New Illinois Law Will Let Adults Earn High School DiplomasRauner's office says diplomas are more advantageous than GED certificates because they give adults "better skills for postsecondary education and the workplace.''
Small Earthquake Reported In Illinois, Felt In 3 StatesThe USGS says the preliminary 3.8-magnitude earthquake occurred at 6:47 a.m. Central Time on Tuesday about 7 .5 miles northeast of the city of Albion.
2 Schools' Worth of Students Under 1 Roof in SwanseaClasses have resumed at Wolf Branch Elementary, now playing host to students from sinking middle school.
Illinois Legislators Fed Up with Political GridlockIllinois residents aren't the only ones throwing up their hands at the gridlock and increasingly polarized politics
Ill A.G. Not Seeking Re-ElectionIn the statement she says it's time to seek a ``new challenge.''
Ameren Doubles Number of Workers to FloridaAmeren is doubling the number of employees and contractors it's sending to help get the power back on in Florida.
Mine Subsidence Leads to Closure of Swansea Middle SchoolStarting next week, more than 400 students will move down the street to Wolf Branch Elementary.
Alton Monument Skirts Controversy -- So FarObelisk marks final resting place for hundreds of Confederate soldiers.
Ameren To Try Again For Missouri Approval Of New Power LineAmeren will again apply to build part of a 480-mile power line that passes through the state's northeast corner.
Lincoln County Man Allegedly Spanks Child Until She VomitsThe Lincoln County Sheriff's Office charged Andrew Sumner with felony abuse or neglect of a child.
Illinois See Fewer Cases of West Nile, Caution Still AdvisedFewer pools of mosquitoes and fewer dead birds across Illinois are testing positive for the virus this year compared to last year.
ACKERMAN: St. Louis Is Still A Football TownFootball still brings generations together, even in the post-NFL city of St. Louis.