MARSTON, Mo. - A Missouri man jailed in Texas is now charged with killing a woman at an Interstate 55 rest area in October.
When does freedom of speech and academic freedom go too far? The argument is playing out on college campuses across the country, including right here in Illinois. In some cases, it's pitting students against professors and universities. Also, we've been hearing about the decline of the bee population for years. An Illinois graduate student wants to find out what beekeepers are seeing and build a database. That and more on this week's Statewide.
Partisan gerrymandering is back at the U.S. Supreme Court. A year and a pivotal justice's retirement after the high court dodged the question, those seeking to break the political stranglehold over legislative redistricting are urging the justices to draw a line beyond which the Republican and Democratic parties cannot go in entrenching their political power, sometimes for decades at a time. Two cases are before the court Tuesday. One is from Maryland, where Democrats drew new district lines...
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- Man Pleads Guilty To Phishing Scheme That Fleeced Facebook, Google Of $100 Million
- Venezuela's Maduro Faces Pressure From Much Of The World, Yet He Persists
- Trump Formally Recognizes Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights
- To Curb Kids' Sugary Drink Habits, Pediatricians Now Call For Soda Taxes
Out and About
- Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition Returns to Venues Across Peoria
- Peoria Players Opens Its Production of "Dreamgirls"
- Youth Music Illinois Presents "Musical Masquerade" Tonight
- WTVP's "State and Water" Program Hosts Double CD Release Event
- Eureka College Presents "Pippin" This Weekend