Eyewitness News Chief Meteorologist Candice King spoke with a Fairdale resident who survived the EF4 tornado and witnessed it all.
Loves Park - Event kicked off today at the Indoor Sports Center, and runs through Sunday.
Rockford - 5th annual Black History Month Observance held at City Hall
Rockford - President Doug Baker addressed the tough topic at Rockford Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
Darius Rucker and other members of Hootie & the Blowfish performed Sunday night at the BMO Harris Bank Center.
Jake and Candy Karau have dedicated their lives to making the Midwest Nationals tournament possible.
Lee Marks retired after forty-seven years of coaching and he was celebrated Sunday afternoon.
The Annual BMX Mid-West Nationals brings more than 1200 competitors to Rockford.
Portugal scored in the final seconds of Sunday's game and prevented the U.S. from clinching a spot in the Round of 16.
The Rockford Starfires are bringing back women's baseball and making major changes to their historical field.
Round one of the Ballard Memorial Golf Tournament was held Saturday at Ingersoll Golf Course.
The Rockford Starfires hosted the Chicago Gems Saturday in the first league game since 1954 at Beyer Stadium.
Robert Doffelmeyer wins the Atwood Golf Classic and claims his second win of the season.
Aviators Coach James Frisbie was ejected from the game Sunday night after an incident involving both teams.
The Byron Tigers played six innings against Pleasant Plains in the 2A State Championship Saturday. The game was called for rain and the Tigers lost 7-1.
The first round of the Atwood Golf Classic was held Saturday. Robert Dofflemeyer is in the lead and defending Champion Kevin Flack trails by one.
Five hundred runners raced through Rockford Sunday to benefit the Northern Illinois Food Bank.
Two hundred of the best table tennis players in the U.S. competed in Rockford Sunday.
Blackhawks beat the LA Kings in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final series Sunday.
Danica Patrick finishes seventh Saturday night at the Kansas Motor Speedway.
Robert Dofflemyer wins the Gold Medal Classic at Prairie View Golf Club in Byron Sunday.
The 11th Annual Literacy Council Half Marathon was held Saturday.
Rockford University Regents hosted the Aurora University Spartans for a double-header Saturday.
The Women's Great Lakes Regional Ultimate Frisbee Tournament was held Saturday.
The Rockford Rage took on the Aurora's 88 Problems Saturday night.
The Rockford Aviators signed right-handed pitcher Joey Wagman Thursday.
The Washington Wizards beat the Chicago Bulls in Game 1 of the playoffs.
The 37th Annual Spring Classic was rained out at the Rockford Speedway Sunday.
Aldeen Golf Course teamed up with Riverside Bank Saturday for their annual kickoff event.
The IceHogs lost to the Milwaukee Admirals 4-1 Friday night.
The 37th annual Spring Classic will be held Sunday at the Rockford Speedway.
Rock Valley College basketball players Jared Mayes and Marquiesha Grant named to NJCAA All-American First Team Thursday.
Icehogs' Adam Clendening was named to the AHL First All-Star Team Thursday.
The Rockford Aviators signed left-handed relief pitcher Justin Albert to their 2014 roster.
Temperatures are finally warming up outside, but this is not good for the Rockford roads. Eyewitness news spoke with one auto body shop that says the thaw is costing stateline drivers big money in car repairs.
Stateline residents are gearing up for the big game and that means preparing Super Bowl snacks to enjoy throughout the game. Although there are many snacks to choose from, there is one that is known around the world as a Super Bowl staple.
A local TV production company hopes to make it big with a locally produced show featuring a big name actor, all through crowd-source funding.
Two Belvidere churches seek donations for their annual toy drive.
Cyber Monday is the biggest internet shopping day of the year
Sex offenders are forbidden to participate in any Halloween related activity because of a new law.
The Better Business Bureau warns shoppers to check whether pink themed products really supports breast cancer causes.
There's a lot of hype surrounding this industrial park and how it’ll thrive given its strategic location.
If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend that'll help boost the local economy, we have the event for you.