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The library says it will present a "World's Fair Tea" on August first.
Only about half the crop is in good or excellent condition
State law follows U.S. Supreme Court ruling
With the exception of one area, the Springfield Public School District has all the money owed to it in the last fiscal year.
The Illinois National Guard may be the target of a scam.
Sherman's police chief and Director of Illinois' Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics gets one more chance to run with the torch this year.
Rejecting the Iran nuclear agreement would bring some severe consequences, according to supporters of the deal.
They're from the government, and they're here to help.
"It's important government continues to function," Rauner says.
A new law took effect this month clarifying some items considered vague in Illinois' concealed-carry law.
Illinois is making progress on stamping out school bullying based on sexual orientation, according to a national advocacy group.
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.