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The University of Illinois hopes to have a new president selected by January, well ahead of the retirement of current President Robert Easter.
A fifth lawsuit has been filed by state employees challenging Illinois' new pension law.
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A student cheering group at the University of Illinois has pledged $1 million to help renovate the school's sports arena.
Champaign County began issuing same-sex marriage licenses Wednesday, making it the second county to do so after a federal judge ruled Cook County gay couples did not have to wait until the state's new gay marriage law takes effect this summer.
The Chicago hub will receive $70 million for a Pentagon-led institute that focuses on high-tech digital manufacturing and design. But Obama seemed eager to dispel any suspicions that hometown favoritism might have played a role in awarding Chicago one of the manufacturing centers.
The new public-private digital manufacturing lab planned for Chicago will mean 50 to 70 jobs for the city, a professor involved in the project says, but potentially far-reaching innovation for dozens of companies involved.
Gov. Pat Quinn says a new digital manufacturing lab to open in Chicago will become a birthplace for innovations.
The government's largest-ever study of Hispanics' health may help answer why they live longer than other Americans but the first results suggest that for some, the trend might be in jeopardy.