Top Aide Campaigned During Legionnaires’ Crisis
Records show that a top aide at the Illinois Department of Public Health took a leave of absence to work on political campaigns in the fall of 2016
Kansas, Villanova advance to Final Four
It will be Kansas taking on Villanova in the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament at San Antonio this Saturday.
Hancock County State’s Attorney Dies of Heart Attack
Authorities in western Illinois say preliminary reports show the Hancock County State's Attorney has died after suffering a heart attack.
Syracuse stifle Spartans to reach Sweet 16
The Syracuse Orange were the last team selected to the NCAA Tournament and had to take on Arizona State in a First Four game just to make the field of 64.
NCAA Men’s Tournament: Another Upset for Loyola-Chicago
Clayton Custer’s jumper glanced off the front of the rim, floated up high to kiss the backboard and then seemed to hang in the air forever.
Underdog UMBC Rides Wave of Magical Season to Historic Upset
So how do you top winning your conference tournament on a buzzer-beater 3-pointer? Well, knocking off the No. 1 team in the country by 20 points in the first round of the NCAA Tournament should do it.
Buffalo stuns Arizona; Loyola-Chicago ousts Miami
Buffalo and Loyola of Chicago authored the biggest stunners during the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Bills Proposed to Prevent Future Legionnaire’s Outbreaks
Illinois senators are proposing three new bills to prevent future Legionnaires' disease outbreaks at the Illinois Veterans' Home in Quincy, which has had 13 deaths since 2015.
Quincy Applies for Grant for Bay Habitat Restoration
Quincy is asking for a $20 million federal grant to restore its natural fish habitats.
Jury Acquits Man in 2015 Crash Death of Missouri Trooper
A central Missouri man has been acquitted of causing the death of a Missouri state trooper in 2015.