How many Illinoisans will be eligible to get health insurance under the Affordable Care Act?
The people who run toward the danger, and help clean up after it, are renewing their skills at the Illinois Emergency Management Conference in Springfield.
The temps may still be in the 90s but Sangamon County Public Health Director Jim Stone says it is not to early to get immunized against the flu
Ameren says power to most of the more than 6600 customers has been restored.
Congressman Rodney Davis says the president hasn’t outlined what needs to be done should the United States attack Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons.
Sangamon and Menard County Crimestoppers is this week seeking tips on a series of vehicle vandalisms in Springfield’s Westchester subdivision.
The Illinois economy continues to grow, but for the moment, that growth is not accelerating.
Despite restrictions a Bloomington mall has placed on young people, the management at White Oaks Mall says it will be business as usual.
The new Republican leader in the Illinois House has fans on both sides of the aisle.
St. Louis means Budweiser, but the University of Illinois means computers.