Illinois lawmakers did away with a requirement in 2019 that could have a big impact.
On last week’s episode, we looked back at some of the stories we covered in.
Former Illinois congressman Paul Findley passed away this month. He was 98. Findley served 22.
As Illinois has lost more students to colleges elsewhere, certain schools have benefitted more from.
This week, we learn how thousands are kept in Illinois jails awaiting trial simply because.
The wet spring in Illinois is reflected in the latest crop numbers that show Illinois’s.
This Saturday, July 20, marks the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Thousands of individuals.
Can the racial divide be overcome through a basketball tournament? Al Klunick tells us he.
DNA testing in criminal cases goes to the Illinois State Police crime lab. And in.
Officials with Western Illinois University will be looking for a new president after Jack Thomas.