An Army veteran who earned two bronze stars for combat operations in Iraq has been named the new director of Camp Butler National Cemetery.
A 19-year-old man is facing a reckless conduct charge after two people were shot with blowgun darts as they walked on the University of Illinois campus.
The Springfield Board of Education’s vice president is sticking to his guns — he wants to explore high school consolidation.
About three dozen people held informational pickets outside two fast food restuarants in Springield Thursday
A Springfield man late Wednesday allegedly stole an idling ambulance outside St. John’s Hospital and crashed it.
Manufactured by the thousands during World War II, less than a dozen B-17 Flying Fortresses are still in service.
State Rep. Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) was named Illinois House Minority Leader Thursday afternoon by acclamation.
An 84 year old woman was ininjured after she drove her vehicle into a store in the Gables on Springfield’s west side.
Changes could be coming to the way Illinois public schools teach physical education. A task force has worked up a 148-page report on “Enhanced PE.”
A former Illinois State Trooper is being honored with a memorial along I-55.