West State Street scheduled to open at the end of the day on December 13th.
Harlan Jefferson says his van was hit by gunfire that was fired by a Boone County Sheriff's Deputy.
Infintely Sweet provides space for seven local vendors to promote their business.
Stateliners re-learning to drive in the snow.
Eyewitness News talks to local Catholics at the Cathedral of St. Peter
Rockford city council holds a weekend budget retreat
Historic Auto Attractions shows off cars that were there the day President John F. Kennedy was assasinated.
ROCKFORD - The sentencing is in for a local mom who admitted to being responsible in the death of her baby.
Local Businesses setting up efforts to help Washington tornado victims
Caledonia's new tornado siren went off during Sunday's storms.
National Action Network speaks to Rockford on improving the community
Aviator Lounge did not get its liquor license back
Chemical Safety Board says explosion in Belvidere could have been prevented.
Jefferson-Horton American Legion Post 340 To get a renovation
The FDA is looking to ban Trans Fat and hydrogenated oils from foods
The Sixth Annual Veterans Weekend was held In the DeKalb-Sycamore Area
Hundreds of veterans gathered tonight at the 73rd annual Veterans Day Dinner at Cliffbreakers. Stateliners were thanking the present and remembering the past.
The City says it violated multiple safety violations
ROCKFORD - Jody Kossow says she's not guilty of killing her eight year-old son.
The Winnebago County Inter-Agency Task Force has now captured five suspected members of the Rockford-based street gang since September. It all happened just two doors down from a church that is helping more than a dozen people get off the street.
Aviator Lounge finds out tomorrow if the keep their liquor license
SB10 passed both the House and Senate and awaits Gov. Quinn's signature. From Rockford to Springfield, supporters are rejoicing but religious leaders and Republicans are showing frustration.
Aldermen are considering a plan to move surplus funds from a garbage collection contract that would add nearly a half billion dollars to demolition funding, tripling the number of houses knocked down in 2014.
Local beekeepers say there are a shortage in honey bees
Local Volunteers took to the streets educating Stateliners on Obamacare
Hononegah School District scores high in statewide test scores
"A Better Illinois" wants a graduated tax system, but doesn't offer a plan. Meanwhile, Illinois census data says a similiar system could increase taxes by 18 percent despite theories that it would lower rates for lower income homes.
One alderman says there could be as many as 200 structures in her ward alone that need to be demolished. The city spends $230,000 annually on demolitions, but each project costs up to $10,000 per structure.
City leaders expecting to soliciting proposals for properties owned by City Hall in the coming weeks.
Police investigate a murder in the 800 block of Buckbee
Auburn and Main two lane roundabout officially done.
102 year old army veteran Sgt. Travis Green spoke to Auburn High School students.
UPS looking to hire seasonal workers in the Rockford area.
The 27th annual Crop Walk was held this Sunday
Natylee Sinkiawic is making blankets to give to the Rockford Rescue Mission.
The Northern Illinois Training Advisory Board held its annual evasive driving class for Stateline agencies
Rockford's Head Start says the shutdown has not affected their funds, but it could if congress does not come to a compromise soon.
With Miley Cyrus expected to be the most popular costume of 2013, pop up stores and thrift shops are fighting for customers. Lawn decore surges, but if you're planning on "twerking," you might have to create your own outfit.
Green Bay Packers fans packed Rockford's Hoffman House bar.
Army Specialist Matt Dumdie was the honorary captain for NIU football game.
NIU hoping to have a safe and fun homecoming.
Legacy Corps holding a food drive for veterans affected by the Government Shutdown
Statistics show that Winnebago County deals with twice as many cases of child abuse/neglect than the rest of the state of Illinois. Tonight, the city of Rockford declared October "Domestic Violence Awareness Month."
Chief Chet Epperson updates Rockford city council on geo-policing
Rock Valley College students react to Government shutdown.
Dorothy Galloway, 65, was killed because police say Dontrell Littleton was under the influence and speeding in stolen car on Spring Creek Rd. It's the third major crash in a string of recent high speed accidents.
Government could shutdown at midnight
Support waivers at City Hall on the Ingersoll Sports Complex after officials say the renovation project has added $6 million more in construction costs.
Next month landlords will have to register their tenants in a city database.
60 percent of parolees in Rockford become re-offenders. Wednesday's announcement at Henrietta School on the westside showcases Rockford's interest in helping those parolees succeed after re-entry.