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The Secretary of State Police Bomb Squad has a daunting task on its hands -- gather information about a pipe bomb it nearly destroyed to prevent it from exploding.
Several law enforcement agencies responded to what was a standoff near Pana in rural Christian County.
The right-leaning “free market” advocacy group Illinois Policy Institute says new standards from GASB – the Government Accounting Standards Board – magnify the problem.
Voters will be able to weigh in on a proposed tax on millionaires this November.
Those interested in growing and selling marijuana for medicinal purposes in Illinois should be able to apply soon
A legal battle between an anti-patronage lawyer and Gov. Pat Quinn's administration will return to federal court less than two weeks before the election.
It is an effort to ensure Springfield School District students can start the school year out on the right foot
No identification released
Research now being done on rats
Yield forecast out Aug. 12
Says EPA won't approve plan for fill near major aquifer
Springfield Police say an IED found in downtown Springfield Monday night was "rendered safe."
Bliefnick hasn't responded for comment
Maintaining common standards in online college coursework is the goal of a new state law
Illinois coal exports have risen sharply in recent years, even as its high sulfur content limits its demand in the U.S.
A downtown Taylorville business is closed after part of its building collapsed over the weekend.
Half a dozen central Illinois counties could soon join a pilot project that allows cameras in court.
Stem cell research could lead to repairs to muscles damaged by vigorous exercise.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has agreed to briefly live on the equivalent of a minimum-wage salary as he rallies support for a ballot measure.
St. Clair County police say a man has drowned in a pond following what appears to be a wheelchair or scooter accident.