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High school students across central Illinois are being encouraged to donate blood
Illinois comptroller candidate Sheila Simon is talking about reform.
Taco Bell debuted a mobile app that allows customers to order, customize their food, and pay from their phones.
The exhibit will showcase more than 80 artifacts, including Simon's first acoustic guitar, and handwritten lyrics for "The Boxer."
Contest could net you $25 toward utility bill
A man named Bart Augustus allegedly robbed a bank and his name isn't the only thing that's unique.
The Ford Edge, Lincoln MKX, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango models are among those being recalled.
AT&T allegedly didn't tell customers it would reduce speeds if they went over a certain amount of data use in a billing cycle.
Police say they found a kilo of cocaine hidden inside a man's snack bag.
In addition to the Royals forcing a game 7 in the World Series, here is a look at the other…
The "Happy" hitmaker made his debut on the legendary Apollo stage in June, and now he'll help guide its future.
The beloved "Three's Company" star died in 2003 when son Tyler was just 18. Now he is following in his father's footsteps.
The San Antonio Spurs raised their championship banner, then elevated their game when it mattered.
Howe, a 23-time All-Star who led Detroit to four Stanley Cup championships, retired in 1980.
The Kansas City Royals woke from their hitting slumber to rout the San Francisco Giants 10-0.
With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haunted houses are in increasingly popular with grownups.
Internet TV could soon have the same access to programming as cable providers, which could shake up competition.
An unmanned supply rocket carrying $200 million in supplies and research exploded shortly after lifting off in Virginia.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he would like to make a decision soon on the crude oil pipeline.