815-561-8255 Request Line

Your Local Station For:

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, Sep 20, 6:30 PM
Thursday, Sep 21, 7:00 PM
Friday, Sep 22, 6:30 PM
Friday, Sep 22, 6:45 PM
Saturday, Sep 23, 5:30 PM

Social Media

Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter






Top News

9/19/2017 11:51:32 PM
Due to financial problems in the budget, the Ogle County Board voted yesterday evening to have a hiring freeze policy that goes into effect immediately. Finance and Insurance Chairman Greg Sparrow of Rochelle said they need to cut the personnel budget involving money in the General Fund. Sparrow said that a study involving the entire staff will also be done in the near future. He is looking at ...read more

Local News

Local Sports

National Sports

Richard Sherman doesn't sound like a fan of the NFL's injury report system
Injuries are a problem for Fantasy owners heading into Week 3, but there are still players expected to deliver. Jamey Eisenberg says Cam Newton is one of those guys, and he should play well against the Saints.
Several players called for the netting to be extended down the base lines following Wednesday's incident
Check out the uniforms that Los Angeles and San Francisco will be wearing on 'Thursday Night Football'
Deshaun Watson is going to try and do something that no rookie QB has ever done
What if the No. 1 guy in the FedEx Cup standings is watching a putt for $10 million on Sunday?

National News

Young girl was rushed to the hospital Wednesday after being hit by a foul ball that flew off Todd Frazier's bat
Some high schools in Missouri, Maine and New Jersey have cancelled or cut short their football seasons; Squads in Michigan are depleted due to lack of interest
There's a desperate race against time to stop the hepatitis A virus from spreading, especially among the area's homeless and drug users
There was a frightening moment at Yankee Stadium Wednesday when a young fan was hit by a foul ball. It marked the latest in a string of incidents of fan injuries. Anna Werner has more on the story.
Lines are long and constant at pop-up clinics around San Diego, where hundreds of people have waited to get free hepatitis A vaccines. There's a desperate race against time to stop the hepatitis A virus from spreading. Mireya Villarreal reports.
A new study from Boston University found that playing tackle football before the age of 12 dramatically increases the risk of brain problems later in life. Dean Reynolds reports that many moms and dads have already blown the whistle on football.
Copyright © 2017 WRHL. Good Time Oldies 1060am. All Rights Reserved.
Site by RiverBender.com