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University of Illinois alumni owe a debt of gratitude to Rashard Mendenhall. All of us should at least be perceived as more intelligent because of him and our diplomas should be worth more to employers...Because as a representative of Illini
House Speaker Michael Madigan called today for the state to put up $100 million to boost efforts to land the presidential library and museum of President Barack Obama. The speaker joined fellow Democratic Chicago Rep. Monique Davis in introducing
Illinois' economic growth slowed in February and a University of Illinois economist says you can probably blame it on the weather. The university said Monday that its monthly Flash Index dropped in February to 106.8 from 107.2 a month earlier. A
My concern was quickly slapped down by a University spokesperson, who said, in part: The University of Illinois views Dean Azar's service on the Board of Director of Novartis as appropriate, given that the conflict of interest and commitment is well-
Illinois agriculture is an export-dependent industry, and Mexico is one of our best customers, Agriculture Director Bob Flider said...It will start new dialogue on everything from animal genetics and crop science to biofuels and agri-business
The state's already spent $1.5 million more on pothole patching this season compared to 2013. But are pockmarked roads inevitable in the region or can we do better? The answer doesn't lie in a revolutionary new cement or asphalt mix yet, experts say.
I University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in the fall of 2012. It seemed like a good fit because it was close to home and Reibel's club soccer coach had a strong relationship with the UIC coach...I never had a time in my life where I didn't play
Trying to convince voters they can help fix Illinois' deep fiscal woes, most of the Republican candidates for governor look one state to the east and cite as a role model the man George W. Bush nicknamed "The Blade" former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
Both candidates seeking the Republican nomination to be Illinois treasurer say they want to help right the state's financial ship one bringing years of legislative experience to the job, the other promoting his technical expertise as a certified
After what they estimated was a four-minute ceremony, the smiling couple of more than 20 years, from Bloomingdale, reflected on the day's significance. "It's historic," said Gale. "Yesterday morning I had filled out an application to get married in