Rockford prepares to enact domestic violence response efforts

The program will be paid through a $1.5 million federal Office on Violence Against Women grant.


Surprise musical guests, like Lady Gaga, also took the stage at the benefit concert.



One local paper is reporting at least two buildings were damaged.


Here are the Trick or Treat times and Halloween activities for surrounding communities.


Project Bundle Up: Donate coats and hats on Oct. 20th


Community says goodbye to historic Savanna-Sabula bridge


Woodturners craft pens for veteran groups


Community says goodbye to historic Savanna-Sabula bridge


IHSA football playoffs: first round brackets


Get fit to fight breast cancer, what trainers and survivors want you to know


Fall weekend fun in the QCA


Why children need to see their parents fail


Volunteers needed for clean-up days


Testing the flammability of Halloween costumes


Boil order issued


Highlight Zone Week 9 "Viewer Mail"


Kewanee renames Madison Avenue in honor of WWII veteran


Crime stoppers looking for the church burglars


More than $200M in spending cut from Illinois budget


DHS: Hackers possibly accessed data as part of email scam


Henderson County death investigation ongoing; third person arrested with possible connection


Firefighters converge on Sivyer Steel plant in Bettendorf -UPDATED


Smartwatches & kids: Security risk?


Rock Island Fire Department honors retired officer who passed away


Frightening times at Skellington Manor help others


Community asked to help find QC church burglars


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