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Springfield Police are looking for four men they say robbed a man behind Gabatoni's on Laurel.
Don't expect ground troops, he says
Professor accused of being an anti-Semitic Tweeter
City Water Light and Power is on its way to another technical default due in part to an unusually cool summer.
Amy Day, 44, started working at Southeast in July 2011, and was arrested last October.
Long vacant property could finally get a tenant
The University of Illinois Springfield set an enrollment record this fall.
An extra alarm fire that heavily damaged a Jerome auto repair shop is out, but the trouble isn't over.
The tone during the nearly 90-minute debate-style meeting before the Chicago Tribune's editorial board was a clear sign the gloves are off.
The man killed in a crash on southbound I-55 yesterday has been identified.
AG Madigan supports surveillance
USDA crop report shows corn, soybeans a little behind average
$50,000 from Springfield Clinic neurologists
Plan is short on specifics
Cause under investigation
Springfield hospitals not yet seeing cases
Another familiar name will be on next April's ballot
Prosecutors announced the teen will be tried as a juvenile.
A single car accident briefly snarled traffic on I-55 just south of the 6th Street split just after 3:00 Monday afternoon.