A Springfield man is behind bars and facing drug and weapons charges
Lots changed since House failed to vote on it last spring, says Equality Illinois
Old State Capitol, Lincoln Tomb up a little
A Springfield alderman is accusing the city’s police pension board of breaking rules for 14 years — a potentially $6 million dollar mistake.
A new state program could be a big boost for those who have been looking for work
Trustees hired interim president Patrick White to take the post permanently.
The labor coalition that’s fighting the state over pension restructuring is urging lawmakers not to give money to Archer Daniels Midland.
A man from Divernon and two people from Pawnee all went to the hospital after a crash Wednesday night.
There is not a lot of initial support for a hike in either the sales tax or property taxes to provide more money for District 186
Workers are repairing the damage after a car driven by a 92-year old Springfield woman jumped the curb and crashed into St. John’s Breadline Wednesday morning.