Fall session is over with no discussion of pensions
A bill that includes funding to implement Illinois’ new concealed carry law awaits the governor’s signature.
A rail underpass on Carpenter Street in Springfield took another step forward Thursday as Hanson Professional Services submitted initial plans.
The measure does not include money to pay back wages for 25,000 state employees,
Bond was set at $1 million for a South Carolina man charged with driving under the influence for a crash that killed an on-duty Pontiac police officer.
Drought problems and certain farming practices could be why nitrate levels are rising in Lake Springfield.
An Urbana lawmaker says her late son would be proud that she returned to the Capitol to vote for same-sex marriage in his last hours.
The just-concluded fall session in Springfield can boast the legalization
of same-sex marriage. They’ve got that, and that’s all they’ve got.
The 2013 Annual Tree of Lights Campaign is now in full swing.
The mandatory minimum gun law has fallen apart in Springfield.