Updated: 10/30/2004 - Candidates for U.S. Senate and Congress are looking to energize campaign volunteers on the last weekend before Tuesday's election.
Updated: 10/30/2004 - President Bush is proclaiming himself the man to lead America through a "time of great consequence."
Updated: 10/28/2004 - Republican U.S. Senate candidate Alan Keyes says Democrat Barack Obama is exaggerating his role in reforming Illinois welfare laws.
Updated: 10/28/2004 - A former minister who was hospitalized after his adult daughters accused him on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" of molesting them pleaded guilty Thursday.
Updated: 10/29/2004 - 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: 10/28/2004 - General Motors says it will temporarily close its Janesville plant next year because of an expected oversupply of SUVs and pickup trucks.
Updated: 10/28/2004 - Three years after the Sept. 11 attacks, American and British terrorism workers are coming together like never before, including Wednesday night in Rockford.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - How much more will the Byron Referendum cost the average homeowner? We break the numbers down for you.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - A Rockford man pleads guilty to a federal charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - We still have a lot of time before the mayoral elections, but candidates like the mayor of Loves Park, are getting a head start on their campaigns during this political season.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - Democrat Barack Obama is spending a day of his U.S. Senate campaign in what could be considered enemy territory, DuPage County.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - Alan Keyes and Barack Obama both oppose gay marriage, but the issue produced some of the most confrontational moments of the third and final debate of their battle for the Senate.
Updated: 10/27/2004 - The jackpot in the multi-state Mega Millions lottery drawing has grown to $57 million.