School says some new members suffered "welts and bruising."
Critics of Missouri's municipal courts need look no further than across the river for another way.
Lessons learned about humans living with machines.
Voters need to use care when assigning blame for the state's financial mess.
As the world teems with billions of images, shutterbug ponders preservation of the dear ones.
Genial moderate valued compromise, accomplishment and getting along.
Then-Illinois State Treasurer Alan J. Dixon waves as he boards his plane at Chicago's Meigs Field after a press conference to announce his candidacy of the Democratic nomination for governor of Illinois on October 6, 1975. AP Wire Photo
Over almost 36 years, the law has not been able to close the book on Gregory Bowman.
Chloe Stirling, 12, passes around a sampling of her cupcakes to some of the elected officials gathered at her family's kitchen in Troy, Ill., to sign a new bill that will allow the use of non-certified kitchen equipment in the home preparation of baked goods on Tuesday, June 10, 2014. They i…
After Tuesday, 12-year-old Chloe Stirling can get back to baking.
It's easier to do difficult things if an election is not always looming.
Do we really benefit from TV commercials listing scary side effects of the medications they're trying to sell?
How does $100,000 for a traffic stop compare to $200,000 for sexual harassment and $7.5 million for job retaliation?
The content is almost infinite but the accuracy isn't always dependable.
Gallup survey puts Illinois at the top of states whose residents would go someplace else if they could.
Collinsville principal Eric Flohr congratulates senior Arturo Garcia on his academic scholarship to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign at the first-ever "Academic Signing Day" at Collinsville High School on Monday, April 28, 2014. Photo by Laurie Skrivan, email@example.com
State's capital punishment shifted from hanging to electrocution to lethal injection to a belief it's best not to do it at all.
Detectives say Tommy Lynn Sells provided unique details in confessing the murder of a couple and their two children in Ina, Ill., in 1987.
Proposed tax would raise $1 billion from annual incomes over $1 million.
Stricken statute was insanely broad and helped hide public corruption.