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Illinois Department of Corrections officials are retesting emergency power equipment at the state's correctional facilities to ensure they are adequately prepared for emergencies.
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Authorities are investigating what caused a transformer fire at a northern Illinois power plant that forced one of two power-generating units to shut down.
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On August 27, 1909, William Howard Taft was president, "Shine on Harvest Moon" was playing on everyone's radio, and Irma Lucille Franklin was born in the small farming town of Cisne in southern Illinois.
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A journalist, the first female director of Illinois' Department of Agriculture and two others are being honored by the Alumni Association of the Illinois Agricultural Leadership Foundation.
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A central Illinois high school has opened a memorial garden for one of its graduates who was killed in a fighter jet crash during a U.S. Navy training exercise.
One unanswered question about a new state law legalizing medical marijuana is just how many Illinois residents will actually ask for permission to use it.
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One unanswered question about a new state law legalizing medical marijuana is just how many Illinoisans will actually ask for permission to use it.
I call upon you and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to immediately reverse the travesty of severing as Associate Professor in the Department of American Indian Studies, to Palestinian-American Professor Steven Salaita which he accepted in good faith and subsequently resigned from Virginia Tech, uprooting his wife and baby son from ... (more)
Rosemary Feurer is a history professor at Northern Illinois University, and it wasn't until her formal education was complete that she came across the Mother Jones monument in Mount Olive.
Police say a newborn baby found alive inside a trash bin in the central Illinois community of Jacksonville is in good condition.
University of Illinois Extension educator Mike Roegge says some fields started showing signs two weeks ago and affected areas rapidly expanded.
Most of Illinois' governors have lived in the Executive Mansion in Springfield at least part time.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Governor Pat Quinn and Chicago Public Schools boss Barbara Byrd-Bennett at an Aug. 29th news conference to announce the "CPS Safe Passage" program will expand through $10 million in support from Quinn's office and the state of Illinois.
CHICAGO – Anyone in Illinois who's turned on a TV in recent weeks knows the race for governor is shaping up as a no-holds-barred, no-expenses-spared slugfest.
A thunderstorm left water standing in the basement of the Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site in Springfield, causing the cancellation of tours.
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