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  A liberal group upset over potential cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security has delivered pledges to President Barack Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters threatening to pull their support.

Liberal group threatens to pull Obama support

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:47 PM

  CHAMPAIGN — The head of the University of Illinois' Urbana-Champaign campus says school trustees will vote next week on whether to close the school's aviation program.

Future of U. of Ill. aviation program up in the air

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:47 PM

  DECATUR — Something came between a central Illinois couple as they waited to marry — a court order forbidding the groom from contact with the bride.

Illinois courthouse wedding leads to arrest

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:47 PM

  Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he's going to lay off up to 625 city workers, a move he says will save $10 million to $12 million for the rest of this year.

Emanuel announces up to 625 layoffs

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:47 PM

  SPRINGFIELD — About 20 percent of seniors and people with disabilities who get state-sponsored prescription drug coverage will lose it because of cuts in the Illinois state budget.

Ill. budget cuts reduce seniors' drug benefits

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:47 PM

  Mount Prospect police cited three adults for selling or providing alcohol to minors, along with a teenager for receiving it, during compliance checks Thursday at eight local businesses that hold village liquor licenses.

Mount Prospect cites four liquor sting

Updated: 7/15/2011 03:33 PM

  A Round Lake Beach man pleaded not guilty Friday to charges stemming from a drive-by shooting that wounded one man.

Round Lake Beach man denies drive-by shooting charges

Updated: 7/15/2011 02:43 PM

  The United States and other nations on Friday formally recognized Libya's main opposition group as the country's legitimate government until a new interim authority is formed.

U.S. formally recognizes Libya rebels

Updated: 7/15/2011 01:44 PM

  The pilots on NASA's last space shuttle flight fixed another one of their main computers Friday after it failed and set off an alarm that shattered their sleep.

Astronauts fix second failed computer on shuttle

Updated: 7/15/2011 01:43 PM

  After 105 years, the three masts of the Queen of the Lakes still stand erect - all the more remarkable because the 19th-century Canadian schooner has sat in the dark depths of Lake Ontario since it wrecked in 1906.

Wreck of Canadian schooner found in Lake Ontario

Updated: 7/15/2011 01:43 PM

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