Assistant Athletic Director Marty Kaufmann says the items are available because there wasn't "any edict to wipe all history or tradition from our books."
The state's Attorney General says a shift in attitude toward victims of rape, sexual assault, and other such crimes will lead toward more of these crimes being reported.
One suspect is in jail and another is being sought in the murder of a former Springfield area woman.
Two members of the Illinois Prisoner Review Board have been removed in the wake of published reports of erroneous filings with the state and the federal government.
The Governor was in Urbana Friday to address the concerns of nine presidents over universities in Illinois.
State Rep. Avery Bourne to run for election.
The United Way of Central Illinois is holding the annual Fall Days of Action.
"One day a peacock, the next day a feather duster."
Two areas of Illinois have gotten the Pollution Control Board's attention.
Rauner says the standoff over a state budget "could go on for a while."
Many businesses broke promises on jobs.
Teenagers convicted of armed robbery
Staff will double
Illness likely, officials say
How about a budget?
Northern Illinois University joins Eastern, UIUC.
Pat Brady predicts Trump will be long gone from the race by Illinois primary day
Public pressure from FOP
Police are investigating a late afternoon shooting on Springfield's east side.
Two locally-owned and operated banks are merging, and while executives say they will get bigger, they won't get too big.