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If the Senate doesn't act, the laws authorizing the programs will expire June 1, and officials say they will lose valuable surveillance tools.
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The success piles pressure on Damascus and Baghdad and throws doubt on a U.S. strategy of relying almost exclusively on air strikes to support the fight against ISIS.
Oil spilled from a pipeline rupture has closed two state beaches and fouled offshore waters near Santa Barbara.
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State Representative Tim Butler got some political campaign cash from Governor Bruce Rauner.
Dispensaries could begin selling the product later this year. The legislation extends the program to four years after that date.
The Illinois Senate has approved legislation that would treat possession of small amounts of marijuana like a speeding ticket rather than a crime
Taylor Swift's new star-studded video has shattered viewing records.
Illinois' unemployment rate held steady over the last month.
58 cents per gallon is paid in gasoline tax in Illinois
School officials say next year's statewide student assessment exam will have a shorter, simpler format to improve the testing process for students and educators.
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After Val Starks found her 13-year-old daughter's secret profile - posing in her bra and claiming to be 19 - she set the record straight and the video has gone viral.
A measure that would allow hunting bobcats in Illinois has won Senate approval.
For the first time in four years, Scrabble has added new words to its dictionary - thousands of them.
Patrick Carlson, George Daglas, and Ashvin Lad want the state to provide back pay and clear their personnel records.
He notes the May 31 deadline for the Legislature to pass a new state budget and adjourn its spring session is fast approaching.