Latest Health News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
University of Illinois Police sent out a safety notice Sept. 22 reporting three incidents of sexual extortion scams. The incidents were reported over three consecutive days and each involved university students engaging with people they didn’t personally know on Instagram.
The Illinois Democrat posted a statement about Horn on X, the social media platform formerly called Twitter. Horn was 68.
A new report by an advocacy agency details how abuse and neglect at Choate have continued despite calls for and promises of reform. Now, the Illinois Department of Human Services has reversed its decision to keep Choate’s top leadership in place.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is launching a hotline to help high-risk patients get abortions at hospitals
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is launching a program to help coordinate abortions at hospitals for high-risk patients. The initiative is dubbed the Complex Abortion Regional
Anti-abortion group files 1st Amendment challenge to newly signed law
The Midwest is experiencing rising temperatures this week, as heat waves become more frequent and deadly across the U.S. Experts studying the connection between climate
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has tested positive for Covid. How will this affect the workings of the US Senate?
It’s the third time he has had a positive test in a year.
The coroner’ office says preliminary reports from an autopsy conducted Monday showed no evidence of trauma or foul play.
If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call, text or chat with the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988, or contact the
Continued noncompliance could result in loss of federal highway funding.