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  • Cold truth: It's not winter that's driving people out of Illinois

    Cold truth: It's not winter that's driving people out of Illinois
    Leave. Just leave. Join the Illinois exodus. No one cares that you're freezing and miserable. Shut up and shiver. If you can't stand the cold, get out of the arctic air mass.
  • Another moving survey shows people leaving Illinois

    Another moving survey shows people leaving Illinois
    Illinois was the No. 3 state in America for outbound moves in 2014, United Van Lines said Friday. Earlier this week, Allied Van Lines said Illinois was No. 1 for outbound versus inbound moves in 2014, according to its moving data for the year. And...

    Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers

    Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers
    It's springtime in Los Angeles, otherwise known as the season when the Clippers march merrily into the playoffs and the Lakers conduct exit interviews. OK, so maybe this isn't exactly an annual occurrence. The Lakers haven't missed the playoffs during...

    Family of trooper killed on job wins $10.9M settlement

    Family of trooper killed on job wins $10.9M settlement
    The widow of an Illinois state trooper killed in a fiery crash after a truck driver slammed into his squad car last year has been awarded a $10.9 million settlement in a wrongful death suit. James Sauter, 28, of Vernon Hills, died at the scene after a...

    Trooper killed in crash 'loved putting on the uniform every day'

    Trooper killed in crash 'loved putting on the uniform every day'
    As a state trooper, James Sauter had plenty of close calls while patrolling the roads. "Times he'd been hit, someone had hit or almost hit his car. He wasn't worried about it. That's what they do," said a neighbor, Scott Schaal, a retired police officer....