Updated: 05/30/2006 - Memorial Day is not just a three-day weekend that marks the beginning of summer. It's a time to honor more than a million men and women who have died defending our freedom. In downtown Rockford, that meant marking the day with a parade. Our living veterans appreciate the show of support.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - Wisconsin's top attorney is expected to be fine following a car crash Sunday morning.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - An argument that started at Sunday's Wing Ding leads to a home invasion early Monday morning.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - For the first time this year, the heat is on. Mother Nature flipped the switch on one of the busiest weekends to be outside.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - A 19-year-old male thinks he is the victim of either mistaken identity or a racial attack.
Updated: 05/28/2006 - The Memorial Day Parade was missing one group.
Updated: 05/28/2006 - A woman at the heart of a local controversy said she's sick of hearing about it. Boone County Board members voted in favor of allowing a special use permit for a wind farm on Tuesday. One of the board members said she can't understand what all the fuss is about.
Updated: 05/28/2006 - The Boone County Board threw their support behind a proposed wind farm in the rural part of the county. Now one group of residents is calling for the board to take a recount.
Posted: 05/26/2006 - Shovel: 20 bucks; hiking boots: 50 dollars; the hope that your efforts will unearth a complete and preserved dinosaur skeleton: priceless.
Updated: 05/26/2006 - The Winnebago County board voted on a controversial issue involving the use of our tax dollars. At first glance it seems the equivalent of the wolf being in charge of the henhouse. The board voting on their own raises, it seems like a slam dunk, but this wolf pack did what was best for the community.
Updated: 05/25/2006 - He is a local congressman and the second in line for the presidency.
Posted: 05/24/2006 - Tune into channel 23 for updates on possible storms rolling into our area.
Posted: 05/24/2006 - A Will County judge has ordered that Exelon Nuclear take immediate steps to protect against possible health threats from leaks of radioactive tritium at its Braidwood plant.
Updated: 05/24/2006 - A controversial proposal is resurrected and improved with much confusion.