Rockford- Winnebago County approves funding of 8 million dollars for MRO Facility at Rockford Airport.
John Perryman is a unique man. He’s one of the few doctors in northern Illinois who has ever treated an actual case of the measles.
Three women claim David Seaton abused them when they were minors. Bringing a total of five victims speaking out against Seaton.
A panel of black men from different Rockford organizations, come together for a ‘Man Up’ press conference at the Fairgrounds Valley Community Center, before they march this Saturday.
Empty seats fill an empty bus station. That’s what waits at the end of the East State Street bus route—and the silence lasts all day.
At Rockford’s Muslim Community Center and Mosque, the indictment of Jasminka Ramic on terror charges sent off alarm bells.
Jasminka Ramic's home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac on a quiet Rockford street.
Toddlers at the Trinity Daycare in Rockford sing songs, and since its Friday, watch a movie.
Lots of shoppers waiting in long check-out lines.
Reaction to the news that convicted cop killer, Ted Bacino, could soon be released from prison, was upsetting for a former cop like Representative John Cabello.
Former Deputy Chief of the Rockford Police Department, Lori Sweeney, gives testimony for three hours.
Coroner confirms cause of death in murder of man on Rockford's southeast side.
Students practicing problems and tackling questions from an ACT prep book.
A door lays singed in the snow and debris scattered by the front steps of a house on Horace Avenue.
The snow is finally here and so are the skiers.
Friends wearing sweatshirts with Jazznique's picture on it, arrived for the funeral service at the Greater New Hope Baptist Church.
Law enforcement in Lee County is getting drugs off their streets.
Stateline doctors are staying busy with flu patients.
Just four days before Bruce Rauner is sworn in, Governor Pat Quinn is calling a special session to discuss holding a special election to replace comptroller, Judy Baar Topinka.
A friend of Jazznique’s said, “I'm going to miss her walking the hall way you know talking stuff."
Drivers should be aware of the increased number of officers on the roads this New Year’s eve.
In Ogle County, gas prices are about to fall below the two dollar mark.
It was one week ago tonight that a gunman killed a mother, her boyfriend, and two young boys.
Drivers may be happy to ring in the new year, since 2015 brings new traffic laws.
Vials and vials of nicotine liquid sit behind the counter at Rockford’s Vapor Shop--and this will soon be the norm for all tobacco retailers.
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.