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Illinois Governor Pat Quinn and state lawmakers are working on a new plan to solve the state's $97 billion pension crisis that involves forming a bipartisan committee and reconvening the Legislature again in July.
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The list of Illinois counties where prosecutors have decided not to prosecute people for carrying concealed weapons is growing.
Two colleges in southern Illinois have announced a cooperative agreement to provide training in the emerging field of high-volume oil and gas drilling
Southeast Missouri State University is canceling some classes today, after yesterday's flash flooding and storms knocked out power to portions of the
A weekend crash just west of the SIU Carbondale campus killed one student and sent five other people to the hospital.
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