The very first time I heard Lzzy Hale’s powerful voice, I was reminded of Joan Jett. How fitting that on their 3rd covers EP, the band handles one of
The Prairie Capital Convention Center is starting the new year with the same old name… for a little while longer.
Attendance is down by about 50-percent at the Illinois State Museum since it reopened last summer after a nine-month shutdown.
A group of people wandering around a business carrying backpacks and duffel bags is going to probably attract some attention… and it led to three arrests in Springfield.
Health care workers who were barred from working because of prior felony convictions will have a chance to resume their career in the New Year.
Things may be slow at your workplace between Christmas and New Year’s… but it’s not for state and local police. They are continuing their expanded patrols and roadside safety
An 88-year-old grandfather was playing the game ‘Speak Out’ with his family on Christmas Day when he had a little denture mishap.
The association representing Illinois hospitals is warning of serious problems ahead for patients and health care providers if Congress starts dismantling the Affordable Care Act without a workable substitute
Here’s more people getting the short end of the stick from the state budget crisis… 14 men who are owed $2.5 million from the state after being wrongfully convicted.
New Law to Grant Middle and High School Students Musicians Excused Absence to Play “Taps” at Military Funerals
Among the new laws taking effect in Illinois on New Year’s Day is one that could be very important for the families of military veterans. Under that new law,