Bustos meets with our neighbors to hear how manufacturing business's closing is affecting them

It's becoming a common tale. A small community falls in disarray after the manufacturing company that it was built around closes.

With Congress in its first recess of the new administration, lawmakers have returned home to talk with the people they represent, including here in the Stateline.

Unseasonably warm weather in southern Illinois this winter is putting a dent in maple syrup production.

More than 1,500 skaters from across the country are in Rockford this weekend for the U.S. Synchronized Skating Champions.

Rock House Kids chosen for annual donation

ONLY ON 23 NEWS: Preparing for The Grove

British troops talk about combat training at US Army base

Airbus selects RFD and AAR for testing

2 arrested in Sycamore for drug induced homicide

DNA match leads to arrest in 17 year old cold case

Man arrested for armed robbery

Fatherhood Encouragement Project honors local fathers

Veterans learn how to cook for their health

Hundreds demand audience with U.S. Representatives

New owner hopes to revive former Fatty McGee's building

Woman's living room window shot out Wednesday night

Kitchen fire causes damage to cafe

New partnership to benefit RPS students, Rockford's police, fire

Man convicted of 1975 murder dies in prison

Zoning Committee votes down Rockton asphalt plant project

Man shot in the hip in Rockford, no suspects in custody

Senator Duckworth tours the Stateline

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