School Dorm Director Teaches Dog To Bark In WhisperA resident director who lives in a dorm at a college in southern Illinois has taught his dog to bark in a whisper.
Website In Illinois Kidnap Case Still Advises On AbductionsAuthorities say a suspect in the kidnapping of a Chinese scholar visited a popular sexual fetish site on his phone in April. One thread on the forum was entitled "planning a kidnapping."
Train Derailment Spills 45,000 Gallons Of Crude OilA train derailment in Illinois spilled tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil Friday evening.
Body Of Man Accused Of Skipping Meal Tab Found In RiverA man who jumped into the Fox River after allegedly skipping out on a restaurant tab in a northwest Illinois suburb has been found dead.
Fan Gets Permanent Tattoo After Crosby Autographs Her ArmA Penguins fan hit the jackpot after Game 1 when she got Sidney Crosby's autograph, then she decided to get it tattooed on her arm.
16-Year-Old Girl Charged With Fatally Stabbing Uber DriverAuthorities say a 16-year-old girl has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder and accused of stabbing her Uber driver to death in suburban Chicago.
Penn State Makes Easy Work Of Illinois 83-70Payton Banks tied his career-high with 24 points, Lamar Stevens added 21 and Penn State beat Illinois 83-70 on Saturday.
Banks, Garner Lead Penn State Over Illinois 71-67Shep Garner scored 18 points, Payton Banks added 17 and Penn State beat Illinois 71-67 on Saturday.
Elderly Couple Thankful For Repo Man With A Heart Of GoldAn elderly Illinois couple is sending thanks today after the repo man who took their car had a change of heart and helped them pay it off.
Police: 5 Shot, 1 Dead, After Fight At Illinois Campus PartyOne man was killed and four other people were wounded in a pair of shootings early Sunday, including one that happened on the University of Illinois campus.
As Late Budgets Go, Illinois Has No EqualIllinois has redefined what it means to have a late budget.
Man Wrongly Convicted In 1957 Illinois Murder To Be ReleasedA 76-year-old man from Washington state who a prosecutor says was wrongly convicted in the abduction and killing of a 7-year-old Illinois schoolgirl in 1957 will be released from prison, a judge ordered Friday.