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Illinois man held in probe of shooting that injured 2 cops

Indiana authorities are holding an Illinois man as they investigate a weekend shooting that wounded two off-duty police officers

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Chicago police officer fired for lying about arrest

A Chicago police officer who was cleared in a 2013 fatal shooting of a teenager has been fired after a video revealed he'd lied about what happened when he arrested a man in another incident

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Dean accused of harassment resurfaces at 2 other schools

Records show a University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point official who handled sexual misconduct complaints and resigned when he was accused of sexually harassing a woman on campus in 2015, went on to hold similar positions at other universities

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List of top baby names in Illinois includes Noah, Olivia

The Social Security Administration released Illinois' top five boys and girls names for 2017.

Illinois governor gets hearing on reinstating death penalty
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Illinois governor gets hearing on reinstating death penalty

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's revamped effort to control gun violence, including reinstating capital punishment, will get an airing by House Democrats Monday

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Rauners moving back to Illinois governor's mansion

Gov. Bruce Rauner and his wife, Diana, say they're moving back into the Illinois Governor's Mansion as renovations wrap up on the historic home

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Bridge replacement to close rural route near Peoria

An often traveled rural road near Peoria will be closed for a summer-long bridge replacement project

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CTA getting new high-definition cameras for downtown stops

Smile, you're on Candid Camera, Chicago Transit Authority-style

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Police suspect driver who killed pedestrian was drunk

A woman crossing a Chicago street was struck and killed by a car driven by a person police believe was under the influence of alcohol

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Wildlife Prairie Park to add 14 new cabins

Park officials in central Illinois will soon begin construction on new cabins that are part of a $2.4 million capital campaign