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Springfield Police say one man was injured after a stabbing incident Wedensday morning.
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The actor takes on Mick Jagger, Jennifer Hudson, and John Legend singing the Toys "R" Us jingle.
City Council overrides then-Mayor Mike Houston's veto of a CWLP rebate.
A broken pipeline spewed thousands of gallons of oil into the Pacific Ocean for several hours before being shut off.
Here's something you don't see every day: Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti making a public appearance, let alone talking with reporters.
The Beatles legend is still rocking well into his 70s and admits he loves the audience's reaction to a howling error.
The comedian will sign off for the last time tonight, concluding a 33-year career on late-night TV.
Republicans: gridlock in the Illinois Legislature is a sign the status quo isn't working.
The public was warned to "be on the look out" for the band, who commits "musical crimes."
A teacher showed the movie to her high school health class as a "reward."
The legendary singer-actress-filmmaker is going to dish her life story.
The Bel Aire Motel Sputnik sign has a new home.
Glenn Holtz will be presented with an honorary diploma Wednesday night.
The Constitution, as it stands, requires a flat income tax rate.
A Catholic priest who was removed as pastor of four parishes over an abuse allegation says the church inquiry that led to his ouster resembled a witch hunt.
The line will be geared toward children ages four to 11.
Kentucky Fried Chicken's iconic spokesman, Colonel Harland Sanders, is back for a new generation.
The musical movie, called "Rocketman," has been in the works since 2011.
The White House says climate change can contribute to more natural disasters that result in humanitarian crises and potential new flows of refugees.