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DeVry, Columbia College Chicago among those dishonored
A Chatham man is facing child pornography charges as part of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's "Operation Glass House."
Gov. Pat Quinn isn’t in favor of Illinois following in the footsteps of Washington State and Colorado when it comes to marijuana.
More than 55-thousand dollars to be paid out in settlement
Traffic weary Springfield residents have had little reprieve -- first the construction on I-55 southbound, then the bike lanes on Second Street.
Vetreran broadcast journalist John Slattery, who started his storied career at Illinois radio stations including WTAX, has died at the age of 63.
Illinois in August added a fifth consecutive month of across-the-board unemployment declines in its 12 metro areas.
The Illinois Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower court's ruling that reinstated a decade-old $10.1 billion verdict in a class-action lawsuit against Phillip Morris USA.
No other information is available as the investigation continues
Different opponent, same videotape
18,000 terminals already
Foundation funds off-limits to alleged embezzler
Fees submitted by businesses with their applications to Illinois' new medical marijuana program have topped $5 million.
The homeless problem is not going away, but it’s getting better, according to a longtime Salvation Army professional. “We still…
While Springfield gas prices continue their habit of spiking between 30 and 40 cents at a time, prices are still lower overall than they were a month ago.
South 6th St. and West Iles Ave. locations impacted.
Springfield Police are looking for help finding two suspects they say stole two diamonds from a jewlery store while it was open.
Nearly five dozen Illinois Department of Transportation employees have been given a temporary reprieve from layoffs.
Scaled wall Tuesday afternoon, captured this morning
Early release program criticized