Kicking things off tonight, some fans were wondering why the cast of Friends didn’t release a statement about Matthew Perry’s death the day he died but it seems they wanted to make a statement together. Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Leblanc and David Schwimmer shared a joint statement saying that they are all devasted by the unfathomable loss. They said that their love is with Matthew’s friends, family, and everyone who loved him. Also tonight, Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum are now officially engaged. Before the news was confirmed, Zoe was spotted with a giant ring on her finger at Kendall Jenner’s Halloween Party. Finally, Travis Kelce just filed five new trademark requests for his name and catchphrases such as ‘Travis Kelce,’ ‘Killatrav,’ and ‘Kelce’s Krunch.’ You can check out these stories and more on our Instagram story at GoodDayStateline.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office received a report of a vehicle involved in the location of the hit-and-run, prompting the vehicle to be impounded and the owner to be questioned.
Student drivers in Rockford Public School's Driver Education program are getting a chance to learn about driving and fueling electric vehicles, thanks to a grant from ComEd.
The Winnebago County Animal Shelter is sounding the "Code Red" after maxing out capacity at its kennel.
Charity organizations give away free coats in Rockford
South Beloit Fire Department hosts blood drive
Families who lost children in 2023 will gather Friday night in downtown Rockford for a candlelight vigil in their memory.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul has brought charges against Juan Reyes, 52, for falsifying training certificates required to obtain a concealed carry license.
Hard Rock donates canceled casino cards to Wesley Willows poker club
One person was hospitalized in critical condition on Tuesday after being hit by a car in Rockford.
The Rockford Police Department is investigating after an adult male with gunshot wounds was located.
Mercyhealth has given out 6 scholarships to help those pursuing a career in Emergency Medical Services. The scholarship will help pay for paramedic and EMT courses in full.
Once signed up, kids can get a new book every month from birth until their fifth birthday.