New bill would move up June 1 effective date
ADM, Univar, OfficeMax / Office Depot may all be in Illinois.
A group of protesters briefly interrupted an Illinois House debate about whether to provide tax credits for companies to keep their operations in Illinois.
Politically connected Springfield businessman William Cellini has been released from federal prison.
Police are looking for tips about an attempted armed robbery at Springfield’s “Rock ‘N Roll Hardees” on Stevenson Drive.
An Illinois lawmaker is engaged to his partner just hours after the state Legislature approved same-sex marriage legislation.
The Illinois Senate could vote today or Thursday to provide additional funding for state agencies that are limping towards the next fiscal year.
Illinois’ governor says he’s going to sign a bill legalizing gay marriage into law this month.
The sponsor of the “mandatory minimum” gun crime bill hopes support from a former prosecutor is one change that will attract enough Yes votes.
Springfield Budget Director Bill McCarty briefed the city council on the new website that will allow anyone to see where Springfield resident’s tax dollars are going.