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Cardinal George died Friday at the age of 78.
Winslow says he wants to use body cameras as a means to protect officers on every call, every time.
There are now some new people to work at some of the state's prisons.
A Springfield man is in custody, charged with disarming and aggravated battery of a peace officer among other charges.
Cardinal Francis George, a vigorous defender of Roman Catholic orthodoxy who played a key role in the church's response to the clergy sex abuse scandal, has died.
Northern Illinois University has an honors-level course called "Game of Thrones, Television, and Medieval History."
The Illinois Tobacco Quit Line is going away cold turkey.
Bob Morgan is resigning May sixth in order to go into private law practice.
$8,800 a year for Illinois residents.
Sponsor wants to prevent another North Mac
The Springfield Public Works Department will try to work on and investigate the storm sewer system in one part of Northeastern Springfield.
There is now a long-term place in plan for Springfield's Carillon.
Springfield Public Schools will get about $798,000 from the state due to the fallout from Governor Bruce Rauner's across the board budget cut.
"It's a day when we remind ourselves of what can happen when evil people do evil things, and good people do nothing about it."
This year's survey will focus on education, but also will deal with other issues.
Those who want medical marijuana to be available to treat more afflictions have until Saturday to sign up.
Schock spent $3,100 at Tiffany and Co. for bowls to donors.
A state pension law was overturned by the state Supreme Court last summer, because it altered promised benefits.
Springfield Police are looking for people who broke into an east side church.
Lessbian state rep says her mom tried to convert her