"A deadline set by the Ukrainian government for pro-Russian gunmen to leave government buildings in eastern Ukraine and surrender weapons passed early Monday," The Associated Press writes, "with no immediate sign of any action to force the insurgents out."
Federal rules ensure that none of the millions of people who signed up for Obamacare can be denied insurance — but there is no guarantee that all health services will be covered.
Illinois gas station owners are speaking out against proposals for a fuel tax hike being floated in Springfield this year.
Numerous sources, including the BBC and Inside The Games.biz, report University of Illinois graduate Tatyana McFadden has defended her women's wheelchair crown in the London Marathon.
Weeks after finishing his sophomore season at the University of Massachusetts, Derrick Gordon became the first openly gay player in Division 1 men's college basketball.
Rich and Holly Brandt are a married couple in the Champaign County town of St. Joseph. Both were diagnosed with a mental illness. They dedicate their lives to raising awareness, and they refuse to give in to stigma or labels.
John Coleman, the onetime Champaign TV weather forecaster who went on to found the Weather Channel is retiring at age 79.
Health Secrerary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after a five-year term that will no doubt be remembered for the calamitous implementation of President Obama's signature legislation, the Affordable Care Act.
Under the Illinois Constitution, it’s the four state legislative leaders who choose members of the commission that draws state legislative district boundaries every ten years. But a reform group wants voters to approve a new process they say is less politicized.
The Alma Mater sculpture is back on its base at Wright and Green streets on the the University of Illinois campus, after an 18-month renovation. The return of what many graduates view as a campus icon got us thinking… what objects at other schools in the region are held in similar regard?