Springfield Treasurer James Langfelder said it isn’t fair the police pension board was using flawed math to determine retirement benefits…
One man, one flag but dozens of motorists paid their respects to the thousands that died twelve years ago Wednesday.
President Obama gave a good speech Tuesday night but is in a tough spot, says a Springfield-based political expert.
Breaking into a soda machine isn’t funny, especially if two people been doing it for more than 20 years.
Springfield is a step closer to getting its outlet mall.
Gov. Pat Quinn is marking the 12th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks, proclaiming today as Patriot Day in Illinois.
Illinois State University says another threatening message has been found in a bathroom where a handwritten bomb threat was found last month.
It’s going to cost Chatham residents $1 more to water the lawn, wash the dishes or use water in general.…
In documents obtained by WTAX, it appears the city of Springfield has been applying an inapporpriate methodology to award city police pensions and benefits upon retirement.
Gov. Pat Quinn has suspended funding for the next phase of a pricey renovation project at the state Capitol that’s caused embarrassment for financially-shaky Illinois and raised questions about how it was allowed.