Updated: 12:51 PM The race for U.S. Senate entered its final hours Monday with Alan Keyes and Barack Obama trying to get out the vote.
Updated: 12:48 PM The Salvation Army Koats for Kids drive produced plenty of winter apparel for the underprivileged kids in the area.
Updated: 12:47 PM The line outside a downtown Milwaukee arena stretches for more than two blocks as Bush supporters wait in a light rain for the president's appearance later Monday.
Updated: 12:44 PM Alan Keyes compared voting for Barack Obama to committing a mortal sin.
Updated: 12:42 PM Time is ticking until Election Day, and local candidates and their supporters are making the final push before voters head to the polls.
Updated: 12:43 PM A group of maintenance workers hope to keep their jobs.
Updated: 12:45 PM An elderly man's home is almost invaded by a group of trick-or-treaters.
Updated: 12:46 PM The fifth murder of the year happens early Sunday morning in Rockford.
Updated: 8:31 PM Candidates for U.S. Senate and Congress are looking to energize campaign volunteers on the last weekend before Tuesday's election.
Updated: 8:29 PM President Bush is proclaiming himself the man to lead America through a "time of great consequence."
Updated: 4:58 PM Republican U.S. Senate candidate Alan Keyes says Democrat Barack Obama is exaggerating his role in reforming Illinois welfare laws.
Updated: 4:55 PM A former minister who was hospitalized after his adult daughters accused him on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" of molesting them pleaded guilty Thursday.
Updated: 12:54 PM A representative from Gov. Rod Blagojevich's administration will meet Friday with federal regulators in Washington to answer questions about Illinois' plans to buy flu vaccine from Europe.
Updated: 1:27 PM General Motors says it will temporarily close its Janesville plant next year because of an expected oversupply of SUVs and pickup trucks.