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Could get six months in prison in hush money deal
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.
The Springfield City Council has tabled a proposal that would have established a new liquor license.
Speaking at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Obama outlined three broad areas for reducing violent crime in the United States.
Pork Producers: Study lacks facts, context.
Circuit Clerk apps replace old apps that needed many more upgrades.
Jack McCullough, 75, was sentenced to life in prison for the death of Maria Ridulph of Sycamore, 7.
007 is the ultimate film spy and more than a dozen brands are hoping to cash in on the latest James Bond installment, "Spectre."
The Kansas City Royals host Game 1 of the World Series tonight, facing off against the New York Mets. No matter which team walks away winners of the best-of-seven series, they will be ending a long draught.
Al Riley is concerned about train lines potentially missing a deadline to implement “positive train control,” a back-up safety system.
The U.S. death rate for all causes is continuing to decline, aided by drops in fatalities from leading causes like heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and accidents, new research finds.
Rauner declared Monday James Vernon Day, and says Vernon is "a true American hero."
Officials have spent around $3.8 million revamping the apartment on Brook Street in Mayfair to reflect how it looked when the rocker lived there.
The pair performed "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and a Beatles classic too!
Chevrolet, Buick, Jeep, and Ram models from various years are being recalled.
These 10 funnymen earned a combined $166.5 million thanks to touring, TV, films deals and more.
The "King of Queens" star opens up about breaking ties with the religion and learning how to start over.
Find out the meaning behind all these teal pumpkins popping up on doorsteps around the country.
A dog named Trigger shot his 25-year-old owner in the foot in a bizarre accident that had Indiana officials on Monday reminding hunters to take safety lessons.