Leaders of the Illinois Legislature say they’re making progress negotiating a plan to deal with the state’s $100 billion pension crisis.
The head of a fire protection district covering rural Menard County thinks it could be ten years before it realizes any savings after breaking off from the city of Petersburg.
At least one Springfield alderman thinks his ordinances aren’t being drafted due to a conflict of interest.
The sale of five Illinois coal-fueled power plants is on after a decision by the Illinois Pollution Control Board to allow extra time for installation of equipment to reduce pollution.
Some changes to First Night Springfield are being introduced for the 27th edition of the event.
If you have to dig or remove a tree after Sunday’s storms, you have a call to make first.
$25 can go a long way in a District 186 classroom.
Hotels near central Illinois communities that were hit the hardest by last weekend’s tornadoes say they’re working to accommodate storm victims.
Federal and state officials are set to meet in Washington to start conducting preliminary assessments of the damage caused by a string of tornadoes that struck Illinois on Sunday.
And then there were six.