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2 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
This undated photo provided by the East St. Louis Police Department shows 25-year-old Montrell Cooper, of East St. Louis, Ill.
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4 hrs ago | Belleville News Democrat
Charles L. Phillips, 56, of 5743 Memory Lane, was arrested Wednesday by the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department and charged Friday by St. Clair County State's Attorney Brendan Kelly's office with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and domestic battery/prior.
6 hrs ago | Belleville News Democrat
Ten years after Lindenwood University opened its Belleville school, students on Friday moved into a brand new dormitory, the first for the campus.
On Aug. 29 I spoke before an Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board regarding project 13-034.
Albert H. Haas, 64, was killed by a rocket blast about midnight Nov. 29 while working at Bagram Air Force Base.
The lawsuit was filed under the fictitious names of John Doe, who's now 18, and his mother Mary Doe by their attorney Matthew Marlen of Belleville.
The Fairview Heights mother and son who pleaded guilty to distribution of heroin are scheduled to be sentenced Thursday in federal court.
A Federal Reserve survey shows that Chicago's banking district reported modest growth during the recent 16-day partial government shutdown.
With more than 100 employees, the campus pledged $2,193 in its first local United Way campaign, according to Charlie Merker, director of the United Way's Illinois Division.
The three young soloists set to perform at the Belleville Philharmonic Youth Orchestra's big concert on Sunday are preparing in their own ways.
Where: Tour will start at the Philharmonic Hall, 116 N. Jackson. St., Belleville.
Authorities say a former southwestern Illinois man was shot to death in South Carolina during his alleged attempt with a fellow Marine to rob a drug dealer.
A Thanksgiving fire at the Clark home outside Lebanon left them with no possessions and no place to live, but a couple of friends are rallying to fix that.
Charges could be coming as soon as Monday afternoon against a man who police believe murdered a Belleville resident over the weekend.
I wanted to remind everyone whining about the website for the Affordable Care Act insurance plans that if we would have whined and complained about glitches with the Space Shuttle, we would never have had a landing on the moon and we wouldn't have a space station now.