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A group of thieves in Rockford are caught in the act of stealing cars out of the parking lot of the Rockford YMCA all while the owners were inside working out.
Around 4:00 Friday afternoon, firefighters were called to an office building in the 2500 block of Kishwaukee Street in Rockford.
According to an annual survey, four western suburbs landed in the top ten Illinois municipalities in DUI arrests for 2013.
The YMCA has teamed up with the Northwestern Illinois Building Trades Council to challenge two teams of interns to build little free libraries.
The Text 2 Tip Program was started by the Winnebago County Sheriff's Department in July 2013.
More than one million pounds of electronics have been collected through the e-waste program since April 2013, just between the two locations at the Mobil gas stations on South Main and at Lyford Road.
The Rockford Register has been in business for over 159 years in Rockford, Illinois.
Nearly 1,500 people packed the Coronado in November to find out more about the brand new Transform Rockford movement.
By Gerald Shankel , president and chief executive officer of Rockford, Ill.-based Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International , a professional organization with more than 2,100 members working together to improve the metal forming and fabricating industry.
A body pulled from the Rock River in Rockford has been identified as a man missing since a Fourth of July weekend boating accident.
Stanley J. Roszkowski, the former district judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, died Monday afternoon in Rockford, Illinois.
Deputies say 15-year-old Jaylin N. Allen-Wallace left her home in the town of Blooming Grove on Sunday, July 6th with a backpack full of personal items.
The United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin announced that 42-year-old Brock Barrett of Rockford has been sentenced to six months in in federal prison, for escaping from a federal residential reentry center.
Tim Watkins is now the new executive director of Project First Rate an organization made up of thousands of union members from 20 organizations.
Construction has started on a major truck stop facility in the Grayville, Illinois, Industrial Park.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:19 pm
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