Authorities on scene of crash in Rockton
Thursday, June 1, 2017 2:17 PM EDT
ROCKTON (WREX) -
Authorities are on the scene of a multi-car crash in Rockton. It happened around 12:30 at the intersection of Route 2 and Rockton Road. At least two cars are involved in the collision. Information on how the crash happened and if there are injuries is not available at this time. Traffic is being redirected. 13 News has a crew on the scene to bring you more information.
The union representing approximately 200 Rockford Public Schools bus drivers has reached a tentative contract agreement with the school board, according to representatives from the union. According to a news release, the parties agreed to terms that will be released Friday during a union meeting. During that meeting, bus drivers will have a chance to review, discuss and vote on whether to ratify the tentative. The tentative agreement comes after a 3-day strike earlier this school year.
New data from the United States Census Bureau reveals Rockford's population dropped again in 2016, making the city the state's fourth largest now. In 2016, there were 147,651 people living in Rockford, down from 148,422 in 2015. Population has dropped every year since 2010, when 153,047 called the city home. Joliet creeped up in 2016, according to statistics, to 148,262 people. In a year, Rockford may drop again to being the state's fifth largest city.
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