Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is leading in several downstate districts, according to a recent poll.
News from November 2016
There were 16 foreclosures from Oct. 24-28 in Madison County.
There were 14 foreclosures in St. Clair County from Oct. 19-26.
An O'Fallon home sold for $495,000 as part of the St. Clair County real estate transactions for Oct. 17-20.
An Edwardsville home sold for $599,000 as part of the Madison County real estate transactions for Oct. 17-21.
BELLEVILLE — At an event geared toward giving non-violent offenders a second chance, volunteers helped qualifying individuals take the first steps toward expunging or sealing their criminal records.
A Collinsville property owner alleges its property was damaged because a neighbor altered the drainage of water.
A Madison man alleges he was injured in an accident in the county with a Granite City man.
A Madison County man alleges an Alton restaurant's negligence caused him to fracture his hip.
A patron of a Highland bar alleges he was injured by two intoxicated persons while lawfully on the premises.
A delivery driver is suing a Highland couple after she was allegedly bitten by their dog after delivering a package.
The Madison County asbestos motion docket is scheduled for Nov. 7 at 9 a.m. in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs' courtroom, room 327, at the Madison County Circuit Court in Edwardsville.
The Madison County asbestos jury docket is scheduled for Nov. 7 at 9 a.m. in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs' courtroom, room 327, at the Madison County Circuit Court in Edwardsville.
There are seven cases set to be heard on the Madison County civil docket for Nov. 7-14 in Circuit Judges Crowder, Ruth, Matoesian, Barberis and Mudge's courtrooms.
Drug testing, public confidence and retention question remain issues in judicial races in St. Clair County
More than three years since the exposure of illegal drug use by St. Clair County judges and a probation officer, the high profile scandal remains a prominent issue in the election of local judges this year.
Drug induced homicides of two women at Fairview Heights drug house eventually led investigators to courthouse
Democratic judicial candidates succeeded grandly on Election Day in 2012, but two dead women would come back to haunt their courthouse.
ISBA responds to million dollar negative ad campaign; Encourages ‘merit selection’ in judicial elections
The Illinois State Bar Association said it supports “merit selection” in judicial elections in response to the million dollar attack campaign funded primarily by asbestos firms. “The Illinois State Bar Association has historically supported good-faith efforts to remove partisan politics from the selection and retention of Illinois judges.
Two homeowners and the company they purchased their home from are negotiating after the couple claims the company failed to disclose known termite damage.