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Ex-guv was Dem nominee for president twice in 1950s
Corn 82 percent, soybeans 78 percent, good to excellent
These animals are still not prevalent in Illinois.
Village hopes to move on
Two Dead, Investigation Continues
NJ Governor visits Rauner's headquarters
Heat warning extended to 7pm Tuesday
Ferguson brings attention to militarization of police
By the numbers, the record is not good
Redfield: The "lesser evil" may win
Nursing home residents will benefit
Who's with him?
Three former top advisers of Governor Pat Quinn have been subpoenaed to hand over emails as investigation continues into failed Anti-Violence program.
Former Congressman Jerry Costello receives honor by having a stretch of I-70 named after him.
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Kenny Britt says he can relate to what Ferguson, Missouri residents are going through.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources receives $1.7 million dollars to expand parks.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources has announced it will receive more than $1.7 million to expand the Illinois Recreational Access Program.
Pat Quinn has signed a mass transit reform law intended to make the operations of transit agencies serving metropolitan Chicago more transparent and accountable.
Mark Kirk is for repeal; Dick Durbin says no repeal but he'll work with the GOP on fixes.
Illinois Executive Inspector General's office says workers hired under title but given other duties to avoid hiring rules. Also asserts Governor Quinn was not involved.