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The U.S. Attorney's office says a federal grand jury has filed a five-count indictment against Kelton Snyder, 23.
Ralph Hathaway, 46. of New Canton faces four felony charges including Transportation of a Minor with the Intent to Engage in Illegal Sexual Activity.
A group of Springfield residents have officially entered the national debate over whether Planned Parenthood should have its federal funding yanked by Congress after videos regarding the harvesting of fetal organs surfaced.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Chancellor Phyllis Wise says she is resigning over concerns that what she called "external issues" involving her are a distraction to the university.
The Illinois State Fair will go on, even without a state budget.
If you ask Illinois politicians from either party about Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate, one candidate is the focus: Donald Trump.
Sangamon County authorities need help finding those responsible for a series of ATV and zero-turn mower thefts.
A new law extending the statute of limitations on rape kit testing helps the backlog of kits, but it doesn't solve all the issues surrounding sexual assaults.
Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder has paid $2,500 to buy a local landmark.
Potentially life-saving drugs which are still in the testing phase will now be made available to certain patients in Illinois.
A helicopter pilot was taken to a Peoria hospital in critical condition after his aircraft crashed into a soybean field.
Fiat Chrysler has since recalled 1.4 million Jeeps.
Negotiations between the governor and the state's largest public employee union are getting hot – and public.
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger says Governor Bruce rauner may share some blame in the state budget impasse.
The council eventually approved Michael Pittman 9-0, with Ward 7 Alderman Joe McMenamin voting "present".
Karen Davis says a Request for Information was pulled back, so that she could review what should be done.
The Christian County Sheriff says a man wanted since leading police on a high-speed chase Monday night is now in custody.
The state's Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability says it doesn't like the idea to close the Illinois State Museum and its satellite locations.
The state Senate has voted to forgo annual pay raises, but as expected, there was some dissent.
Rauner blames the state budget. State museum employees among the cuts.