Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon is urging educators to do everything they can to remove obstacles such as higher loan rates…
Vitamins and minerals are necessary for our daily health, but too much of certain ones could be harmful.
West Nile Virus is making its way to East Central Illinois.
Some are wondering whether Quinn’s move to suspend lawmakers’ pay is legal.
Illinois’ pension problem could be much worse off than it’s being reported.
Friday marked the start of mandatory furlough days for civilian employees at Springfield’s 183rd Fighter Wing.
Sarah Mackey, Executive Director of the Habitat for Humanity of Sangamon County, will be leaving her post for a loftier position.
Springfield’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit over destroyed police files has been denied, and it will continue.
Lawmakers under pressure to solve Illinois’ pension crisis say their progress is tied less to their pay than the process of calculating savings for the state’s coffers.
One of the Republicans running for governor of Illinois in 2014 is giving incumbent Gov. Pat Quinn, a Democrat, some credit for his decision this week to veto lawmakers’ pay as retribution for inaction on pensions.