HARVEY, Ill. (AP) — Officials in a Chicago suburb say two police officers have been wounded by gunfire after responding to a call of a burglary in progress.
SPRINGFIELD — Patients and caregivers looking to enroll in the state’s medical marijuana pilot program can begin applying for a license Sept. 2.
Tom Bennett is getting all the publicity in the 106th Illinois House District race, given his appointment last week by Republican officials to take the place of retiring state Rep. Josh Harms, R-Watseka, on the November ballot.
But Bill Nutter is in the race too, although he’s been pretty quiet.
CHAMPAIGN — The University of Illinois flash index rose from 106 in June to 106.2 in July, indicating continued growth in the Illinois economy.
"It appears that the national and Illinois economy have rebounded after the severe winter," said J. Fred Giertz, who compiles the index for the UI's Institute of Government and Public Affairs.
The UDSA's Doug Hartwig has a look at the week that was in Illinois agriculture.
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CHICAGO — College affordability, diversity and inclusion. The university's role in economic development. Thinking globally. Helping the state of Illinois address workforce challenges. Collaborating among campuses and other institutions to address educational issues such as the achievement gap.
And that's just part of the list.
The murder trial that wrapped up in Peoria County on Monday had it all.
A live husband, a dead wife and an alleged 21-year-old mistress from Lithuania whom the missionary couple had sponsored to come to the United States and attend college.
A vacation trip to visit relatives on the East Coast turned deadly for an Urbana family involved in a multicar pileup Monday on Interstate 55 south of Joliet.
Regrets — he's had a few. But, then again, too few to mention.
Well, except for that one.
"I regretted killing that Greek fella," former Gov. George Ryan said in a recent interview.
The 80-year-old convicted felon was referring to mass murderer Andrew Kokoraleis.