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IHSA Response To Lawsuit: Will Review Suit When Appropriate

The Illinois High School Association responds to lawsuit filed by former high school quarterback.


Again, SH-G Football Champs

Sacred Heart-Griffin is again hoisting an Illinois high school championship trophy, winning their second straight state football title Saturday over…

Rochester Rockets

Rochester Rockets Win 5th State Championship

5th consecutive title for Rochester in Class 4A high school football.

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Man Accused of Animal Cruelty

Faces up to 10 years


Teen Arrested for Theft From Vehicles

More than 20 cars broken into


Winter Driving: Need a Refresher?

The first winter blast seems to be the toughest


“Secret Science” Concerns Durbin

GOP in denial, he says


Madigan Files Pension Appeal

Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed official notice with the Supreme Court that the state will appeal a ruling that Illinois' landmark pension overhaul is unconstitutional.


Chicago Couple Sues Aviation Company Over Crash

A Chicago couple is suing the owner of a small cargo plane that crashed into their home.


$4.5 Million Headed To Illinois Food Banks; Springfield Included

The state is giving nearly $4.5 million to eight food banks across Illinois for modernization.


Flyers: Know Your Rights!

Financial hurt for airlines who keep you on the tarmac


Springfield IG Position On Hold Pending Ward 10 Appointment

An ordinance is on the table to create the Office of Inspector General, which could be a full time or part time contractual employee.


Springfield Prayer Vigil Held in Wake of Ferguson Riots

Riots in Ferguson spark frank discussions in Springfield


Man Takes Money, Jewelery From North End Store

Springfield Police are looking for a man that robbed a north end payday loan store Tuesday morning.


Christian County Authorities Investigate Baby Death

A one month old baby is dead in Kincaid.


Illinois Ebola Hotline Suspended

The number of calls to it has fallen sharply.

National Headlines

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2 NYPD officers killed, gunman dead


The fatal shooting may have been a revenge attack over police treatment of minorities.

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Making headlines this week


A look back on some of the week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.

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Consumers can sue Target over data breach


A judge has cleared the way for consumers to sue the retailer over the 2013 data breach.

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Poll: Americans skeptical of commercial drones


Americans say they are skeptical that the benefits will outweigh the risks to privacy and safety.

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U.S. plans to rate colleges on affordability, performance


The White House released a draft of its plan to tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to improve.