Tony La Russa is getting a plaque in Cooperstown. The former St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago White Sox manager is one of three elected Monday by the Hall of Fame's expansion era committee.
A second trip to Atlanta worked out much better for the Illini men, who beat Auburn Sunday in a game that wasn't nearly as close as its 81-62 final score.
Here's something you haven't heard in years: The U.S. economy had a great week.
Several state employee unions are expected to file a lawsuit contesting Illinois' new pension measure.
Nelson Mandela was born in a country that viewed him as a second-class citizen. He died Thursday as one of the most respected statesmen in the world.
Classes at Southern Illinois University are canceled because of a storm that's left a slick layer of ice under several inches of snow, with more wintry weather on the way.
With Illinois’ pension overhaul now law, University of Illinois leaders will proceed with options to supplement for a possible loss in retirement funds.
A major overhaul of Illinois’ pension systems is now law.
Douglas Forsman is retiring today as Champaign’s Fire Chief after 17 years of service in Champaign and 50 years total as a firefighter.
A major credit-ratings agency says it sees Illinois lawmakers' passage of pension legislation as a "positive'' development.