A 13-year-old girl went missing after being dropped at an overnight church summer camp.
The Adams County public defender's office cited a conflict of interest.
The river surpassed its 1943 record of 28.7 feet on Wednesday.
The childhood home of actor Dick Van Dyke could be torn down after Danville condemned it.
Unions representing Illinois state employees have filed a lawsuit demanding they will be paid in full and on time.
Weapons charge, wrong end of a punch in same week
Raises threshold for salaried employees to be exempt from overtime pay
It’s that time of year — fireworks, both legal and illegal, are out — and they’re dangerous. Bottle rockets, sparklers…
Whether state workers can or should be paid without a state budget seems to be a contentious point between the Attorney General and Comptroller.
RMU grad Mablene Krueger replaces Michael Violtt.
The Springfield City Council could finally be poised to consider nixing a plan that gives city employees a higher retirement benefit, at the expense of unused vacation pay.
Steven Salaita will work for the American University of Beirut.
Existing Illinois landfills have capacity to take trash for another 21 years.
Illinois' economy continues to grow at a steady pace, according to a monthly measure of it from the University of Illinois.
The man fled the scene after getting money, a cell phone, and a tablet computer.
Flooding continues in parts of Illinois after the state saw its rainiest June on record.
The attorney says head coach Matt Bollant has no business coaching at the U of I, and athletic director Mike Thomas had to know what was happening.
A trial could be held as soon as August third in the murder case involving Mondavier Knight.
Embassy move is a good first step
The Illinois Senate has advanced a one-month spending plan that Democrats say will allow critical services to continue as Illinois enters a new fiscal year.