The U.S. Supreme Court has once again rejected an appeal by former governor Rod Blagojevich in his latest attempt to have his corruption conviction overturned or his sentence reduced.
The recent federal spending bill includes substantial increases in funding for medical research, according to U.S. Senator Dick Durbin. Durbin acknowledges that the increase is part of an overall
The number of cases of severe bleeding linked to synthetic cannabis continues to grow. State health officials have now confirmed 131 cases tied to the drug, which was apparently
The Illinois Proud Penny Drive is officially underway. Students at Butler Elementary School began filling buckets with the pennies they’ve already collected for a countywide drive to raise money
It’s instantly recognizable around the world… and now Chicago’s Wrigley Field has been chosen as the top building in Illinois in the latest round of voting tied to the
State health officials are advising you not to eat store-bought chopped romaine lettuce for now, after the produce was linked to a multi-state E. coli outbreak.
Three people in Pekin have been arrested on charges of distributing synthetic marijuana that has been linked to dozens of cases of severe bleeding, some of them fatal.
A father and son are among 23 people arrested this week in Springfield in a sweep to serve arrest warrants, mostly on drug charges.
Former First Lady Patti Blagojevich is blasting Governor Bruce Rauner’s campaign for making fun of her husband, imprisoned former governor Rod Blagojevich.
Governor Bruce Rauner says he’s making it clear to Congress and President Trump that the U.S. should not enter into a trade war with China.