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Once the lights are on and Stateline residents have their tree, it's time for them to start shopping.
The Rockford community is mourning the loss of a man who touched so many lives.
Former President Barack Obama's announcement to run for the White House back in 2007 in Springfield has been memorialized.
Thursday is the final day to renew driver's licenses or ID cards after years of extensions.
Students lost months of learning when the pandemic started, then had an entire year of remote classes. Local school district leaders shared the trauma on their students Wednesday.
Winnebago County Animal Services is lowering adoption fees for dogs and kittens to $25 this weekend as part of the annual "Empty the Shelters" event.
Denise Irving, a 5th-grade teacher at Kinnickinnick Elementary, died unexpectedly on November 24th.
Interest rates on home loans are now double what they were this time last year.
The largest public school district in the Rockford area discussed how much money it will need from taxpayers on Tuesday night.
Scholarships can play a critical role in making a college education affordable, but some awards can be overlooked.
A lawsuit has been filed after a semi-trailer slammed into a school bus carrying members of a Chicago hockey team.
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker announced a new agreement with lawmakers on Tuesday that will allow the state to pay off its pandemic-era unemployment debt.
"Giving Tuesday" is a day meant to celebrate generosity, but with high inflation, local charitable organizations say they are feeling a pinch this year.