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A federal judge is hearing arguments on whether or not a Peoria man's civil rights were violated when the man's home was raided after he started a fake Twitter account making fun of Peoria's mayor.
Back to organizing, he says
Former State Rep. Rosenthal settles in
2013 pension changes are in focus Wednesday
Programs pay off handsomely, advocates say
Current law must be updated, says attorney general
First woman general in the Illinois National Guard
HB3487 would give drivers illegally using cell phones same penalty as drunk drivers who cause fatalities.
Bill would lift 32 year old ban.
Fighting Illini men's basketball team will play first five home games next season in Springfield.
Healthier snacks in vending machines and colors on toy guns among resolutions the Illinois House is working on.
EPA continuing to monitor area waterways for leaking oil.
Niether Congressman will be at Monday's event.
Durbin endorses Emeka Jackson-Hicks
Governor calls Christie his friend.
ISP will be accepting on-line only applications beginning March 17.
State Fire Marshal says when you set clocks ahead, it's also a good time to change to fresh batteries in smoke alarms.
A federal judge has ruled allegations of sexual harassment against former Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford can go to trial over the objections of state lawyers.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says no chemicals have been detected in the air near an oil train that derailed and burst into flames in western Illinois.
Springfield mayoral candidate Paul Palazzolo wants to create a new city position if elected he says will help consolidate a number of city departments under one umbrella.