Illinois sued Chicago over reforming the city's often-maligned police department and called for independent oversight of the overhaul.
Exceptions will be made for some students, such as those who are undocumented or incarcerated.
Illinois' general assembly voted unanimously to let driver's license applications double as voter registration applications.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is set this week to sign a bill that will up the fines for so-called “coal…
Two people suspected of being connected to an April 21 strip mall shooting in Denver that left one man dead were arrested by Federal Bureau…
The 16 suspects indicted face drug and organized crime charges, among others.
The sit-in was partially a response to Homeland Security ramping up its deportation efforts in February.
The accused are facing a slew of charges, including kidnapping, battery and hate crimes.
Starting Sunday, a slew of new laws went into effect in several states.
New legislation in Illinois requires salon professionals to complete domestic violence and sexual assault awareness training.
Illinois will now have two Democratic senators.
Sen. Mark Kirk questioned his opponent's claim that her family has served in uniform since the American Revolution.