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After a tentative deal between Iran and the six powers was reached, different interpretations have emerged over what was agreed to.
Firefighters took more than two hours to rescue a duck stuck in Louisiana fireplace.
First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day reminds us to go green and love our planet.
A look back at the Hollywood headlines from days gone by.
The Springfield City Council will discuss the future of City Water Light and Power next week.
If the Springfield Public School teachers have to adhere to their dress code, so does the board.
Springfield Fire Chief Ken Fustin says he will step down June First.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" star is film bosses' first choice to play the beloved blonde doll in a new live action movie.
"The governor's lack of a position, or his indifference, about getting greater equity in the state when it comes to school funding - that's obviously hurting our cause," Manar said.
Illinois transportation officials are going to visit multiple communities in coming weeks to talk about the condition of the state's roads.
Google's growing investment in lobbying highlights its expanding presence as it fights antitrust battles and grows its business into new areas such as broadband and self-driving cars.
A special Illinois House budget panel asked for the governor's definition of "non-essential spending."
City Water Light and Power didn't meet its required debt coverage ratio for the last fiscal year.
Former Springfield Mayoral Candidate Paul Palazzolo could have a new job in county government.
Jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will decide what his punishment should be: life in prison or the death penalty.
If the country star ever decides to take a break from NBC's "The Voice," he already has a replacement in mind.
Sotheby's will auction the stunning stone on Tuesday in NYC.
Starting in January, Kraft says its mac and cheese will be colored with paprika, annatto and turmeric.