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.
Panhandlers are suing the city for allegedly violating their First Amendment rights to free speech by stopping them from asking for money.
The debate over whether the U.S. will take military action in Syria is affecting gasoline prices in Illinois.
A hefty Workers’ Compensation claim settlement can be looked at as protection in the future.
Gov. Pat Quinn isn’t on board with all the changes proposed by a potential Republican opponent.
With a late-summer dry spell, you could complain about the 2013 crops. But it’s a matter of perspective.
The city will pay a total of $1.7 million — $508,000 of that from City Water Light and Power — to clean…
A policy is now in place in School District 186 that says administrative and supervisory employees are required to live…