Post-trial hearing for NATO protesters
A post-trial hearing is scheduled for NATO protesters acquitted earlier this month of Illinois terrorism charges.
Search on for new director of Illinois DCFS agency
An official in Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's administration says a national search is underway to find the next head of the Department of Children and Family Services.
GOP candidates ready for next debate in Chicago
The four Republicans vying to be the GOP nominee for governor are getting ready for their next debate.
Illinois bill requires prescription for cold meds
Legislation proposed by a state senator would require anyone with a cold to get a doctor's prescription to buy medicine containing pseudoephedrine.
Union wants investigation into Rauner donations
The AFL-CIO is seeking an "emergency investigation" into gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner's contributions to his own campaign.
Starved Rock an ice-climbing attraction
Year-round tourist attraction Starved Rock State Park does not attract mountaineers every year.
ISP prepares to issue concealed carry permits
Illinois State Police say they're getting ready to issue the state's first concealed carry permits in the coming days.
Some counties to wait on gay marriage licenses
County clerks in some parts of Illinois say they'll wait until June to issue same-sex marriage licenses even after a federal judge ruled gay couples in Cook County can get them immediately.
'Ghostbuster' writer, actor Harold Ramis dies
Comedy actor, director and writer Harold Ramis, best known for his roles in movies such as "Ghostbusters" and "Stripes," died Monday at his suburban Chicago home after a four-year battle with an autoimmune disease, his talent agency said.
Bill would exempt Olympians from paying state tax
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois lawmaker says Olympic athletes who win medals shouldn't have to pay state tax on their awards.
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