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Many Illinois consumers are seeing higher prices for health insurance entering the third year of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Supporting same-sex marriage too late is the latest attack lobbed at Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth by her primary opponent.
Fire training and SIDS-related services are among those drying up without state grants, according to what the latest Committee of the Whole in the Illinois House took in.
Lanphier High School, Jungle Jim's Cafe among the stops for a funeral procession.
Adele's first music video in four years racked up more than 27 million views in the first 24 hours.
Springfield Police say a pick up rear ended the bus near the intersection of Jefferson and Emporia.
The rocker credits his bandmates with saving him from suicide following the death of his baby son.
The "What Do You Mean?" singer appeared on the red carpet without plugs in his ears and visibly cringed when fans started screaming.
Springfield's famous Charlie Parker's Diner has won a national breakfast contest.
Prices on average have fallen 63 cents in the past 19 weeks.
In a rare occurrence, a Baltimore couple has added three identical members to the family.
Eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer in humans while red meat is a likely cause of the disease, World Health Organization (WHO) experts say, in findings that could sharpen debate over the merits of a meat-based diet.
Fullback Mike Tolbert scored two touchdowns, and the Carolina Panthers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 27-16 Sunday night to get off to the best start in franchise history.
A new study says the typical student in the nation's big-city public schools spends between 20 and 25 hours a school year taking standardized tests — and roughly 112 mandatory exams from preschool through high school.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A majority of Republican voters view only four of their party’s presidential contenders as potential general election…