Sangamon County State’s Attorney John Milhiser says he cannot investigate the Springfield Police document shredding lawsuit because it’s a conflict of interest.
Hundreds of thousands of low-income Illinoisans could get access to healthcare under a plan that’s passed through the legislature. Lawmakers…
Monday’s heavy rainfall in Springfield caused some damage to the Prairie Capital Convention Center.
As the concealed-carry debate continues in Springfield, we have a tale of two bills. A bill which has already passed…
A rash of suspicious fires over a two week period have officials examining all leads. Senior Springfield Arson Investigator Mitch…
Local law enforcement and fire rescue will be gearing up for a friendly competition for the 13th annual “Badges for Life” blood drive.
Another re-write of the gambling expansion bill in Illinois is underway.
With the governor and the Senate president already against it, backers of a concealed carry bill which passed the House Friday remain optimistic.
Severe weather plowed through the Springfield area bringing widespread unconfirmed reports of tornadoes.
Expect to see a strong police presence this holiday weekend.