"You should not be wearing that in the United States of America," a man yelled at a Puerto Rican woman in an Illinois park, as she appealed for a nearby police officer's help to no avail.
The officers were rushed to hospital.
"We're lucky the officer was there. His brave actions saved a lot of lives."
The death penalty has effectively been banned in the state since 2003.
The foundation still owes $9.7 million of a $23 million loan it took out to purchase the artifacts.
A county official in Illinois claimed that K-9 service dogs would be killed if voters approved marijuana for recreational use.
Rates of bullying have been found to drop when diverse stories are included in the school curriculum, according to the senator who sponsored the bill.
Navy Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker faces a federal charge of possession of stolen explosives.
A specific chemical in rat poison called brodifacoum may be tainting synthetic marijuana products.
The student's mother said parents were not warned that the sixth graders would participate in an Underground Railroad simulation.
Christy Lenhardt, who is facing a criminal lawsuit and two civil suits, resigned from Elgin Mental Health Center on August 23, 2017.
Howard Buffett's book takes a nuanced approach to Trump's border wall and examines his personal interaction with drug addicts as a volunteer sheriff's deputy.
Benjamin Thomas Wolf denied the allegations.
Justin Deemie allegedly tried to steal a cop car so he could escape to Florida.
Benjamin Thomas Wolf, a former FBI agent and current adjunct professor at Chicago's Roosevelt University, is hoping to become Illinois' first "Cannabis Congressman."
"Bryan and I are thrilled that our family is getting a little bit bigger, and Abigail is ecstatic to welcome her baby sister home this spring," Duckworth said in a statement.
Reverend Gerald Hechenberger was charged with 16 counts of pornography.
Popular stories about Saint Nicholas served as an inspiration for the legend of Father Christmas in the 16th century.
After he was allegedly tricked into giving back the winning $1 million lottery ticket, an Illinois man is filing a lawsuit against a CVS employee.
Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner initially supported the bill as a candidate, eased off that position in the spring, but ultimately said his support for abortion rights and a woman's choice would never change.
More than 40 people were shot in Chicago from Friday to Sunday morning.
Was it because it denigrated the coal industry? Or was it just a biased account and poor writing?
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have such laws, and more than a dozen states are considering them.