Rockford- Police and fire say the city needs to be more aggressive in pension funding.
Obama administration wants to ease tension between United States and Cuba.
Rockford-Utility Services of Illinois meets with Mulford Wildwoods Subdivision to discuss empty hydrants.
Rockford - The City of Rockford agrees to pay the family of Mark Barmore over $1.1 million following a wrongful death lawsuit.
A Rockford Pastor is organizing a rally to stop police brutality, and take part in a nation wide effort to stop violence against African Americans.
Sportspage Bar gets liquor license back under strict conditions.
Belvidere-Auto dealership Jack Wolf saving money by going green.
Belvidere-Fresh Start Animal Rescue saved sixteen dogs from an out of state puppy mill.
Rockford- Transform Rockford officials say the movement is not losing steam. Looking forward to a productive 2015
Rockford-26th annual Festival of Lights returns to Sinnissippi Park.
Loves Park- in wake of Ferguson shooting, Loves Park Police Chief pushing to equip his officers with body cameras.
Cherry Valley- Water company proposing to raise rates to keep up with inflation.
Rockford- City decides on geopolicing locations
Rockford- Stateliners flocked to local retail stores for deals
High winds from Monday's storm have covered many west-facing stoplights in snow.
BOONE CO. - The State's Attorney issues a ruling in the case of former Rockford Police Officer Daniel Cruz.
Rockford- Aldermen do not want district one's geopolicing headquarters to be located at former Roscerance Ware Center
Rockford- Will Bruce Rauner support Amtrak in the Forest City
WTVO/WQRF - Add CherryVale Mall to the list of retailers opening its doors on Thanksgiving.
When should police chase, and when should they not? Eyewitness News investigates in the wake or recent crashes during chases which took innocent lives.
Survey done by University of Phoenix shows sixty-one percent of veterans have, or are currently working at a job they're overqualified for.
WTVO/WQRF - The Governor Elect shows his appreciation to the voters who helped him defeat Gov. Pat Quinn in the election.
Protest about working conditions held in front of Winnebago County Jail.
Dixon-Dixon police and Lee County Sheriff's working on a program to help Stateliners remember non emergency number.
Rockford- Thanks to a loan from the Illinois Housing Development Authority.
Rockford- It was the coldest Halloween in more than a decade.
Roscoe- Man fighting for his life after accident on Route 2 and Gleasman
Rockford- It's against city ordinance to blow leaves from your yards into the streets
Beloit-Dog is believed to have been dead for two weeks before it was found
ROCKTON - Less than a week after an Eyewitness News report that Rockton school teachers could lose their salary raises - teachers are hitting the streets.
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-Christopher Sims went to Ferguson last weekend to show support for the family of Michael Brown
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
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.
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.
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- Some in congress want to cut the exporting program
Rock Area OWI task force formed to help crack down on OWI's in Southern Wisconsin
ROCKFORD - Six kids may be behind a school burglary. Half of them have been placed under arrest - the youngest is only seven years old.