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The Springfield City Council could finally be poised to consider nixing a plan that gives city employees a higher retirement benefit, at the expense of unused vacation pay.
Steven Salaita will work for the American University of Beirut.
Existing Illinois landfills have capacity to take trash for another 21 years.
Illinois' economy continues to grow at a steady pace, according to a monthly measure of it from the University of Illinois.
Even the most patriotic among us can learn something from these little-known facts about Independence Day.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — “Monopoly” is going Hollywood. Lionsgate says it will turn the classic board game into a…
The man fled the scene after getting money, a cell phone, and a tablet computer.
Flooding continues in parts of Illinois after the state saw its rainiest June on record.
The attorney says head coach Matt Bollant has no business coaching at the U of I, and athletic director Mike Thomas had to know what was happening.
Enjoy the holiday weekend with some classic American cinema.
A trial could be held as soon as August third in the murder case involving Mondavier Knight.
More than 40 million Americans are expected to hit the road for the long holiday weekend.
The 1987 thriller starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close is set to be adapted for the small screen.
Celebrate the 4th of July the way our founding fathers intended: with an epic playlist.
The "Magic Mike" star knows how to get down.
The actor's son is making a documentary about his father and his beloved "Star Trek" character.
While a domestic road trip might appear like an affordable alternative to traveling abroad, costs can easily spiral out of control.
U.S. officials are looking into alleged bribery worth more than $100 million involving high-ranking officials at soccer's world governing body.