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Springfield Police say they're investigating two sets of stabbings that appeared to be beef between two rival gangs.
Professors at the University of Illinois Springfield don’t want research to slow down because of the state budget impasse
About 2,700 Illinois students of for-profit schools will receive about $3 million in debt relief
What will it look like? Who will design it?
"Light" and "low tar" cigarettes were marketed as less dangerous
Dieters may feel like pigging out, since they're drinking diet pop
They're here to stay
ICPR: It comes with a new administration
U.S. Rep. Danny Davis picks Andrea Zopp for Senate
A solar-powered energy station in Carbondale is on hold while the developer waits on potential state help.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin supports closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay, but wants to see the legal rationale for President Obama doing so without going through Congress.
Meeting postponed until December 1; Madigan to attend a family funeral this week.
Dunkin could find himself a pariah in the House Democratic caucus, as his decision not to cast votes on two social service bills Democrats found crucial this week kept those bills from passing the House.
The Illinois Department of Insurance disclosed the privacy breach Friday in a news release.
The Republican says the media should then be shown the door "so we can continue with constructive negotiations in private."
Latinos will be the focus of a special look at wrongful convictions.
Driver from Texas in custody.
Durbin talks immigration and Trump's Springfield appearance.
$211,000 worth of medical marijuana sold in the first week in Illinois.
Clinton Landfill Inc. had agreed to a consent decree prohibiting the landfill from taking waste such as toxic PCBs.