The Tri-State Lugnuts Car Club will pay tribute to the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Lugnuts' annual Endless Summer Car Show will take place Sept. 11 at the Illinois Veterans Home.
Jon Doss has not been a deck hand long. While visiting replicas of the Nina and the Pinta, ships sailed by Christopher Columbus in the 15th century, in Davenport, Iowa, this month, Doss was encouraged by his wife to volunteer for the crew.
Three people are in jail after shots were fired between a homeowner and a man who was alledgedly stealing a lawn mower last week.
A baseball cliche defines the makeup of the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team. The Raiders are strong up the middle. Three senior starters who have been four-year varsity players -- forward Cole Hayes, defender Max VanSteel and goalkeeper Lucas Cline -- are joined by junior midfielder Macker Little to form a formidable line from front to back that goes right down the middle of the field.
School is starting and motorists will find more pedestrian and vehicular traffic around school buildings and nearby streets and highways. If that safety warning is not enough, drivers need to be aware that law enforcement officials will be issuing tickets
A Chicago woman claims a doctor for a Catholic health system refused to remove a dislodged intrauterine device that was causing pain because of religious restrictions on contraceptives
The U.S. women's gymnastics team has flipped over Broadway's "Hamilton," in a night that had athletic gold meeting theatrical gold
The ANSA news agency says two bodies have been pulled from the rubble of quake-hit Amatrice in central Italy after a strong quake levelled buildings as residents slept