“Mandatory minimum” bill could come up in veto session
Some citizens of Springfield are calling for a tax to help bring money to the school district. Invest in 186…
Sangamon County Circuit Judge John Schmidt has sided with Springfield media outlets that internal police files older than four years old should be made public.
The Springfield Park Board says they’re right on track in finding a new Executive Director. The district intended to have…
Springfield Police have arrested a man they say is responsible for a shooting last week in the 1900 block of South 17th Street.
The restoration of an historic building on Springfield’s east side is moving forward.
The fall veto session begins tomorrow, but it’s unlikely this will be the week a pension solution comes together in the Illinois legislature.
Opponents and supporters of same-sex marriage are gearing up for another push in the Illinois Legislature.
The push is to get farmers’ markets to accept Link cards
Class of 2012 in Illinois has only 71 percent graduates