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in Viral Videos

Every ‘Bond’ theme song in 60 seconds

From the original tune to Sam Smith's hit single for "Spectre," here's every 007 theme song in just one minute.


in National

10 FOR TODAY: Tuesday, Nov. 3

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


in Lifestyle

Coming soon to a doorstep near you: Google drones

Google and Inc are among a growing number of companies that intend to make package delivery by drone a reality


in Local

Transgender Student Must Use Girls’ Room

Palatine school district found to be breaking the law


in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Nov. 3

A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

11-3-15 Ward 2 Meeting

in Local

Ward 2 Needs Include Infrastructure, Race

The first of ten ward meetings is held.

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in Local

IHPA Board Replaces Embattled Agency Director

Chairman James Bruner says the board has decided to "go in a different direction."


in Entertainment

Lily Aldridge to wear $2M bra at 20th annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

The Fireworks Fantasy Bra features over 6,500 gems set in 18-karat gold.


in Sports

Royals Perez crowned World Series MVP

Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez was named the most valuable player of the World Series.


in Weird

Police: Woman breaks into zoo, gets what she deserves

Omaha police say a tiger bit an apparently intoxicated woman who broke into a Nebraska zoo to pet a big cat.


in Entertainment

Mariah Carey, Pat Benatar, Questlove set for Macy’s Parade

The annual Thanksgiving Day Parade is going to be a star-studded affair.


in National

EPA says Volkswagen cheated a 2nd time on pollution tests

Volkswagen cheated a second time on emissions tests.


in Local

Man to Serve Federal and State Sentences on Felony Sex Charges

Raymond Schrode, 33, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on charges of Sexual Exploitation of Minor and Possession of Child Pornography.


in Election 2016, National

Bush hits campaign reset, retools slogan: ‘Jeb Can Fix It’

As backers fret over the viability of Jeb Bush's candidacy, the Florida governor has an answer: "Jeb Can Fix It."


in Local

Palazzolo Continues Mobile Passport Services in County

Sangamon County Circuit Clerk Paul Palazzolo says he will keep trying to make getting or updating a passport easier.


in Local

9th St. Rail Underpass Reopens, Some Amtrak Trains Still Suspended

The Ninth Street rail underpass is back open and operational, and while the inconvenience is gone for drivers, the same can't be said for train passengers.

An impersonator poses in costume as the character Mr Spock from the science fiction series "Star Trek" at the London Film and Comic-Con in London, Britain July 17, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall

in Entertainment

‘Star Trek’ to boldly go back to TV with new series

The sci-fi show "Star Trek" is boldly going back to television.


in Local

Chicago Police Won’t Charge CC Permit Holder Who Shot Armed Robber

Investigators classified the shooting as self-defense.


in Local

Man Shot and Killed Near Downtown Springfield

Springfield Police say a man was shot near downtown Monday afternoon.

Recent Headlines

in Local

Springfield City Council Waits to Establish Drone Policy

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The Springfield City Council is apparently willing to wait a little while for further regulations from higher powers in government on drones.

in Local

Rauner Stands by Refugee Stance

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Gov. Bruce Rauner is defending his stance on temporarily stopping Syrian refugees from coming into Illinois, but doesn't explain why he believes he has the authority to do so.

in Local

Morton, Illinois — Pumpkin Capital of the U.S.

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When you enjoy your Thanksgiving dessert, take a moment to think about Morton, a village between Peoria and Bloomington.

in Local

Springfield Police Investigate Early Tuesday Shooting


Police are continuing to investigate a shooting early Tuesday morning that left one man injured.

in Local, National

Somewhat Quiet Night in Chicago Following Police Shooting Video Release

Jason Van Dyke

Most protesters in Chicago seemed to honor pleas for restraint.