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Firefighters recommend you change your smoke and CO detector batteries along with your clocks tonight.
Dick Durbin and Jim Oberweis disagree on proposed travel restrictions from those nations hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak.
Race could be highly watched
The questions surrounding Benedictine University's decision to cancel undergraduate programs at its Springfield campus continue.
A look at some of the biggest hits and best scores this week in sports.
A passenger spaceship being developed by Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic has crashed.
There are halls of fame for everything from baseball to rock 'n' roll, so why not those with a hairy upper lip?
David Gilmour has warned the band's younger fans they might not enjoy the upcoming album.
Springfield Clinic is celebrating its 75th birthday but the company is giving the presents instead of receiving
Starting Saturday, Walmart will do whatever it takes to rope in holiday shoppers however they want to buy.
How do you know how to vote for judges? The Illinois State Bar Association has some help.
Speaking to a coalition of women supporting her husband’s campaign, Diana Rauner said Gov. Pat Quinn has tried to take the focus off jobs and the economy.
A Springfield man has been sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Prices at the pump are plunging, thanks mainly to falling oil prices.
Consumer sentiment rose in October to its highest level since in more than seven years.
J.K. Rowling says the much-hated character Dolores Umbridge is based on a teacher to whom she took an instant dislike.
Alcohoot turns your smartphone into a portable, personal breathalyzer.
Coroner Bruce Bowen said late Thursday the victims were an adult female and two children, a boy and a girl.