Posted: 04/27/2006 - The flagship Marshall Field's store on State Street in Chicago will lose its historical name in September, but not its traditions.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Though those rumors seem to be just that, simply rumors, some information given at La Voz Latina may point to the source of the rumors.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - One man is shot and killed on Rockford's west side.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Senate Democrats, especially Senator Dick Durbin, are ripped about the rising gas prices.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - Rockford's Crusader Clinic gets funding to renovate two facilities.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - This is a big day of celebration in Belvidere as Growth Dimensions, the city's economic development, flourishes.
Posted: 04/26/2006 - She's the pride of Illinois, the 2005-2006 teacher of the year for our state, and she's one of our own.
Posted: 04/26/2006 - Chicago-based Exelon says its first-quarter profit declined 23 percent, due to factors including unfavorable weather and higher expenses.
Updated: 04/26/2006 - A SUV rollover backed up westbound 20 Bypass traffic for several hours Wednesday morning.
Posted: 04/25/2006 - Local police, media, and minority organizations received hundreds of calls about INS rounding up illegal aliens, prompting over 100 people to gather outside City Hall.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - A state Agriculture Department lab in Galesburg has become the first in Illinois to be certified to test for Avian Flu.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - Follows the death of Julienne E. McGuire.
Updated: 04/25/2006 - The state’s inability to agree on a budget could cause a rougher ride on U.S. highways.
Updated: 04/24/2006 - Rockford Mayor Larry Morrissey got down and dirty at Auburn High School Monday.
Posted: 04/24/2006 - Reid Montgomery will start his new job with the city in May.
Posted: 04/24/2006 - Rockford and Belvidere officals: "Just a rumor."
Posted: 04/24/2006 - A University of Illinois professor says corn planting in Illinois is behind the pace set during the past three years of warmer, drier weather, but farmers should be able to get their seed in the ground on time.