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Karen Davis says a Request for Information was pulled back, so that she could review what should be done.
The Christian County Sheriff says a man wanted since leading police on a high-speed chase Monday night is now in custody.
The state's Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability says it doesn't like the idea to close the Illinois State Museum and its satellite locations.
The state Senate has voted to forgo annual pay raises, but as expected, there was some dissent.
Police say a suspect is dead after officers responded to reports of shots fired at a movie theater southeast of Nashville, Tennessee.
Rauner blames the state budget. State museum employees among the cuts.
More than one in four Americans are hoping the soon-to-be redesigned $10 bill will feature Eleanor Roosevelt.
As part of a new show "Knock Knock: Live," Justin Bieber visited fans to lend a helping hand.
A Boeing 777 wing segment discovered on the island of Reunion is the first real breakthrough in the search for the plane that disappeared 17 months ago.
Every time you wish someone a happy birthday in the form of song, you're supposed to pay up.
Luckily the decades-old explosive didn't detonate but police are investigating how it got there.
The "Starships" hitmaker plans to release her first game in mid-2016.
Call it the rise of the "Breakfastarians" - the dining tribe that craves breakfast food morning, noon and night.
The Oakland A's had a very creepy, four-legged fan show up to a recent game.
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The Internet's crabbiest cat takes a trip to the pet store.
That 18 percent is the part of the budget not agreed upon according to a group of non-profit organizations that are funded by it.
Joel McHale has confirmed that his cult comedy will not be returning for a seventh season.
The U.S. Senate will consider a cybersecurity bill this week that would make it easier for corporations share Americans' personal information with each other or the government.
The "Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom" star can now add magazine cover model to his resumé.
NOT SAFE FOR WORK: The "Wild Things" star is jokingly urging the men of Hollywood to demand fair treatment in films and fight for the right to get naked.