The Illinois Supreme Court is invalidating a two-year-old Illinois law charging taxes on certain Internet sales.
The Illinois Poison Center is itself in need of revival.
Search firm reports 37 candidates
The partial shutdown of the federal government is over, the debt ceiling has been raised – but U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says there still will be political consequences for Republicans in Congress.
Contributions are pouring in in the race for Sangamon County Sheriff, but is that a wise strategy?
The state’s top investment officer says he was prepared in the event of a debt ceiling disaster.
An argument about internet browser “favorites” devolved into a stabbing and sent one woman to the hospital.
The University of Illinois and a group dedicated to the former Chief Illiniwek mascot have reached a settlement over the use of the symbol’s name and image.
The lone member of Illinois’ congressional delegation to vote against raising the nation’s borrowing limit says he couldn’t support the legislation because it ignores the nation’s “massive debt.”
The family of an Ashland woman serving a 55 year prison sentence for first degree murder is seeking support for her release.