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An online response to the Facebook page from the university's Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations says there's a course offered: Being White in a Multicultural Society.
The Illinois Hospital Association will soon have a new top executive.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl, Normal Mayor Chris Koos and Urbana Mayor Laurel Prussing signed the letter.
Durbin says the ideas from Republican presidential candidates on how to handle the Syrian refugee crisis are "an embarrassment."
The storm that moved into northern Illinois, Indiana and southern Michigan overnight has dumped up to a foot of snow in some places.
Illinois National Bank executives say they decided to submit a bid after assurances from state and federal banking regulators.
The newest Illinois state representative has reported the news and been in the news.
State lawmakers accuse Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Illinois State Board of Education of trying to open 48 new charter schools without input from local school boards
Authorities say late Fox Lake Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz staged his suicide to look like a homicide
Three of four people have been indicted by a Sangamon County grand jury on murder charges for a shooting death earlier this month.
Lisa Clemmons Stott will replace Victoria Ringer.
October rate holds, but jobs are added in Illinois
Pilots have no flights
Await US Supreme Court action on DAPA, DACA
A labor expert says the unions which have reached agreements with the Rauner administration cannot be compared to the others.
Each of four students learned English and won a contest in order to recite Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
A news release says Olen Randall, 66, who was found dead on October 15th after a party, died from blunt force trauma to the chest.
Police found evidence linking the man to the Marine Bank robbery inside his cab.
Tazewell County Coroner Jeff Baldi says 59-year-old Lionel "Lonnie" Graham's cause of death wasn't determined.
With the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate now a three-way race, one candidate welcomes the newcomer, while another questions his stance on same-sex marriage.