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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.
House Republicans want cuts in exchange for raising the debt ceiling. How would that affect Illinois students with disabilities?
Over 75 percent of Illinois students with disabilities would see reduced supports, according to the US Department of Education.
Danville may pass an ordinance restricting abortion, but the ACLU of Illinois is prepared to fight back
DANVILLE – Members of the Danville City Council’s Public Services committee voted to recommend an ordinance restricting abortion rights within the city. The ordinance would
Christie Clinic Race Weekend: Race results and next year’s preparations.
Providers, unions call for pay increase for staff serving individuals with developmental disabilities
Advocates differ on language requiring strict pass-through of state funding to staff.
Some days, the phones at the Trust Women Wichita clinic ring nonstop, and staff are unable to keep up. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ended
The Supreme Court has preserved women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion, rejecting lower-court restrictions while a lawsuit continues. The justices on Friday granted emergency requests from the Biden administration and New York-based Danco Laboratories, maker of the drug mifepristone.
After promising to run the former Champaign County Nursing Home for at least ten years, its owner has filed plans to close it after five.
The owner of the former Champaign County Nursing Home has filed plans with state regulators to close the facility in two months, despite an agreement with the county to operate it as a nursing home for at least another five years.
Donut shop selling Blue Box for child abuse prevention.
Hospice doctor Bethany Snider sees the writing on the wall: “The hospice care we’ve known and loved won’t be the same 10 years from now.”
Missouri minors will soon be required to go through 18 months of therapy before receiving any gender-affirming health care.
Jake West grew up in La Porte, Indiana, not far from Lake Michigan. His mother, Julie West, said he was always friendly to others. “He