The one-year program will put the locks on painkillers that contain hydrocodone, also known as Vicodin or Norco.
Fair Manager Patrick Buchen says it's a money windfall for the area.
SPD and SFD continue to investigate the fires which occured within 90 minutes of each other.
Cook County Judge Leroy Martin Jr. heard oral arguments Friday.
Gronewald, mayor of the central Illinois town from 1989 to 2001, died Tuesday at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Dick Durbin leading effort to get votes in favor of nuclear deal with Iran.
State Senator Daniel Biss says the comptroller’s office is having trouble following court ordered payments to various groups.
The Illinois Department of Public Health is taking steps to prevent more people in a Quincy veterans’ home from contracting Legionnaires’ disease.
International business was the focus of the monthly Citizens Club discussion.
Springfield's 41st postmaster has officially taken his oath of office.
The university cites preliminary results of an investigation into allegations of player mistreatment and inappropriate behavior.
Company's coming to the Brix familiy farm near Decatur.
High levels of bacteria from human waste at more than a dozen spots along the Chicago River.
LaHood, Mellon talk about ACA, Campaign Finance Reform.
SNAP, TANF eligibility in focus
A judge has canceled a Friday hearing on former Congressman Aaron Schock's cooperation with a federal investigation.
Steven Salaita can amend his lawsuit to include the previously dismissed claim that administrators deleted emails pertinent to the case.
A small protest outside U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin’s Chicago office asked for him to vote against a bill which would prevent states from making the labeling of genetically modified foods mandatory.
Rauner says public -- not city councils -- should decide.
4.9% unemployment, but skills gap still a concern.