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New community relations director embraces career change
Hastert is expected to step before U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Durkin on Tuesday and enter a plea.
The number of Illinois police departments that trace guns used in crimes is on the rise.
Antione Willis, 31, faces three separate counts of Aggravated DUI.
The Air Force says a Sergeant who was about to be on trial for sexual misconduct charges is missing.
The first of a dozen different intersections in Springfield that are going on a trial basis from having traffic lights to stop signs takes effect Tuesday.
State Senator Andy Manar says lawmakers did their part in sending Governor Bruce Rauner a budget.
It will be at least another few weeks before two major Springfield trials get underway.
Documents show IHSA executive director Marty Hickman's compensation grew by more than $73,000 to $372,293 for the 2013-2014 school year.
Peoria police say a teenager has been found alive and safe after being swept away in a creek swollen by heavy rains.
The President may veto the money. The Senate may override the veto.
Scientists praise Illinois' progress
Multi-year budget proposed
IFB chief pleads for Yes votes from House delegation
Possible 2016 opponent Mark Kirk is in favor of the Trans Pacific Partnership
Support is bipartisan ... Downstate
Damage reported in Menard, Champaign Counties
The bill is awaiting action from Governor Rauner.
The Senator says he hasn't officially endorsed Tammy Duckworth, nor will he criticize Mark Kirk for getting an early start on campaign 2016.
Bird flu not yet detected in Illinois.