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It's not unusual for Springfield to host conventions for collectors of certain types of memorabilia, but this is a first.
The Sangamon County Sheriff's Office is warning of a jury duty scam that's so far affected several people.
Poe is back in the saddle after being sidelined for months due to a blood disorder.
Winter is over -- at least for the people who study the weather.
Springfield's Memorial Medical Center has a new surgical center.
Police in one New Hampshire town are rewarding residents for doing the right thing.
The Israeli Prime Minister called for action over Iran's nuclear program.
Tim Butler of Springfield took the oath of office in a ceremony.
A bill for a penny-per-ounce tax, with the proceeds to fund public health and anti-obesity efforts, is again in the Illinois General Assembly.
The court will consider a conservative challenge to tax subsidies critical to the measure's implementation.
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The legendary jazz and blues singer will be inducted into the Apollo Walk of Fame on April 6.
The Blue Jackets have dealt veteran defenseman Jordan Leopold to the Minnesota Wild after a plea from his daughter goes viral.
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Adding in benefits, the league says the projected player costs will be $180.775 million per team.
The Metallica rocker celebrated his upcoming wedding with Bradley Cooper, Sir Ian McKellen, and his bandmates.
The "Roar" singer is cashing in on the dancing shark phenomenon from her Super Bowl half-time show.
The casting news comes just days after reports he pulled out of plans to appear in the sequels to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Canadian currency is getting the "Star Trek" treatment and bank officials are not happy.