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Some Illinois criminology experts are asking lawmakers to hold off on trying to reinstate capital punishment in Illinois.
A grand jury has been meeting all summer in Springfield over the issue.
Illinois schools Superintendent Tony Smith is warning school districts to be prepared for dismal statewide test scores.
A large canned pumpkin manufacturer says yields in Illinois appear to be less than anticipated this year.
Good corn-harvesting weather is ahead
Lawsuit has been filed against North Mac and contractors.
Aa microloan program for small businesses that might not otherwise be eligible for loans due to credit and other problems.
A leader of Downstate Illinois' favorite rock and roll band, REO Speedwagon, has passed away.
The city of Springfield is taking some more traffic signals offline.
That increases the number of recent deaths from the water-borne illness in Quincy to 12.
It's unclear what caused the major break.
Gregory Hays, 21, of Tower Hill was being arrested on a domestic battery charge when he allegedly escaped
Sen. Dick Durbin says passing a long-tern federal transportation funding bill is job one.
Cory Small, 35, allegedly implied he had a gun and demanded money and cigarettes from the cashier.
Study skewed, group says, to paint Illinois as plaintiffs' paradise
It could fuel illegal gun trafficking
Sanders is getting attention
Third big problem for Illinois; budget and pensions are the other two
Mass / serial killers, cop killers would qualify
Five cows developed complications after surgery. One died and the other four were euthanized.