Illinois Senate Overrides Governor's School Funding VetoNext up will be a House vote, likely on Wednesday
Remembering Metro-East Marines Killed in 1967Three friends from Wood River now have road signs, 50 years after their deaths in Vietnam
Alton Named "Gateway City" for Abraham Lincoln TourismBoosters of Abraham Lincoln-related tourism have designated Alton as a "Gateway Community."
Illinois Medical Marijuana Users Deal with Gray AreaAn employee can take medicine to relive pain, or stay focused on the job, but can Illinois residents be high on medical marijuana at work?
"Tax by the Mile" Alternative Passes Illinois LegislatureRemember the Illinois proposal to "tax by the mile"? The visceral backlash may have helped spark a more reasonable alternative.
Illinois Lawmakers Approve Higher-Ed FundsMetro East lawmakers applaud the effort to keep colleges and universities running amidst budget stalemate.
Haine: Don't Tax by the Mile, Stop Taking Money from the Road FundHaine says he never would have supported such a plan because in his district, as in many rural areas, people drive longer distances to go to work.
State Senator: More Can Be Done to Prevent Violent Crimes by Mentally IllA state senator from the Metro-East thinks more can be done to keep the mentally ill from committing violent crimes with guns and other weapons.
Fred Winters Park Dedicated Late Maryville, Ill. pastor's wife speaks at ceremony
Illinois Legislature Sends Medical Marijuana Bill to Gov. QuinnThe 35-21 Senate vote was much less narrow than a 61-57 vote in the Illinois House last month.
Quinn Toughens Illinois Terror SentencesThe sponsor, Senator Bill Haine of Alton, says he was inspired by the case of an Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville student.
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