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Cloudy, smelly water problems persist.
"This is a safe community," says State's Attorney John Milhiser.
Mayor Jim Langfelder disputes Sierra Club's allegations.
The state is causing problems with Sangamon County's budget.
The Obama administration says Illinois will be a winner with the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The Champaign City Council has approved the use of stun guns for its police department.
The Illinois Poison Center is warning of a spike in the number of patients going to emergency rooms after using dangerous synthetic drugs.
State average slips from October's $2.47 to current $2.34
Radio call for help was the last they heard of him
Nice, but non-essential
Land purchases will continue, says project manager.
A new Springfield non-profit distributing wholesale drugs normally destroyed is working to send them instead to parts of the world that may need them more.
Darion Harris, 20, allegedly helped shoot and kill William Dougherty.
Two of three people facing charges following Springfield's 10th homicide have made court appearances.
“This is both a personal and a professional loss,” said Chief Justice Rita Garman.
Another byproduct of the state budget standoff: cutbacks in public health programs.
State climatologist Jim Angel says the National Weather Service is predicting the mild temperatures will continue this month.
Plea comes as a trial was about to start.
Trump will speak at the Prairie Capital Convention Center.
His portrait is removed from a place of honor in Washington