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Two players were arrested on trespassing and other charges, in separate incidents.
Patronage happens regardless of who's in charge, Vallas suggests
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Vallas backed charter schools but says he's different from Rauner
Peyton Manning joined an exclusive two-man club on Sunday when he threw the 500th touchdown pass of his career.
Both teams completed sweeps on Sunday, to set up an intriguing best-of-seven clash with a trip to the World Series at stake.
The thriller starring Ben Affleck won a tight weekend race at U.S. box office.
The parents of a U.S. aid worker held hostage by militants released a letter he wrote from captivity in which he says he is scared to die.
The fifth American to contract Ebola arrived in the U.S. for treatment, as the first patient diagnosed on U.S. soil fought for his life at a Dallas hospital.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.
Lt. Governor nominee says Bruce Rauner's claims of government being run as a business won't work.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says to beware of the latest phone scam.
A University of Illinois professor awarded the highest honor in science and technology.
Snow has already fallen in the Northern part of the state.
Libby's says Illinois' cool weather this year was good for the pumpkin crop.
Judge Thomas Schanzle-Haskins said the contents can be liquidated in Texas and do not have to be shipped to Illinois.
Authorities locked down the building for a couple of hours on Friday while teams tested the package.
School director Jim Thorne said the instructor, a retired FBI agent he didn't identify, wasn't authorized to have the gun.
A retired historian will donate original notes he took about a photograph of a dead Abraham Lincoln that nobody knew existed until he discovered it.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.