Illinois State Police District 16 announced the following arrests were made in the month of April 2013 for driving under the Influence by District 16 troopers: Arrested in Stephenson County: Katie L. Ashke, Female, 24, of Rock City, IL Matt R. Seabold, Male, 38, of Freeport, IL Arrested in Winnebago County: Steven C. Alston Jr., 25, Male, of ... (more)
A DeKalb doctor and his wife were arrested on charges of illegally dispensing controlled substances and federal income tax fraud.
At 11:44 p.m. Wednesday, police say a motorcycle and an SUV collided at 11th Street and Sawyer Road.
Some downtown roads in the Rockford area will be closed for several hours on Sunday due to the Rockford Marathon.
Starting Monday, May 13, old signs will come down and new "Schnucks" signs will go up on the exterior of both the Logli Rockton and Hilander Cherry Valley signaling the launch of the renaming for all 11 Logli and Hilander stores across the Rockford area and in Janesville, Wis.
The Stateline is paying tribute to fallen police officers all week long.Tuesday Bishop Malloy delivered the first city-wide Blue Mass.
A Janesville man will spend the rest of his life in prison. Alexander Castillo, 29, was sentenced today for the double murder of Michael and Christina Clark.
According to a blogger for the American Copy Editors Society web page, GateHouse Media, owners of the 'Rockford Register Star,' will be closing a so-called 'design hub' based in Rockford and moving it to an undisclosed location.
Dave Ginsberg of Geneva finished first with a time of 18:49 at The Hope For Haitians 5K on Saturday in Geneva.
Another long awaited construction project in Rockford. The re-modeling of West State Street is underway and is already posing challenges for drivers and businesses along that stretch of road.
Attorney Frank Perrecone will be honored as the Italian American Man of the Year 2013 at the Ethnic Heritage Museum on Sunday June 2nd, 2013.
The newly sworn in aldermen on the Rockford city council got down to business on Monday, bringing new perspectives to the debate over video gaming in the Forest City.
The signs are clearly marked, but drivers keep breaking the law. Even though the sign at the intersection of North Main and Auburn says no turns, drivers and police say not everyone is paying attention to it and if you're one of those drivers trying to make that illegal turn, it's going to cost you.
It is impossible for Aurora Police Detective Lee Catavu to fathom the number of hours he has spent trying to bring Timmothy Pitzen home.