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Round 2 in the legal battle over Obamacare hits the Supreme Court's intellectual boxing ring Wednesday.In one corner is the Obama administration, backed...
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The University of Illinois Springfield will have a different look on the sidelines. The school's athletic department has announced it will retire...
A recently released audit of the Illinois Department of Health Care and Family Services showed repeated problems from the previous administration....
A disease responsible for the deaths of millions of bats has spread in Illinois. The white-nose syndrome gets its name from a fungus that grows on...
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