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1 hr ago | Switched
It may not be one of the Ten Commandments, but it kind of goes without saying that thou shalt not cook meth in a house of worship.
2 hrs ago | KMIZ
A former assistant state's attorney in western Illinois' Adams County is charged with first-degree murder in the February 2006 death of his wife.
3 hrs ago | WSIL
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says a system offering hunting and fishing licenses at a reduced price is not yet ready.
5 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane
Sorry, clean freaks. No matter how well you scrub your home, it's covered in bacteria from your own body.
5 hrs ago | Wizbang
Leave it to leftist Illinois to use a museum dedicated to celebrating Abraham Lincoln, one of the greatest presidents in history, as a platform to celebrate a loser like Adlai Stevenson while at the same time ignoring Ronald Reagan, a native son, big winner, and another greatest president.
10 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Children's Hospital of Illinois is opening a $1 million rooftop garden for families of patients in pediatric critical care.
12 hrs ago | KWQC-TV Davenport
The State Journal-Register reports 53-year-old Judith Hemken of Litchfield and 26-year-old Tiffany Burton of Hillsboro were charged with participating in manufacturing meth in a church Wednesday.
13 hrs ago | Fairfield Citizen-News
Not known as kings of the one-liner or for their rhetorical flourishes, the familiar foes will face off Wednesday night in Norwich for the first of seven gubernatorial debates in a rematch of a race decided by 6,400 votes in 2010.
Byron Brown, 29, already serving 25 years in state prison for murder, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to racketeering conspiracy and murder in aid of racketeering.
The Champaign County Sheriff said a recent change to Illinois' rules regarding DUI accidents won't have an adverse effect on public safety.
Bruce Rauner is a Winnetka businessman. He told attendees at a forum in Bloomington Wednesday coordinated by the Illinois Farm Bureau that the agriculture department is "full of cronyism" and has 'folks running things that generally don't have much expertise.'
Lawyers representing 55 Illinois Department of Transportation workers laid off last week say the employees should be able to continue working for the agency in their staff assistant positions.
Libertarians across Illinois are celebrating victory today as the State Board of Elections ruled to keep their candidates Chad Grimm for Governor, Alexander Cummings for Lieutenant Governor, Ben Koyl for Attorney General, Julie Fox for Comptroller, Christopher Michel for Secretary of State, Matthew Skopek for Treasurer, and Sharon Hansen for U.S.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed a couple of bills last week to make it easier for voters to get rid of unnecessary and wasteful units of government.
A South Carolina man has pleaded guilty in a vehicle crash that killed an on-duty Pontiac officer and his police dog last year.
In 2012, the former staffer for Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill., won the 13th District by a mere 1,002 votes to a perennial Democrat panned by party operatives.
The Bridge was originally set to be open on September 6th. In a press release from the Illinois Department of Transportation, the DOT blames unforeseen conditions and problems encountered in replacing the transverse beams across the bridge and in the support columns.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 04:48 pm
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