Illinois Sees Inconsistent Changes in UnemploymentThe Metro East unemployment rate fell from 6.7 percent in January 2016 to 6.6 percent in January 2017.
Chicago Billboard Campaign Targets Human TraffickingA new advertising campaign aims to reduce human trafficking in Illinois and help victims reach out for help.
Chance the Rapper, Rauner to Talk Chicago School FundingThe Republican governor's official Twitter account responded, saying ``Looking forward to hearing your ideas, too.''
Blues Minor Leaguer KO's Opponent On His Way To The Locker RoomVince Dunn of the Chicago Wolves completes a one-punch knockout after the two had already fought on the ice.
Springfield's Lincoln Museum to Showcase Cards-Cubs Rivalry"Cubs vs. Cardinals: The Rivalry'' opens March 24 & was developed with the help of both teams, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
2 Suspects in St. Louis-Area Smash-and-Grab Plead GuiltyFederal prosecutors say 21-year-old Darius Bowdry and 22-year-old Keyshyala Thomas pleaded guilty Friday to interstate transportation of stolen property.
Blues Recall Wade Megan to Replace StastnyMegan, 26, ranks fourth in the AHL with 45 points, including a league-best 23 goals.
Judge: No Cameras in Court for Chicago-Area Beating CaseJudge says showing the four defendants in jail clothing could taint the pool of potential jurors.
Blues Assign Goaltender Pheonix Copley To ChicagoCopley, 25, made his first career NHL start last Saturday's 5-3 loss in Winnipeg.
Chicago, Carbondale, Springfield Host Women's MarchesSen. Dick Durbin took part in one outside Old Illinois State Capitol
Forceful and Tearful, Obama Says Goodbye in Emotional SpeechObama's valedictory speech in his hometown of Chicago was a public meditation on the trials and triumphs, promises kept and promises broken that made up his eight years in the White House.
Hate-Crime Charges Filed in Attack on Mentally Disabled ManThe assault went on for hours, until Chicago police found the disoriented victim walking along a street, authorities said.