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Law enforcement officials in Illinois are asking lawmakers to come up with a state law governing the use of body cameras.
You may hear some accents from around the world as you are out and about this weekend. Contestants from Belarus,…
Both candidates for governor are pulling out all the stops to court African-American voters.
The former head of St. John's Children's Hospital has pleaded not guilty to embezzling more than $700,000 from the institution over six years.
Old-time Outfit move, says Chicago Crime Commission
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1 in 7 Illinois families regularly get help from food banks
Current system doesn't work, he says
Another step in to air travel in place
State's top medical official says state ready to react to Ebola
Declining foreclosures means some in the mortgage industry are joining the unemployment line
Illinois' top health official says state is well-prepared for Ebola
Sangamon County authorities have charged a 20-year-old Springfield man in the stabbing of his stepfather.
Drop. Cover. Hold on.
Police have arrested a 23-year-old Decatur man who they say broke into his grandmother's home and stole a $20 bill.
Residents of Springfield's Northeast Side got a chance to hear from city and U.S. EPA officials about what's to be done about perennial northeast side sewer problems.
Notification to victims of release of offender could be required
Aldermen may bring in outside counsel to defend itself in court
Five Lanphier High School students were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after the bus they were on was rear ended by a van.
Should the city of Springfield have an inspector general?