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Illinois State University president Larry Dietz is now immortalized in a portrait.
Illinois residents have petitioned the state to add more than 20 medical conditions to the medical marijuana program.
Memorabilia from The Monkees star's pop career and personal life are heading to the auction block as part of an estate sale.
He refuses to apologize for putting a charity event before his friend's funeral, insisting it's what his "Star Trek" co-star would have wanted.
The prosecution spent more than two months laying out its case but he defense has questioned why Hernandez would put his career on the line and attacked what it called sloppy police work.
A month after defense lawyers admitted his role in the bombing, each side's focus is less on guilt than on the question of whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will die for his crimes.
GNR drummer Steven Adler is to show off his creative side with an exhibition of his work.
The King will not appear at Elvis Presley's Graceland Wedding Chapel that's coming soon to Las Vegas — exactly how Priscilla Presley wants it.
Lawmakers defending higher education say it's an economic issue.
The Bon Jovi star will talk to students at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey, where he often does charity work.
Beloved characters Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and their friends could be coming back to the small screen.
The prestigious honor will mark the Queen star's childhood home.
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The Oscar-nominee revisited his iconic characters during his stint as the guest host of "Saturday Night Live."
The drummer was with Lynyrd Skynyrd when they recorded "Sweet Home Alabama," "Gimme Three Steps," and "Free Bird."
Legal pot has created job opportunities for people in Washington state who trim the marijuana plants with tiny scissors.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, April 6.
The rap mogul is entering the world of animation.
As the April 15 tax deadline nears, people who got help paying for health insurance under Obamacare are seeing the direct effect on their refunds — hundreds of dollars, for better or worse.
Business leaders say public relations campaigns may not be enough to immediately restore the state's damaged reputation.