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The "Prince of Pork" was 89.
Income tax is a Republican creation, they remind us
Don't expect much from witnesses
Illinois-based company may shift HQ overseas
Illinois African-American Family Commission will not be ignored, says sponsor
E-mail leaves no doubt
Sunday appearance in Chicago
A new Illinois law aims to help those with dyslexia.
A robber whose accomplice was shot and killed by a store owner gets life in prison.
Champaign residents are encouraging taking action against landfill company.
Published reports say State Treasurer Dan Rutherford's office offered paid internships to those with political connections.
The University of Illinois has stepped up its efforts to find a new President.
The prospect of adding new jobs has led officials in many shrinking Illinois communities to set aside any qualms about the state's legalization of medical marijuana and to cozy up to would-be growers.
Flash flood warnings are in effect for parts of northern, central and eastern Illinois as slow-moving thunderstorms unleash torrential downpours.
A new state law aims to help Illinois students with dyslexia.
The U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago has combined Indiana and Wisconsin's gay marriage cases and put them on the fast track.
Weber Stephan breaks ground in Huntley for new distribution center.
Birth control question to be on ballot in November.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk is demanding criminal background checks on the unaccompanied children that have crossed the U.S. border with Mexico.
A U.S. Marine veteran who served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan has been named acting director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs.