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Significantly more Americans are using electronic cigarettes and vaporizing devices, but most of those consumers are also smoking conventional cigarettes, according to a new poll.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
The uncertainty about how many vehicles need to have one or more air bags replaced illustrates the challenges the government faces in responding to a massive safety crisis.
The latest version of the Batmobile has been unveiled ahead of next year's release of the much anticipated "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.
It was a good day for a run Wednesday, if you're looking to be a part of the State Police, or if you're taking part in the Special Olympics.
Sangamon County residents needing flood insurance should be able to get it cheaper now.
Those looking for more minorities on the Springfield Police force may just get them.
Do you remember the time?
State Comptroller Leslie G. Munger says some things will be paid.
Millions of fliers may be forced to buy new suitcases or check those bags.
A home wrecker will break up the longtime marriage of Homer and Marge ... the reason might surprise you.
The additional troops and the establishment of a new training base will help Iraqi forces in preparation for a battle to retake territory lost to Islamic State.
Authorities in the Pekin area say they're looking for the body of a man who disappeared while tubing on the Mackinaw River.
Ford says its Chicago assembly plant will stop making the Lincoln MKS full-sized Sedan next year.
The University of Illinois already has a name for its new medical school in Urbana, but now it's wanting its faculty to weigh in.
Eastland Fabrication in Lanark says they've been working on the "Great Wall of Rescue" since 2010
If you get busted this year you'll have to go to court like everybody else.
With eight bathrooms and a nightclub this house is definitely rock and roll.