and finding some time for themselves in the hustle and bustle of daily life.
The flag burns as bright and bold as the colors that once flew on it.
ROCKFORD, IL--It was a blaze no person could have survived--the back of the RV incinerated.
It's Rockford’s one-of-a kind, nearly ten million dollar road improvement—the only two-lane roundabout in all of Illinois.
Many voters taking advantage of something new to this election--early voting on the Sunday before Election Day.
One look at Bradley Skelly's rap sheet -- which includes ten OWI arrests -- and it's amazing to think that Friday morning, he got his eleventh.
With less than a week away from Election Day, lawns are littered with campaign signs.
"I was diagnosed in June 2006 with stage two,” said Jamie Evans, the Chief of Police for the Roscoe Police Department.
From Chris Christie and John McCain--and Monday, Vice President Joe Biden--some big political names have been making Rockford a popular spot to campaign.
“I'm running on no sleep and it's worth every penny,” said record collector, Josh Richter.
Chad Johnson sees them almost every night.
Thousands of ballots are ready for registered voters--voters now able to register Election Day and vote that same day.
A former Belvidere North High School history teacher, Jenee Blackert, pleaded guilty Monday to one count of criminal sexual abuse.
State liners were taking steps to help fight hunger.
The Ebola crisis has shaken Americans confidence in their government.
For the close-knit town of Ashton, Police Chief Darrell Farringer was larger than life.
Illinois lawmakers gathered for a ceremonial scoop to welcome a new facility that will be coming to the Chicago-Rockford International Airport.
This junior rower gets his oars in preparation for the race.
State Representative Litesa Wallace is frustrated by the police-involved violence in recent weeks. The 67th District lawmaker took to Facebook to show her concerns.
The autopsy table, and everything else inside the morgue, will soon need a new home.
It's been a dream of Bill Kleiman and Cody Considine's to work with bison--and now years of planning and hard work has made that dream a reality.
Dozens of kid racers took to the runway for a good cause.
Heroin deaths in the U.S. doubled from 2010 to 2012 according to a report by the CDC.
A ghost bike on East State Street is missing the front tire—and others have missing parts too.
(Updated with Video) A Rockford dog saved his family's life by taking a bullet, and now many are calling him a hero.
At a special Saturday morning budget session, city council members expressed concern over declining property values.
There are many vacant lots in the cities of Rockford and Freeport.
Guns fired and soldiers positioned themselves-it was a battle in the streets at World War II Days.
Stephenson County emergency crews had a school bus accident drill Saturday morning.
“It saved my life and now I’m out there trying to help people save their lives,” said Matthew Albano.
It's the third annual Academy Expo and this event is designed by Alignment Rockford in partnership with Rockford Public Schools.
A Stateline child who has been physically abused may end up at the Carrie Lynn Children’s Center.
Kids were all smiles riding ponies and seeing the nurses that took care of them.
City council voted 11 to 3 in favor of purchasing the old post office on New Towne Drive.
This bright and colorful mural reflects the people inside, according to Linda Wiggs.
An empty grocery store is a common sight in the forest city.
Construction is everywhere along IL 173, and starting Monday, there will even be more.