Rauner Pardons Man Found Innocent of 1999 AttackRauner on Wednesday pardoned Robert Wilson. The 60-year-old Wilson was convicted in December 1999 for using a box cutter to slash the face and neck of a woman at a Chicago bus stop.
Illinois Treasurer To Auction Off Vintage Baseball Cards, Gold BarThe five-day online auction begins Monday.
World's Largest Catsup Bottle Will Remain As-Is In Collinsville"This is an icon of Collinsville," he says. "It's a part of this building and the Brooks' heritage, and we're just happy to be here with it right now."
Durbin Wants Rauner to Meet The RefugeesRauner was among many governors to say their states would suspend efforts on resettling refugees from Syria.
Mascoutah Police Look for ShooterPolice say it appears the victim was shot inside the house during a possible burglary.
Armed Robbery at Collinsville Moto MartAn undetermined amount of cash was taken and evidence was collected at the scene.
More Parolees Released in Ill. with Far Less Funding for ProgramsThe number of Illinois inmates released on parole has increased as lawmakers look to reduce the prison population, but funding to help those parolees stay out of trouble has dropped dramatically during the state's budget crisis.
Well-Being Index Releases National Heart Attack StatisticsThe states with the highest heart attack incidence are West Virginia, South Dakota and Kentucky.
Allegiant Air Adding Flights to Fort Meyers from MidAmerica AirportThe airport director also has his eyes on the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency headquarters going near Scott Air Force Base.
Madison County Man Shoots Home IntruderSuspect hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
Season's 1st Wintry Storm Could Bring 10 Inches to IllinoisThe National Weather Service says a mix of rain and snow Friday evening will turn to snow on Saturday. Snowfall totals will be as high as 8 to 10 inches across north-central Illinois.
Gas Prices Plummet in St. Louis, IllinoisAn analyst with GasBuddy knows what is causing the low prices.