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How to keep pets and familty safe in a heat wave

Everyone needs to find ways to keep cool as temperatures will stay in the high 90's as we head into the weekend.

The SWEPT non-profit organization is helping those who help us.

While staying indoors during this sweltering summer is ideal, some Stateliners must be outside to get the job done.

WCAS will suspend overnight services between midnight and 6 a.m. starting next month due to a shortage in animal control officers.

34-year-old man dies after motorcycle accident, part of E. State Street closed

Urban Equity purchases Haskell Park Apartments, plans for upgrades

Two Rockford men wanted for fatally shooting dog

ISP to honor Brooke Jones-Story with memorial ceremony

List: Cooling centers to beat the heat in the stateline

Heat cancels several Rockford Park District activities

Two AK-47s, handguns, marijuana recovered in Rockford drug raid; two arrested

Saturday marks 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing

In reversal, Trump disavows criticism of chanting crowd

Ohio judge forces busted graffiti artist to use toothbrush for painting punishment

7-Eleven sets up college fund for baby born on 7/11 at 7:11 p.m.

Iran says British tanker seized because of collision

Black Ga. lawmaker: White man said ‘Go back where you came from’

GRAPHIC: 10-year-old Calif. boy seriously injured after men toss him lit firework, family says

Allen Heating and Cooling offers temporary AC units for $10 per day

Report: YouTube to pay FTC fine over kids’ data protection

Chemical hazard at Rock County Courthouse sends one to hospital

Rockford hires two consulting firms to help evaluate casino proposals

Florida sheriff to investigate Jeffrey Epstein’s work release

Power station fires knock out service on hot day in Madison

Rockford police to offer free ice cream Friday for children

Veteran pays visit to Beloit College during cross-country walk

Three Winnebago County canines are using their scent to sniff out crime

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