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The actress daughter of late wildlife enthusiast Steve Irwin was crowned the winner of the reality show.
The "force" was with this man - the police force, that is.
A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
A total of six percent-plus pay raises over three years.
State Representative Tim Butler stands behind Governor Bruce Rauner in temporarily halting the admission of refugees from Syria into Illinois.
Firefighters hired from here on out for the Springfield Fire Department will not receive a perk that current firefighters get.
The Fourth District Appellate Court has upheld the convictions of a man for fatally beating five members of his ex-wife's family in their central Illinois home.
A McLean County judge has turned down a prosecution request to reinstate murder charges against a Bloomington woman in the death of her young son.
Politicians from both parties are hoping for calm after a video showing a Chicago police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times is released.
Director J.J. reveals the first word spoken in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which hits theaters next month.
French President Francois Hollande said the U.S. and France have agreed to step up strikes in Syria and Iraq to target Islamic State militants after the deadly Nov. 13 attacks in Paris.
The star is one of the biggest and bankable actresses in Hollywood and has featured in a number of blockbusters including the "X-Men" franchise and "The Hunger Games" films.
U.S. Steel will temporarily idle its Granite City Works steelmaking and finishing operations.
Jason Van Dyke allegedly shot Laquan McDonald, 17.
Ever wonder what happened to those turkeys that got a Thanksgiving reprieve from the President?
The "Empire" stars will welcome Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx, John Legend, and more.
Adonis Johnson, the son of Balboa rival-turned-mentor Apollo Creed, leaves behind a life of privilege to walk in the footsteps of a father he never knew.
Houston-area police have arrested a man dubbed the "Cookie Monster" robber who is suspected in holdups at more than 30 fast-food restaurants, often demanding that a cookie be handed over along with the cash.
The federal appeals court in New York will hear the NFL's appeal of the lifting of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension in the "Deflategate" controversy.