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Recent rash of bitings has led Ameren to warn it's workers Fido may not always be friendly.
Durbin wants the bill to contain aid to U.S. workers.
Monument dedicated to labor activist after being refurbished.
Judge postponed sentencing until Tuesday to consider numeral character witness testimonies.
Durbin hopes in the wake of the shooting of nine people in a church in South Carolina, Congress starts taking gun control seriously.
Seven children were among nine people taken from a Springfield home.
Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County is hitting a major milestone that's 26 years in the making.
The Springfield City Council may have found a solution to Ward 4 Alderman John Fulgenzi's inability to participate in council discussions related to liquor licenses.
The Illinois site that's the home every other year to the annual Farm Progress Show is undergoing an expansion.
The Springfield Park District has a $19 million budget in place for the 2016 fiscal year.
Chicago, Pekin, Louisville are noted
Half percentage point more than national average
The Springfield Park District will have some backup looking into the future of its police force.
For the third time since 2010, Chicago gets to celebrate with the Stanley Cup.
A grand jury filed new counts against Antione Willis.
McMenamin said Bluffstone wanted room to negotiate before committing to any labor, let alone local union labor.
The 13 Illinois defendants include a Chicago dermatologist accused of fraudulent billing and seven employees of home health care companies
Police are trying to figure out who stole several central air conditioning units from an apartment complex in broad daylight.
An autopsy Thursday morning confirmed he died due to injuries sustained in the accident.
The governor's action is the next step