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Today's game against the Chicago White Sox will be a first for the MLB: it will be played in a closed stadium.
Toya Graham, who was captured on video smacking her teenage son for participating in the Baltimore riots, says she was "shocked" to see her son in the crowd.
Demand for more natural products is on the rise amid concerns that widespread antibiotic use can lead to drug-resistant germs.
Thousands of police in riot gear and National Guard troops dispersed protesters with pepper spray a day after the city was shaken by fires and violence.
Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.
A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable moments.
There was more discussion about City Water Light and Power's request to rebate money paid in lieu of taxes so that a second technical default on its bonds.
Governor Bruce Rauner is again discussing his co-called Turnaround Agenda.
The head of Illinois' child welfare agency says he's headed to Washington D.C. to investigate more potential federal funding sources.
"Zelda," "Pong," and "Super Mario Bros." are also in the running to be inducted as part of the inaugural Hall of Fame class.
A call of shots fired in Springfield last night has led to two juveniles being arrested on weapons charges.
Cold, wet weather is holding down the planting so far in Illinois.
For this state treasurer, it's about connecting Illinoisans with education.
A national group representing university professors says a professor offered a job at the University of Illinois should get that job.