Offer To Reopen Horseshoe Lake Park ThwartedSouthwestern Electric Co-op turns down local park district's offer to pay power bill owed by state of Illinois
60-Mile Chase Starts With Assault On DNR OfficerMan allegedly backs car door into officer near Litchfield, arrested near Florissant.
Ill. Attorney General Mulls Coal Mining LawsuitLisa Madigan could take DNR to court over delayed rules
Illinois Wants Your Deer's Head This Hunting SeasonThe Illinois Department of Natural Resources is testing for chronic wasting disease.
Bid Denied To Halt Illinois Fracking RulesMadison County Judge Barbara Crowder makes decision on oil & gas drilling
Illinois Department of Natural Resources Issues Long-Awaited Fracking RulesThe long-awaited plan Friday will regulate high-volume oil and gas drilling that supporters hope could bring an economic boost to southern Illinois but environmentalists fear may be too lenient.
Illinois DNR Seeking Maps Of Old Underground MinesThey want to make digital copies before they deteriorate or are destroyed, and believe many are in private hands.
More Bears Migrating to Missouri, IllinoisIt's not unusual to see black bears in the Ozarks south of St. Louis.
Illinois Creates New Rules on Wild Hog HuntingWild hogs have become so much of an issue that the state has come out with new rules about the release, transportation and harvest of the animals.
Ill. Lawmakers Investigate Drop In Deer NumbersLawmaker will decide whether action is needed to increase the deer population.
DNR: Illinois Deer Harvest Down Sharply from Last YearThe Illinois Department of Natural Resources says hunters harvested roughly 74,000 deer during this year's firearm season.
IDNR: 'Fracking' At Least a Year Off in IllinoisIllinois environmental officials say it will be at least a year until the start of hydraulic fracturing in the state. New state regulations for the practice are nearly complete.

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