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  • Clinton prospects changing wildly

    When House impeachment hearings opened, everyone was certain of one thing: Congress would never impeach President Clinton. Today, that prediction is very much in doubt. The House of Representatives seems ready to approve at least one article of...
  • Clinton acquitted

    Ending a tumultuous year of political scandal, the Senate acquitted President Clinton of high crimes and misdemeanors yesterday, after House prosecutors failed to muster even a bare majority of senators in favor of removing the nation's 42nd president...
  • Trial nears final phase

    The House Republican prosecutors and White House lawyers turned the impeachment trial over to the Senate jury yesterday, after prosecutors implored senators to rise above their political interests, ignore White House "spin" and remove President Clinton...
  • Prosecutors launch case against Clinton

    With 100 senators sitting in silent attention, House prosecutors opened their case yesterday against William Jefferson Clinton, charging that he had "piled perjury upon perjury," engaged in a "multifacted scheme to obstruct justice" and should be...
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  • Heat's already on Beckman

    Heat's already on Beckman
    Seven games, five losses, one recruiting faux pas and a pinch of chewing tobacco into his tenure, Illinois coach Tim Beckman will enter Memorial Stadium on Saturday for his first homecoming game. And there already is a faction that wants to kick...
  • Amazon, Web Retailers Begin Charging Sales Tax in California

    Amazon, Web Retailers Begin Charging Sales Tax in California
    LOS ANGELES -- The days of most tax-free Internet shopping in California are over. After years of controversy, the world's largest online retailer, Amazon.com Inc., was set to begin collecting state and local sales taxes on California purchases at 12:...
  • Investigation into siblings deaths five months apart

    Investigation into siblings deaths five months apart
    Police in Lake County are investigating the mysterious deaths of a brother and sister within a five month period. The half-siblings had the same father but grew up in different households. Six-month old Desire Thompson died December 28th after being...
  • Kidnapped Calhoun County Baby Reunited With Mother

    Kidnapped Calhoun County Baby Reunited With Mother
    A 6-week-old Calhoun County girl was reunited with her mother Saturday after being kidnapped Friday morning. Police in Albion had been looking for a man they believe kidnapped 6-week-old Nahla Maylee Johnson. Detectives took a call from Nicole Chanel...
  • Ryder Cup brings golf elite & tourism to Chicago suburbs

    Ryder Cup brings golf elite & tourism to Chicago suburbs
    A rare event is set for the Chicago suburbs later this week when the Ryder Cup golf tournament comes to Medinah Country Club.  Some economic experts say the tournament could bring around $130 million in revenue to the area.  That's about the same...
  • Pension reform elusive in Illinois

    Pension reform elusive in Illinois
    When lawmakers left the Statehouse at the end of May, the problem of fixing the nation's most underfunded state public employee pension system was left unresolved amid myriad political concerns and divides. Despite Gov.Pat Quinn's decision to call...
  • Crestwood officials go on trial in tainted water case

    Crestwood officials go on trial in tainted water case
    A jury trial begins today for two former village officials of South Suburban Crestwood.   They're accused of lying to environmental regulators about the village using water from a polluted well for more than two decades to supplement its drinking water...