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3 hrs ago | WIFR
For two years shoppers and business owners in downtown Rockford and in the Midtown District have asked Rockford Police for one thing they say will drastically cut down on crime.
9 hrs ago | Examiner.com
I was recently asked who I thought was the best ever American rock and roll band.
An intense explosion shakes a Rockford neighborhood and blows out part of an outside wall at a home on the city's south east side.
ROCKFORD – Swedish-American Hospital has received a 3-star rating for bypass surgery from From Jan. 1, to Dec. 31, 2013, a total of 1,041 participants provided data to STS, with approximately 15 percent receiving the 3-star rating, or the highest category of quality.
Hundreds of local governments were just told by the state they'd likely have to fend for themselves to find salt in time for next winter, which could cause the price of salt to double what it was last year.
Break-ins, vandalism, and burglaries are still happening in one Rockford neighborhood despite one group's best efforts to stop crime.
It's really not feeling like the dogs days of summer, but the weather was perfect Thursday night for a block party with man's best friend.
There are more than 19,000 kids in foster care in Illinois, yet a local agency says there's not enough foster homes.
Casey Solana has been an FBI agent in Rockford for the past 14 years and he has never given a TV interview until now.
Lawyers representing Rockford Police Chief Chet Epperson, the Police Union, and Rockford's Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will have a chance to argue in open court who has final authority over the Chief of Police.
A 3-year-old boy from Rockford is dead and the woman taking care of him is in jail for allegedly abusing him.
Midway Village Museum has been awarded a grant of $45,331 by the Dr. Louis & Violet Rubin Fund of the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois.
As a pet owner, most people instantly realize the responsibilities that goes in the care of that animal; providing its basic needs of bed, blankets, toys, bones, food, dishes and more.
Rockford police responded to an armed robbery at the Tobacco Outlet at 3219 N. Main Street where they say a black male got away with an unknown amount of money.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:06 pm
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