Ex-Illinois Guardsman Pleads Guilty in Islamic State PlotHasan Edmonds, 23, of Aurora, Illinois, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization and one count of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Former Adams County Prosecutor Indicted For Wife's Murder Ex Adams County assistant state's attorney Curtis Lovelace charged in 2006 death.
Scott Air Force Base, Ft. Leonard Wood Spared in Defense Spending BillSupporters of Scott Air Force Base in the Metro East and Fort Leonard Wood in Central Missouri are closer to breathing a sigh of relief.
Rep. Enyart Defends Vote on Furloughed ChaplainsBelleville Democrat Bill Enyart was the lone "no'' vote of 401 that were cast in the House on the weekend resolution relating to military chaplains who've been furloughed.
Illinois Guard Units Set to Deploy to Afghanistan Discuss SyriaA small contingent of Illinois National Guard soldiers from across the state was given an official send-off at the Bloomington armory for a mission to Afghanistan.
Ill. Rep Requests National Guard Help Stop Chicago ViolenceOver the holiday weekend, 74 people were shot and 12 killed in Chicago, and Rep. Davis says the police don’t have the manpower to make arrests.
Illinois National Guard Furloughs to Affect 1,3001,300 of its civilian employees will be taking 14 days of furloughs through the end of this fiscal year.
Illinois National Guard Troops Returning from AfghanistanAbout 20 Illinois Army National Guard soldiers who've spent much of this year in Afghanistan embedded with Polish troops are expected to return home this week.
Military Man Running For Congress In Metro-East? Illinois National Guard adjutant general William Enyart says maybe.
Help for Returning Illinois VetsVeterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, and were honorably discharged, can take the state police test without having to have 60 hours of college credit.
Back From IraqWelcome Home ceremonies held Friday in East St. Louis and other towns for members of the Illinois Army National Guard
Ill. National Guard Troops Head to New YorkSoldiers preparing for Hurricane Irene relief duties.