Massive, federally-funded program lets landlords apply until June 7.
The man is charged with two counts of aggravated battery of a child younger than 1.
Gerald I. Foutch, 63, died after being struck early Friday near Water and North Main streets in Dupo.
St. Louis County’s population was 274,200 people when the war began. By 1960, it would top 700,000 and keep climbing.
Illinois will get closer to normalcy Friday with eased capacity and gathering limits.
Gary Hunsche admitted withholding taxes from temporary employees but failing to send that money to the IRS.
A man was killed in O'Fallon, Illinois, following an altercation, police said.
Tykeisha Marie Dixon, 33, was shot and killed in Atlanta two days before her body was found in Metro East, police say.
Two people are accused in the May 2 killing, including a teen charged with murder.
Terrill E. Vance, 46, was found fatally shot May 9 in the parking lot of a Sauget gas station.
Figures released Tuesday by the American Gaming Association show the nation's commercial casinos took in over $11.1 billion in the first quart…
Corporate America’s white-dominated leadership has been under a spotlight for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement while listing few lea…
U.S. Army Cpl. Asa E. Vance was returned to his family more than 70 years after leaving Decatur, Illinois, to fight on the Korean peninsula.
Candace Wanzo, 58, of Centralia, was sentenced last week in federal court in Springfield to 18 months on two counts of theft and one count of fraud.
Linda Ferber defrauded more than 10 victims with false claims about fundraising for charities to help girls who were abused and became pregnant.
Police are searching for the husband of Tykeisha Marie Dixon, who was also reported missing before her body was found Saturday.
Major Case Squad activated and public’s help is sought in the investigation.
The legislation signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker on March 23 prohibits loans with an annual percentage rate of more than 36%.
Man accused of using butcher knife to stab roommate during argument.
Addressing the city's failing sewer and drainage system will be one of the municipality's first priorities, the mayor says.
Pritzker said the state could begin to ease restrictions on May 14, and resume normal business operations by June 11.
Illinois is one of 19 states where gas emissions led to more deaths than coal that year, according to the study, published Wednesday in the jo…