Stand in line…that’s what many have to do to get a check from the state for services rendered and the comptroller says non-profit groups are hurting the most.
Organizers of the Illinois State Fair say they’re not changing security procedures after vandals threw paint on a butter cow at the state fair in Iowa.
Farmers attending Agriculture Day at the Illinois State Fair say the optimistic corn and soybean forecast might prove to be true.
This time, Mayor Mike Houston wants to find out who leaked police internal affairs files, specifically the investigation of Deputy Police Chief Cliff Buscher’s 2008 Missouri arrest.
A former Illinois. U.S. Senator says the government is missing bipartisanship.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is moving forward with the expansion of 6th Street in Springfield. Southern View Village President…
Sixteen years in prison is the sentence given today to a Springfield man convicted of severely beating his infant daughter last year and causing permanent brain damage.
Owners of a new restaurant on the city’s east side have scored a victory — the mayor has signed their liquor license and has compromised on a number of contentious issues.
Federal officials and a Texas company are investigating a pipeline explosion in western Illinois that sent flames hundreds of feet in the air and left a 15-foot-deep crater in a cornfield.
Officials at the University of Illinois are not suprised by Moody’s debt rating downgrade.