He's not involved, spokesman says
It's too late to do anything for corn except delay harvest
Springfield School District teachers have struck a tentative deal on a one-year contract
A familiar name is running for Springfield City Council.
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner wants everyone hired under patronage rules at the Illinois Department of Transportation, but given non-patronage, work to be fired.
The owner of Springfield's Bel-Aire motel likely died of natural causes.
Anywhere from 65 to 100 North Mac Middle School students were sent to Springfield hospitals Monday following a carbon monoxide leak.
A vault that temporarily held Abraham Lincoln's body after his 1865 funeral in Springfield is set to be restored, state officials said.
4 percent of Illinoisans have no phone
But people like local control!
Medal of Honor recipient was a popular politician from Southern Illinois
Report: Signed documents as a Missourian while a sitting judge in Illinois
Notorious landmark still being fixed up, employee says
New class of Americorp volunteers make pledge during 20th year of program.
Becoming An Outdoors Woman is a popular program offered by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
The IDOT document shows that 173 of the 245 people hired as "staff assistants" since 2002 still work for the state, including 161 at the transportation agency.
Illinois is marking progress with a program that helps military personnel and veterans buy homes
Whether domestic violence is “trending” on social media or not, it’s going to hurt long after Ray Rice is forgotten
Popular anchor suffering brain cancer
A proposed amendment to the U.S.. Constitution on campaign financing has stalled