A federal judge in central Illinois is standing by one of his findings in the theft-of-government-funds case against former Rep. Aaron Schock.
Schock’s defense attorney, George Terwilliger, said, “The order speaks for itself.”
Federal investigators have “asked irrelevant and highly invasive questions” about Schock’s sexual orientation and relationships, his lawyers say.
The latest in deer and turkey hunting technology was on display at the Illinois Deer & Turkey Expo, running through Sunday at the Peoria Civic Center.
Show & Go for this weekend includes the Illinois Deer & Turkey Expo in Peoria and waterfowl blind draws across the state.
For a $20 donation, participants can interact with free-roaming kittens during a yoga session led by a certified instructor.
Taxidermy has grown much from the craft of preservation of a memory to the art of storytelling.
Earlier this year, the earth-moving equipment maker said it would lay off employees in 2017 because of an anticipated decline in demand for products.
The Spartans (22-5) jumped out to a 16-4 lead and never looked back.
The Peoria Journal Star, in Caterpillar’s hometown, spoke to former prosecutors in general terms, seeking insight into the criminal investigation.
Chicago is doing better than the rest of the state with more and better-quality jobs, but it lags behind other big cities like Boston and New York.
Michel’s brand of politics doesn’t exist much anymore, having given way to a toxic polarization that has plagued Washington for years.
Michel was an affable Illinois congressman who served as leader of the GOP House minority for 14 years.
The decision means the construction-equipment manufacturer will not build a planned new headquarters complex in Peoria, which had been announced.