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The University of Illinois will name the new court at the State Farm Center after longtime Illini coach Lou Henson.
A rural Pana man was found dead inside a vehicle discovered to be on fire Saturday morning.
Steve Brown's clients include a program for nursing assistants that saw its state funding more than double.
There's still no budget, Republicans point out
A potential Democratic candidate in the U.S. Senate race isn’t shy about criticizing members of his own party, including U.S.…
Republican "wingman" is all wrong, they say
Roof repair part of private fundraising
The Illinois State Police is getting some use out of what you might think of as a drone, but that's not what they call it.
Lost as a Democrat, now an independent for 13th District
The department said Friday that the data breach was only discovered after the person who made the FOIA request mailed the documents to the inmate.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan pushed for the law, which Gov. Bruce Rauner signed on Friday. It takes effect in August 2016.
Illinois is among 23 states that permit marijuana for medical use, but hesitance from the medical establishment may be one reason only 2,800 patients have qualified for the program.
The SIUE junior from Olney says her personality won over the judges.
DNR, Mayor Jim Langfelder Sign Memorandum of Cooperation regarding Hunter Lake.
Twenty-two members of the Illinois Horsemen's Benevolent & Protective Association question the use of money withheld from their Fairmount Park purses for a nonprofit effort that encourages adoption of retired race horses.
Player claims to have suffered three concussions in two years while playing for the U of I.
Residents or families of nursing home residents will be required to furnish video or audio recording devices.
Critics say bill would cost too much to enforce.
"East St Louis is a better place to conduct the nation's business."
Illinois’ unemployment rate fell 5.8 percent in July, and this time, the labor force grew along with it.