US Official: Hackers Targeted Election Systems Of 20 StatesTwo of the attempted hacks involved efforts to mine data from the Arizona and Illinois voter registration systems.
Food Allergies: The Deadly Dish Part 5Food allergy advocates have gone from isolation to a broad community seeking more protection.
Early Voting Kicks Off in IllinoisEarly voting locations can be found online at elections.IL.gov.
Marijuana Doctor Subpoenaed in State, Federal InvestigationDr. Bodo Schneider is the medical director of clinics in Marion and Orland Park, a Chicago suburb.
Air Force Base, IL County Agree to New 25-Year DealScott Air Force Base and St. Clair County leaders have agreed to a new 25-year deal for joint use of MidAmerica Airport.
Make Reservations Now to Camp Out, Watch Solar EclipseIllinois Department of Natural Resources spokesman Tim Schweizer says you should probably reserve your spot now.
Hearing to Discuss Preparations for Zika in IllinoisThe Illinois Senate Public Health Committee will hold a hearing about Zika on Tuesday in Chicago.
Study: Illinois Video Gaming Has Generated About $785MThe Southern Illinoisan reports that the number of establishments in Illinois that allow the machines has grown as well with 5,600 businesses having machines.
Shiloh Man Charged for Robbing Gas Station, TwiceA federal jury in Benton, Illinois handed down a guilty verdict against 21-year-old Michael Jackson III of Shiloh.
Illinois Hunters Asked to Report Suspected Deer Virus CasesThere have been 53 suspected cases of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease this year.
St. Clair Square Mall Bomb Scare: Empty LuggagePolice said the suspicious item, which turned out to be an empty suitcase, was discovered at 4:17 p.m. in the west Macy's parking lot.
Illinois Begins Planning for Bicentennial CelebrationGov. Bruce Rauner has signed an executive order that creates an Illinois Bicentennial Commission to start planning festivities for 2018.