CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — The dean of the University of Illinois College of Law is stepping down after a tenure that saw the school investigated for using inflated grades and entrance-exam scores to boost its reputation.
Archive for May, 2014
Across the country, churches celebrated the National Day of Prayer–the first Thursday in May brings together people of faith to pray on ten different issues from schools to military to family.
Knox College President Teresa Amott says the college is trying to be as responsible as it can be, while the U.S. Department of Education investigates a potential violation of the Title IX law.
CHICAGO (AP) — Federal officials say more than 217,000 Illinois residents chose health plans in the new insurance marketplace under President Barack Obama’s health care law.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Republicans opposing efforts to allocate $100 million in taxpayer money to build a presidential library for Barack Obama are pitching a plan to get the job paid for by alternate means.
HARDIN, Ill. (AP) — A western Illinois high school special education teacher is jailed on $500,000 bond and on paid administrative leave after being accused of making a bomb threat at her own school.
Veteran’s groups are trying to mobilize people to assist them on Memorial Day this year.
Several organizations, including the: American Legion, VFW, and other clubs will be placing flags on the graves of former service men and women.
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP)–Authorities in southwestern Illinois’ St. Clair County say thieves who are targeting homes that are being built have stolen materials worth more than $500,000 in recent months.