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CBS is giving him 90 minutes of prime-time real estate for a tribute show.
Cuts to Medicaid will make up about one-third of the $300 million in spending reductions by Gov. Bruce Rauner's office
Longtime engineer Matt Forger says he joined the King of Pop on missions to strange places for album tracks.
The drummer is bouncing back from his feud with Ozzy Osbourne by announcing he will release two solo projects.
State Representative Tim Butler says who knows if that $26 million Governor Bruce Rauner is holding from a number of state social service programs will be restored or not.
Mayor-Elect Jim Langfelder says he's put together a cross-section of people that will help him transition in to the top city job.
A Chicago man has been found fit to stand trial on charges accusing him of mailing violent threats to Southern Illinois University's Carbondale campus.
The "Good Will Hunting" star joined the project in January, 2013, and the film debuted at the Tribeca Film festival last year.
There are plenty of country music acts lined up for this year's Illinois State Fair, and more pop acts are now being added.
The Lincoln Home National Historic site is contributing greatly to Springfield in terms of economic impact.
The big screen adaptation of the hit '80s TV series raked in almost $200 million at the box office.
Cobie Smulders says she was battling ovarian cancer while filming the show's third season.
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The disgraced former MLB star will be allowed to participate in activities surrounding this summer's All-Star Game in his hometown of Cincinnati.
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The Who guitarist will be recognized for his ongoing support of the MusiCares organization.
Doctor McDreamy was killed off in Thursday's shocking episode.
Federal prosecutions have rested their case in the penalty phase of the federal trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.