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The move may help the city's budget.
Governor speaks to the Illinois Asphalt Pavers Association.
Bishop Thomas John Paprocki responds to SNAP's allegations about pedophile priests.
There are no blurred legal lines here: Marvin Gaye's children are awarded $7.3 million after winning their lawsuit.
The troubled state agency overseeing Illinois' child welfare has agreed to allow outside experts help monitor residential treatment centers and placement services.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has hired a Yale-educated former CIA intelligence officer to lead Illinois' health insurance enrollment efforts.
The potential 2016 presidential candidate defends using private email during her time at the U.S. State Department.
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When a woman goes on a drive-through tour of a big game animal farm, one buffalo gives her more than she bargained for.
There's even a "liquid lunch" option.
Ten people face charges following Tuesday's shooting incidents.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office wants Governor Bruce Rauner's suit challenging the constitutionality of "fair share" union does thrown out.
A judge in Cook County is hearing arguments Tuesday on the first lawsuit filed in the state over its medical marijuana law.
The couple is fighting over profits from the $9 million sale of their marital home.
Cops thwarted a plan to set off explosives at a studio where scenes for the show's upcoming fifth season were filmed.
"The Magic Mike" star is a part of the expanding "Ghostbusters" universe.
Jurors in the murder trial of the former New England Patriots player are pouring over records from his phone in the days surrounding the killing.
Puff Daddy honored his friend on the 18th anniversary of his death by encouraging fans to cover "I'll Be Missing You."