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Pravin M. Varughese, 19, was last seen about 11 p.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of West College Street in Carbondale, according to Carbondale police.
About 6:30 p.m., the team was headed back to Carbondale after finishing their game against the Illinois State University Redbirds in Normal, when the driver of the team bus pulled over on Interstate 57 due to poor visibility
A new poll estimates that more than four in 10 Illinois voters now support full marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples.
Are Illinois voters ready for reform? A new poll suggests the answer is a resounding yes when it comes to state government.
A public policy expert says many voters do not seem interested in this year’s presidential election – or politics in general, for that matter.
Three residence halls at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale were evacuated overnight, following a bomb threat.
Two women, ages 20 and 21, both from the Chicago area, drowned early Sunday when the car they were in went into a lake near the southern Illinois town of Carbondale.
Southern Illinois has hired former Missouri State coach Barry Hinson as its new men’s basketball coach, SIU’s athletics director confirmed Wednesday.
State university officials have begun their annual trek to Springfield, testifying before panels of House and Senate lawmakers about what their financial needs will be for the upcoming fiscal year.
Southern Illinois has fired men’s basketball coach Chris Lowery after back-to-back losing seasons.
The weeklong strike by faculty at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale is over.
University presidents have begun their annual trek to Springfield to ask lawmakers for money for the next fiscal year.
Southern Illinois University is looking for a few good women.
Illinois is off to a great start winning their third straight game since the season opened. They defeated Southern Illinois 85-63.
A majority of Illinois voters believe the moratorium on enforcing the state’s death penalty should be lifted, nearly 73 percent of them believe that gays and lesbians should be allowed to serve openly in the military and two-thirds favor legal marriage or civil unions for same-sex couples, all according to a poll released over the weekend.
A new poll finds that 81.3 percent of Illinois voters say the state is headed in the wrong direction.