Complaints paired with outcry on social media prompts health inspection at RPS 205 schools, 13 News Digs Deeper into the reports
ROCKFORD (WREX) – Students and parents at East High School reached out to 13 News, saying they were unhappy with the quality of food that
A Belvidere man says an officer with the Belvidere Police Department left him battered and bloody on Father’s Day 2018 for no reason. However, police say they were doing their job.
On Father’s Day, a Belvidere man says he ended up bloody and beaten in the back of an ambulance. He says the people who put him there, were Belvidere Police officers.
Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. It’s also a known carcinogen that’s the second leading cause of cancer behind smoking.
The state of Illinois recommends public schools test for radon at least after 5 years. But are Rockford area schools following this recommendation? 13 Investigates finds out Thursday on 13 News at 10.
When Sara Frint saw $200 worth of charges on her I-PASS account, she knew something wasn’t right. What she didn’t know is the transponder she reported stolen months earlier, had racked up nearly $800 in charges.
A viewer reached out to 13 Investigates looking for help after he received a code violation from the City of Rockford.
When a Freeport woman saw how much her electric bill jumped she knew something was wrong. She couldn’t get answers from her supplier or Com Ed so she turned to 13 Investigates. What we found out is she’s one of many across Illinois getting overcharged and potentially scammed.
Last December, Governor Bruce Rauner signed off on a Opioid Helpline for the state.
Nearly 25 percent of all crashes involving pedestrians in Rockford happened on one of three roads. A lack of infrastructure is partially to blame, but 13 Investigates found there’s more to it than that.
Almost every major retailer you can think of offers a store credit card.
Rockford, 1981: Residents who live on a small piece of land along the southeast side of the city have no idea their drinking water is contaminated.
What if the water you drank was full of dangerous chemicals and you had no idea? That was the reality for thousands of people in Rockford decades ago. The problem has since been fixed but the question still remains: is their health at risk?
The Rockford Police Department is releasing a photo of a suspect vehicle they believe was involved in a stabbing Monday afternoon at the Citgo gas station at 2837 11th Street.