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Judge Thomas Schanzle-Haskins said the contents can be liquidated in Texas and do not have to be shipped to Illinois.
Authorities locked down the building for a couple of hours on Friday while teams tested the package.
School director Jim Thorne said the instructor, a retired FBI agent he didn't identify, wasn't authorized to have the gun.
A retired historian will donate original notes he took about a photograph of a dead Abraham Lincoln that nobody knew existed until he discovered it.
There’s a change in the diet, effective this month, for people in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutrition program.
Employment is a bone of contention in the race for governor. Republican candidate Bruce Rauner says the Quinn Administration is…
If you're looking to the state's retail merchants for a recommendation on the governor's race, forget it
Viper wants for more waste storage space
Gov. Pat Quinn's program allegedly allocated money inappropriately.
The price of gas is falling, but not as much in Illinois as elsewhere.
The people who run a program that has Illinois middle and high school students record oral histories of veterans are trying to throw off the label of “best kept secret.”
Top executive out on bond
The man accused of covering up the murder of a Decatur woman by leaving her in a Rochester shed has pleaded not guilty.
Slow growth is still growth, but the University of Illinois Flash index shows the improvement in the state’s economy is…
Bill has gone nowhere in House
Expansion of waste facility up before zoning board
Hearing next week
Both trying to make inroads in minority communties
Major donors threaten to withhold donations unless the feuding stops
Illinois State Police say a van over corrected after swerving off the roadway.