Illinois resident experiencing respiratory illness after vaping has died

Illinois State Trooper shot in East St. Louis; sustains life-threatening injuries

Former YMCA Athletic Director charged with sexually abusing child in Iowa home

Suit alleges security guards had sex with Illinois students

Judge sentences man to life in prison after death of Celia Barquin-Arozamena

Man accused of killing Mollie Tibbetts waives rights to speedy trial

Illinois Sate Police trooper shot while executing search warrant in East St. Louis

Iowa child care worker arrested in child's death

Man pleads not guilty to targeting, assaulting Iowa teen

Reports of lung disease linked to vaping in 16 states, including Iowa and Illinois

Iowa high school teacher charged with sexually exploiting student at his school

Dogs fall sick after visiting Illinois park; pet parents on high alert

Four coal-fired power plants closing in Illinois

Belvidere schools on lockdown for what officials are calling a "safety issue"

Woman charged after $69,000 is stolen from her employer in Cedar Rapids

Loyola's Sister Jean celebrated on her 100th birthday

Audit finds Iowa issued more than 5,800 licenses without required background checks

Officer fatally shoots man who threatened to shoot himself and someone else in Chicago area

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