The Watson man accused of killing his seven-year-old niece won’t go to trial until next year.
A restaurant that’s been a stalwart in Macon for half a century has been destroyed by a fire.
On the farm, it was a decent year.
A federal court ruling means a same-sex Chicago couple will be allowed to marry before the state’s gay marriage law takes effect.
The Illinois House will convene for a special session next week on the state’s roughly $100 billion pension crisis.
Springfield Mayor Mike Houston has taken off the table an idea to defer Oak Ridge Cemetery operations to a private company.
The Illinois Attorney General is investigating several scams tied to tornado recovery and relief efforts.
Nearly $2,000 was stolen from the Springfield Wendy’s on Lindbergh Boulevard early Monday morning — police are looking for leads.
$2,000 worth of marijuana is off the streets after a Sangamon County Sheriff’s Office Drug Interdiction Response team search.
Utility companies are plowing millions into the so-called “smart grid,” and a consumer group is pleased.