Updated: 9:05 PM Wednesday's brutal murder of 69-year-old Mary Ann Clibbery shocked the Loves Park Community.
Updated: 5:42 PM They say home is where the heart is, and for hundreds of our homeless neighbors, the Rockford Rescue Mission is their home for Christmas.
Updated: 1:11 PM Winnebago County sheriff's deputies are investigating an overnight robbery.
Posted: 5:40 PM A man's business is robbed for the second time in two months Wednesday morning.
Updated: 5:38 PM The blue light has burned out on North Main Street in Rockford, but a new light is starting to beam.
Updated: 5:24 PM The chilly temperatures outside are causing North Boone High School students to bundle up when they are inside.
Updated: 11:58 AM Two men are behind bars for allegedly robbing a Beloit Bank Monday.
Updated: 11:47 AM CHICAGO (AP) - Engineers for the Chicago Cubs have concluded that aging concrete, not a structural defect, caused three incidents of falling concrete at Wrigley Field this year.
Updated: 11:31 AM The New Year could bring some new money to the anti-violence group CeaseFire.
Updated: 5:53 PM Arrangements have been made for a baby who never got a chance at life.
Updated: 5:48 PM Six businesses in Winnebago County were busted for selling alcohol to minors.
Updated: 1:29 PM Happy holidays from your loved ones to those in the military!
Updated: 5:36 PM In just a few days we'll sit down to open our Christmas presents, and for some that special Christmas presents might be of the furry friend variety; a new dog or cat.
Updated: 3:09 PM Archway Cookies is recalling some holiday cookies that are sold nationwide.
Updated: 1:17 PM Barack Obama started the year as a little-known state senator competing in a crowded Democratic U.S. Senate primary.
Updated: 1:13 PM Chicago-based Exelon has agreed to acquire Public Service Enterprise Group for more than $12 billion in stock in a transaction that would create the nation's largest utility.
Updated: 1:10 PM At least $12 million worth of materials are being stored at prisons in Illinois and the governor's administration hasn't figured out what to do with the expensive items.