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Durbin is encouraging the president to unilaterally deal with issues surrounding the unaccompanied children coming to the U.S. border
Local ruling is in line with state Supreme Court
Some power is still out, says CWLP
Organizers of a Springfield rally Thursday say they will continue their fight
Bruce Rauner says he had nothing to do with armed investigators coming up to people who signed nominating petitions for the Libertarian Party.
DSI: We don't just put on festivals
Long-awaited museum could open next year
Galesburg teachers have ended a two-week strike after their union reached a tentative contract agreement with the board of education.
Small fire starts as cops dismantle lab
Bloomington is the farthest south the two pairs could get until Election Day
Illinois Supreme Court Building rehab completed
He doesn't carry physical scars from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, but the wounds are still there
A federal judge has threatened to hold former THR and Associates boss Jeff Parsons in criminal contempt of court if he doesn't provide the documents needed to proceed with his case.
Expect a big police presence this Labor Day weekend.
Police are looking for help figuring out who robbed Papa Murphy's late last week.
Lawyers representing 55 Illinois Department of Transportation workers laid off last week say the employees should be able to continue working for the agency
Oberweis wants seven debates before Nov. 4.
Attorney general: don't be a victim
Officer and his canine partner were killed by a drunk driver
The iconic Myers building in downtown Springfield needs some facade work.