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A WHITE HALL MAN HAS DIED AS A RESULT OF A GUNSHOT WOUND HE SUFFERED LAST SUNDAY. JOHN EARLY WAS…
The race for jobs pits city against city – state against state. Taxes, weather, and access to transportation are one…
A man suspected of two summer murders has pleaded not guilty. Terence Doddy has been charged with first-degree murder as…
A jury has cleared a man of charges that he tried to kill a Decatur police detective wounded during a raid last year.
Chad Grimm is the Libertarian candidate for Illinois governor, but he's not campaigning this summer as much as defending his spot on the November ballot.
During a stop in Springfield Friday for a small business roundtable, the congressman took a minute to answer questions about the news of the day
Say Blagojevich's attorneys misread ruling
Police from across the state made a stop Thursday in Springfield as part of the Concerns of Police Survivors - COPS - bike ride across Illinois
Local government would raise them by referendum only
SPD busy writing tickets
Campaign says it's not over
Biggest three-month drop since record-keeping began
Popularity of recycling credited
Rauner wants the income tax to revert to the 2010 level
The Illinois Department of Transportation says a water rescue is underway in the Sangamon River near I-55.
Next meeting scheduled just weeks before November elections
Moist enough in Illinois this year to attract plenty of mosquitoes, but not the kind which carry West Nile virus yet
Nearly $47-billion dollars at stake
Scott AFB may have a building bearing the late Senator Alan Dixon's Name
Inmates hooked on nicotine may get some help