ST. LOUIS (AP) — A key St. Louis bridge across the Mississippi River is scheduled to reopen next month after being closed for upgrades since the summer.
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CHICAGO (AP) — Hundreds of Chicago teachers and their supporters held a rally as the fight continues between the teachers union and the school district for a new contract.
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago police are urging holiday shoppers to be extra cautious to avoid criminals.
COLLINSVILLE, Ill. (AP) — Officials in a southwest Illinois community have decided to allow up to 75 residents to keep chickens within city limits.
TOLONO — Unity football coach Scott Hamilton knows he has plenty to worry about in Kankakee McNamara running back Jonathan Ward.
The Central Michigan commit, who coach Richard Zinanni said is still being pursued by bigger schools, torched Immaculate Conception for 196 yards and four touchdowns Saturday in a 42-14 win in the Class 3A state quarterfinals.
ARCOLA — The day after his team advanced to the Class 1A state finals, Arcola football coach Zach Zehr woke up early and drove northwest.
First, he stopped in Bloomington, where he picked up former Deer Creek-Mackinaw coach Jim McDonald, his high school coach. Then, he dropped off his children at his parents’ house in Mackinaw.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin-Madison police report more than 100 fans were ejected from Saturday's Big Ten football game against Northwestern at Camp Randall Stadium.
CHICAGO (AP) — Spokespeople for Michael Jordan and a supermarket chain say there's a settlement regarding the alleged misuse of the basketball star's name.