31-Foot Tall Lincoln Statue Makes Springfield Debut
After stops in Chicago and Peoria, the 19-ton sculpture named “Return Visit” took its place in front of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday.
Van Vleet Credits His Newborn Son For Playoff Performance
Rockford native Fred Van Vleet broke his postseason slump with a 13 point, 6 assist performance against the Bucks Tuesday night in a 120-102 Raptors win to even the Eastern Conference Finals a 2-2.
Texting While Driving Penalties Are Going Up In Illinois
The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year and that nearly 390,000 injuries occur each year from accidents caused by texting while driving.
Wild Chase Of Stolen RV Ends With Injuries In Los Angeles
A woman in a stolen recreational vehicle led authorities on a wild chase in Los Angeles on Tuesday, smashing into cars and a palm tree before finally coming to a halt with a large dog hanging out of the shattered windshield.
We Spoke With The Guy Mowing Veteran's Yards Across The Country
We had the joy of speaking with Rodney Smith Jr.
The MegaMillions Jackpot Is $367 Million, But What Are The Taxes?
While you might be dreaming of winning the prize, you should know the IRS will come for a sizable chunk of the winnings.
McDonalds Is Looking To Hire 13,000 Illinoisans For Summer
McDonald’s says job seekers who are interested in pursuing an education while working at the restaurant chain will have access to the company’s Archways to Opportunity education program.
Police Step Up Seat-Belt Enforcement Through Memorial Day
It's "border to border" seat-belt enforcement for Illinois police agencies through Memorial Day.
Rockford Choral Union Announces 5th Annual Memorial Day Concert
This is one of the best concerts in the area.