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  The nation's largest doctors' group has adopted policy supporting national legislation to ban synthetic recreational drugs known as "bath salts."

AMA supports ban on drugs known as 'bath salts'

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:39 PM

  Illinois families can get their money back, but nothing more, after a glitch in a special promotion for the Bright Start college savings program.

Families get refund after college savings glitch

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:31 PM

  Chicago officials who studied the city's response to February's massive blizzard say a plan should be put in place to make it clearer when Lake Shore Drive should be shut down.

City suggests changes in response to blizzard

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:29 PM

  In Illinois lawmakers' spring session, barely a mention was made of the government reform initiatives stemming from former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's corruption scandal.

Post-Blagojevich scandal reforms a mixed bag

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:52 PM

  Coming to a store near you: nine more reasons not to smoke.

FDA to issue new graphic cigarette warning labels

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:07 PM

  The top Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee is pushing a bill to help the military deal with its energy needs — and he's doing it on behalf of injured Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

Lawmaker to push energy bill on behalf of Giffords

Updated: 6/20/2011 02:07 PM

  An Army specialist from Beloit who was motivated to join the military by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has been killed while serving in Afghanistan, his father said Monday.

Family: Beloit soldier killed in Afghanistan

Updated: 6/20/2011 01:20 PM

  A southwestern Illinois man pleaded guilty Monday to killing a woman during an argument, dismembering her body and leaving her remains behind a shopping center in East Alton.

Guilty plea in southwestern Illinois woman's death

Updated: 6/20/2011 01:14 PM

  U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk said Monday he will propose legislation that encourages privatization to create more money for transportation projects nationwide, while his Democratic counterpart in Illinois, Sen. Dick Durbin, wants legislation to keep a closer...

Sen. Kirk proposing plan to up private funding

Updated: 6/20/2011 04:00 PM

  President Barack Obama's Council of Economic Advisers says foreign investment in the United States has increased by 49 percent from last year, but still not enough to rise to the 2008 level.

WH: Foreign investment in US up 49 percent in 2010

Updated: 6/20/2011 11:40 AM

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