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Timothy L. Killeen says the college campus should not be seen as an anachronism.
Tough to go up against NRA, he says
No new finds this past spring
Not just for big cities
New laws effective Jan. 1
The Crossing Too on Clear Lake Avenue
Third time Red Cross shelter is needed in Bluffs
The bridge opened as the Veterans Memorial Bridge in 1951 as a toll bridge built by East St. Louis for $10.5 million.
The sponsor of the medical marijuana law is defending the anonymity of the applicants for licenses to grow pot.
Leonard E. Parker Jr., 24, of Calumet City is charged with financial institution fraud, aggravated identity theft and filing false claims against the United States.
It was to be in effect until Monday to allow for testing.
The Peoria County coroner identified the boy as Ravante L. Ward.
The new policy outlined by Chief Bill Clay in a July 7 memo called for officers to wear the Belleville city police patch on both shoulders as they received new uniforms.
William Joseph Jones, Jr., and Roderick Pickett are the victims
The Reverend Corey Brooks has been appointed to a spot on the Illinois Tollway Board.
Attorneys for Nancy Rish, 53, say she was duped into participating in the kidnapping of Stephen Small in an attempt to extort $1 million.
Governor Bruce Rauner has visited two areas devastated by tornadoes late Thursday.
The Illinois Supreme Court has denied a request by state officials to decide the issue of paying government workers during the budget crisis.
There are no serious injuries in Delavan from a tornado.
The ruling authorizes state Comptroller Leslie Munger to continue paying all state workers even though there's been no spending authority approved.