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Illinois lawmakers are moving forward a proposal to allow patients to try unproven drugs with their doctor's consent.
Rauner says he wants what he's calling a full evaluation of the state's medical marijuana pilot program.
The Police Department in Bloomington has hired someone part-time to work with youth.
Donations continue to be received after last week's tornado in northern Illinois that killed two people and injured twenty
Tax-exempt status of church is questioned
Billions are available
Sticks to centrist positions despite flak from Joe Walsh
State Farm: They assist in checking out tornado damage
Lang: Governor is a promise-breaker who thinks he's czar
Depressed oil prices affect demand
Grant helps hire part-time mentor
Fishing trip ends tragically
Company lost out on bid for state program
Ignition interlock and multi-DUI measures
Bill would allow state to plant milkweed along roads and high ways to bring back Monarch Butterfly population.
Rauner believes his administration will ultimately win debate.
Residents were bussed back into Fairdale Saturday morning.
Nearly two-thirds of taxpayers will received a refund.
Durbin first introduced the bill in 2009.
National Weather Service has classified Fairdale tornado as EF4.