Halloween is a great time to get creative with baking, so Baketivity is offering their Halloween collection. We’ve made the ‘Boo-tiful Bat Brownies’ which turned out adorable and delicious. Baketivity Baking Kits sends you all the dry ingredients and you only need to provide butter and eggs for this recipe. Baketivity also offers Monster Cupcakes and Slime Donuts for Halloween along with their year-round subscriptions. Order your own kits by heading to baketivity.com. Also, Scott Leber and Regan Holgate are giving us a sneak peek into everything we’ll be able to see in Overtime tomorrow at 11:00pm on FOX39.
Winnebago County finance committee learned more about the need for this expansion.
Firefighters from multiple Rockford-area agencies were called to the Chicago Rockford International Airport on Thursday afternoon for a plane that was diverted due to a report of smoke in the cockpit.
Employees at a non-profit charity believe the Christmas season is a time to give back, especially to those in need.
Winnebago County Sheriff's Department helping needy families this Christmas
Pearl Harbor attack remembered with somber ceremony in Roscoe
The Chicago Bears are now considering another site for a potential new stadium, which would keep them in the city.
Cherry Valley Police on Thursday morning confirmed Merle Bennett, 83, reported missing Wednesday night, has been found safe.
A Rockford man has been found guilty of domestic battery, but not guilty of aggravated domestic battery, the Winnebago County State's Attorney said Thursday.
The Illinois State Police are urging the public to stay vigilant for possible terrorist violence during the holiday season.
For the 20th year the Angel of Hope vigil honors children lost in the community. Families and loved ones came out to honor their sons and daughters who passed away.
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.