A former U of I student may have gained access to three thousand student social security numbers when he hacked the systems.
Another public opinion poll shows support for immigration reform among Illinoisans.
Bats are starting to become more active, which means the possibility of exposure to rabies is increasing
The debate over welfare benefits continues to derail plans to help farmers across the nation. The U.S. House shot down…
When lawmakers head back to Springfield for a special session, several area businesses gear up for their arrival.
Springfield Police say they’ve made a drug bust at a north end motel. Deputy Chief Cliff Buscher says officers served…
The Quinn administration will start paying overdue raises to state workers July 1st even though lawmakers didn’t approve all the necessary funding.
A state audit says IDOT does a sloppy job of keeping its books.
Illinois’ unemployment rate is down for the second month in a row.
An Illinois labor leader is not happy with the conference committee set up to hammer out a compromise on public pensions.