Veteran Rockford Products worker is back in the job market

Getting back into the job market can be hard especially when you've been with the same company for nearly 20 years. One Rockford products employee says he's taking it one day at a time.


The Statue of Liberty made of straw has left the comfort of her home and is now outside, standing tall in Rochelle.



A Rockford man and gang member pleads guilty after police say he fired several shots at an intersection in March.


Clothing for the new school year is probably on a lot of our shopping lists, so it’s a perfect time for a popular clothing store to open its doors in the Stateline.


Rockford University kicks off new school year


Freeport church holds lunch for first responders


Watch: Firefighters rescue dog trapped in hole


FDA advises Zika screening for all US blood centers


Accident closes down part of Sandy Hollow Road


Man hits a taxi and building trying to run away from police


Sheriff Caruana receives award from Department of Defense


Rockford Lutheran students mourn their classmate's unexpected suicide


WWII Navy veteran still serving community by picking up trash


RPS considers moving bilingual program in rezoning plan


Manufacturing company holds job fair for Rockford Products employees


Swedes using testing to treat breast cancer patients without chemotherapy


Area schools stock Epipens amid rising costs


7-year-old prepares for eighth brain surgery


How school districts protect kids at the bus stop from sexual predators


Strollers recalled due to fall hazard


Man arrested in Loves Park on gun and drug charges after traffic stop


Facebook able to determine political leaning of users


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