More than 10,000 Illinois residents who bought insurance through President Barack Obama's health care law could have their coverage canceled if they don't send citizenship and immigration documents to confirm their eligibility by Sept. 5.
Ebola has claimed the life of another health worker in Africa -- a leading doctor in the fight against the disease in Sierra Leone.
St. Louis Public Radio's Rachel Lippman talks about the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the protests and rioting that have followed.
Illinois Democrats are working to promote party unity in the final months of the 2014 campaign despite having some visible divisions.
A St. Louis County police officer reportedly shot an armed man in Ferguson, Mo., after police responded to reports of shots being fired early Wednesday.
Gov. Pat Quinn wants the Illinois State Museum Building in Springfield to be named after the late former U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon, who passed away last month.
Professional basketball is coming to Danville. The Danville Riverhawks announced their plans in June. And the franchise recently said former Continental Basketball League player and Danville native Kristopher Bell will be this team’s first coach.
Actress Lauren Bacall, who paired with spouse Humphrey Bogart in films including The Big Sleep and Key Largo, has died at the age of 89, according to her family's estate.
The Champaign Unit Four School District is asking voters to approve a bond referendum this November, for a major makeover of their high schools, Centennial and Central.
Citing safety concerns, police in Ferguson, Missouri, where an unarmed black teen died, say they won't release the name of the officer who fired the shots.