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According to an annual survey, four western suburbs landed in the top ten Illinois municipalities in DUI arrests for 2013.
After the Illinois Legislature moved to not take furlough days for the first time in years, some state lawmakers decided to take matters into their own hands to save taxpayer dollars.
A U.S. Marine veteran who served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan has been named acting director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs.
The Illinois Department of Transportation says two bridges over the Mississippi River at St. Louis have reopened after being struck by a barge trying to navigate the rain-swollen river.
"The ruling on health care benefits had no direct bearing on the larger case" . In reference to the Constitution: "The provision was aimed at protecting the right to receive the promised ... benefits, not the adequacy of the funding to pay for them" .
One of Brett Packee's star students had already left Pine Meadow Golf Club when the rain starting falling.
Many players in the Mid-American Conference have a small amount of FBS scholarship offers and most do not have multiple offers from any Power 5 schools, let alone SEC schools.
A former female guard at Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center was charged Wednesday with having sexual contact with a male inmate.
Yet getting it to markets at home and abroad is proving challenging and controversial.
Gay rights advocate Vin Testa waves a rainbow flag in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
A southwestern Illinois woman is accused of sexual misconduct with a male inmate while she worked at a substance abuse treatment lockup.
The hellbender is North America's largest salamander and the third-largest salamander species in the world, after the Chinese giant salamander and the Japanese giant salamander.
In the very beginning of our summer road trip to explore the Land of Lincoln, we embarked upon Highway 72 in Illinois in Urbana-Champaign , traveled west approximately 50 miles to Decatur, , then another 39 miles into Springfield.
Cuts approved by the City Council have led to protests from city workers, including police and fire staff, who say they cannot afford the changes and feel betrayed by a city they have served and protected.
Ohio-based Murray Energy Corp. clams in a lawsuit that Williamson Energy LLC since 2009 has bought up parcels of southern Illinois land Murray wanted to expand its coal operations.
Posted by Ron Warnick in Businesses , History , Route 66 Associations , Signs . Tags: Hi-Way Tavern , Illinois Route 66 Hall of Fame , Nelch and Son Concrete , Postville Courthouse trackback Three inductees - including a previously announced historic bar in Edwardsville - were announced to the Illinois Route 66 Hall of Fame during the Illinois ... (more)
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