Fifteen years after plans for a $60 million National Railroad Hall of Fame visitor attraction off Interstate 74 were first announced, the project is now envisioned as a smaller facility adjacent to the Galesburg Amtrak station with a $7.7 million fundraising goal.
Justices held that John McCavitt’s rights were not violated when an officer looked through computer files and found images of child porn without getting a new warrant.
Will a criminal conviction do to R. Kelly's music what years of ugly allegations couldn't?
The man was arrested on multiple charges.
The Illinois Supreme Court is being asked to consider the laws of the state of California and the U.S. Constitution in ruling on one man’s eligibility to be issued a Firearm Owners Identification card by the Illinois State Police.
An emergency 911 call and then the repeated "pinging" of a cellphone led authorities to make an arrest in the shooting death of a Peoria woman.
Caleb L. Campbell, 22, is charged with first-degree murder and several other charges in the Aug. 4 incident.
Illinois law will soon allow victims of sexual crimes to renew orders prohibiting contact by their assailants without having to face them in court.
Dozens of people are asking a court to throw out their drug convictions, alleging they were framed by the same former Chicago Police sergeant who judges have determined shook down other residents of one of the city's poorest communities.
Lady Gaga portrays Patrizia Reggiani Martinelli, the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci, in another of director Ridley Scott’s movies coming this fall. The film, based on Sara Gay Forden’s book, tells the true story of Patrizia’s trial and conviction for orchestrating the 1995 murder of her husband, played by Adam Driver.
A woman found guilty of a McHenry County murder had her conviction vacated after serving 19 years of her 27-year sentence and maintaining her innocence throughout her imprisonment.
Chauvin’s conviction seemed like and almost felt like a giant step had moved forward in the valuing of a Black life
The Illinois House narrowly passed a bill Saturday that would require gun owners to submit fingerprints when applying for or renewing a Firearm Owner Identification card.
A husband is accused of dragging his wife by the hair and punching her after a domestic incident in the early hours of Friday.
A 35-year-old Decatur man arrested Saturday was found to be illegally carrying a loaded semi-automatic handgun.
A Decatur man who made “furtive movements” when he was stopped at a police roadside safety check Saturday night went on to arouse suspicions even more when he was asked to get out of his vehicle, a sworn affidavit said.
A trio of appellate court judges threw out a drug possession conviction of a Peoria man, saying evidence obtained by a search warrant shouldn't have come in at trial.
In the wake of the guilty verdict handed to the former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, teachers across the c…
President Joe Biden is "eager" to get a police reform bill on his desk, but White House press secretary Jen Psaki said what legislation is pas…