Judge Orders Ill. to Expand Medical Marijuana ConditionsThe order seeks to overturn a decision by the Illinois Department of Public Health rejecting pain that's resistant to treatment as a qualifier
Ill. Lieutenant Governor Launches Advanced Placement Access ProgramIllinois Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti is launching a pilot program to give high school students in rural areas more access to Advanced Placement courses.
Reports: St. Louis-Based Agent Allegedly Filmed Players Showering In His HomeThe agent has been fired by his agency for allegedly recording players showering with a hidden camera.
Illinois Lawmakers to Query Rauner Cabinet on Legionnaires'
Metro East Gubernatorial Candidate Wants Progressive Income TaxDemocrat Bob Daiber, currently Madison County's Regional Superintendent of Schools, claims Illinois' tax system is fifth most regressive in the nation.
2018 Cardinals Caravan Headed To 20 Cities In One WeekendThe annual Cardinals Caravan is bringing current players, top prospects and former Cardinals to fans in Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky and Indiana.
Moving Study: People Continuing to Move WestIllinois had the highest percent of outbound moves, followed by New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Kansas.
Friends and Family Honor Deceased Illinois JudgeAttendees at a funeral service for a central Illinois appellate judge who died unexpectedly, weeks into his new job, praised him for his kindness and intelligence.
Illinois Unemployment Drops in 2017The unemployment rate dropped across all of Illinois' metro areas for the sixth month in a row.
Activists to Copy Illinois 'Gay Panic Defense' Ban ElsewhereStarting in January, Illinois will bar a rare criminal defense allowing the use of a victim's sexual orientation as justification for violent crime, a ban gay rights advocates say they will attempt to replicate in about half a dozen states next year.
Illinois Law Will Allow Teenagers to be Organ DonorsLowering the age from 18 will let thousands of teens join the already large organ and tissue donation registry.
Colder than Average Winter Expected in IllinoisJanuary temperatures across Illinois are expected to be colder than normal, with equal chances for above and below average precipitation.

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