Posted: 09/28/2006 - Congratulations to two schools for making the grade in the "No Child Left Behind" program.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - As it nears its 4th anniversary, the Winnebago County Crime and Public Safety Commission continues its search for new and innovative ways to fight crime and make our neighborhoods safe.
Updated: 09/28/2006 - The fight to freeze electricity rates in northern Illinois is far from over.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - The Stephenson County Health Department reports a mosquito batch in McConnell has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - No active leaks of tritium in groundwater beyond plant boundaries.
Updated: 09/28/2006 - Dell starts free recycling in U.S.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - The Board of Education considered and approved the dates, times and locations for forums.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - Humane Society working to gain custody of horses and mule in accident
Posted: 09/28/2006 - The World's Largest Ice Cream Social on Thursday, Sept. 28 to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - Oprah Winfrey says she's not going to run for president or any other public office.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - State could pay nearly $1 million to record officials' events
Posted: 09/28/2006 - Consumer Groups will be in Rockford Thursday to launch its “Don’t Get Shocked Action Campaign” to block a 26 percent rate hike scheduled to hit ComEd customers in January.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - Windsor Elementary School is one of only fifteen schools in Illinois to be selected for this honor for 2006
Posted: 09/28/2006 - Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns today announced awards of close to $21million in agricultural risk management partnership agreements throughout the United States.
Posted: 09/28/2006 - The U.S. Department of Education’s Kristine Cohn will visit Evansville High School in Evansville, WI to recognize the significant progress the school has made under No Child Left Behind on Thursday, Sept. 28. Evansville High School.
Updated: 09/28/2006 - Hundreds of Volunteers in Iowa continue to search for a missing college student.
Updated: 10/18/2006 - John Mark Karr may not face charges for the second time around.