Brothers Welcome Firstborn Children on Same Day
Illinois brothers Jose and Ivan Favela are used to sharing the spotlight.
Judge in Ex-Illinois Congressman's Trial Recuses Herself
A federal judge who was to preside over the corruption trial of former Illinois congressman Aaron Schock has recused herself
Illinois Governor's Office: Senate Plan Won't Erase Deficit
The Illinois Senate's deadlock-busting budget plan would still leave a $4.3 billion deficit, according to a review by Gov. Bruce Rauner's budget office
Illinois Brothers Welcome First-Born Children on Same Day
Illinois brothers Jose and Ivan Favela are used to sharing the spotlight: They announced their engagements on the same day, they married their wives, side by side, in a joint wedding ceremony, and on Sunday, they both welcomed their first-born children, ABC-owned station WLS reported. "He said,
No. 21 Purdue Dominates Illinois 91-68
[Center Isaac Haas had 24 points and six rebounds, and power forward Caleb Swanigan added 22 points and 10 rebounds in No. 21 Purdue's dominating 91-68 victory over Illinois on Tuesday night
Dashcam Video Shows Police Arresting Man for Stealing His Own Car
Lawrence Crosby sued the city of Evanston, Illinois and the four police officers who tackled and arrested him.
Illinois Man Sues Over His July 4 Flag-Burning Arrest
A central Illinois man arrested after posting pictures of himself burning an American flag is suing in federal court to have the state's flag desecration law declared unconstitutional
Madigan Re-Elected Illinois Speaker, Nears US Tenure Record
Michael Madigan has been re-elected to a 17th term leading the Illinois House, putting him on track to soon become the nation's longest-serving statehouse speaker in a century