A 38-year-old man from Olive Branch is dead this morning after a crash on IL 127.
Governor Bruce Rauner has issued a harvest emergency in Illinois.
57-year-old Charles Edward Gordon is charged with possession of photographs containing children under the age of 13.
An investigation is underway after one person was killed and another seriously injured in a crash.
The Olmsted, Illinois Locks and Dam is now up and running.
A new report shows that enrollment has dropped again at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
14-year-old Michael Bradley was found.
Police arrested a dozen participants of an anti-violence protest on Labor Day that tried and ultimately failed to shut down an expressway that leads to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
More than two dozen libraries across Illinois will receive grants to teach middle and high school students how to use the latest technology — including seven libraries in the Local 6 area.
The suspects were described as two men in their early 20's.
The federal courthouse in Springfield, Illinois is getting a $2.6 million face-lift.
Police say one person was shot and has been taken to the hospital.
Former President Barack Obama will speak at the University of Illinois, where he'll also receive an award for ethics in government.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has granted eight requests for clemency and denied 85 other petitions.
Williamson County deputies are looking for a runaway teen.
One woman reported that he blocked her from moving and touched her toes.
According to a post on the Hardin County Sheriff's Department Facebook page, the plan is to reopen the work camp as a new detention center.
Authorities say at least eight people were injured after an explosion caused a section of roof to collapse at a Chicago water reclamation plant.
After nearly 30 years of planning and construction, the Olmsted Locks and Dam is almost complete.
A 911 telecommunicator was able to give CPR instructions over the phone which helped saved the toddler's life.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a law allowing medical marijuana to be used as a painkiller instead of highly addictive opioids.
A bill that would increase public school teachers salaries is dead.
Illinois State Police say a semi and a motorcycle hit head on.