Friday, August 16th 201312:00 am
Just four years after capital punishment was taken off the books in Illinois, a state lawmaker says it's time to bring it back.
The child poverty rate is holding steady in Illinois, but it's holding steady at a rate higher than advocates would like.
The Springfield Metro Sanitary District could need $70 million in bond money to pay for upgrades to the Sugar Creek Treatment Plant
Three fugitives who've stolen from a number of Springfield stores are being sought.
A prominent civil rights activist and academic has cancelled a speech at the University of Illinois because of the school's decision to rescind a job offer to a Native American studies professor.