State Police are trying to find another round of police impersonators.
The federal government says more than 108,000 Illinois health insurance customers will benefit from more than $8 million in refunds.
Coal mining is still a big deal in Illinois, and Terry Bruce says there's really no end in sight.
A newly signed law is aimed at fighting the effects of flooding around Illinois.
Springfield man faces 30 years in drug death
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has changed its outlook on Illinois' credit rating for the worse.
Repairs to the state fair grandstand's roof won't be finished by the time the fair begins.
Sangamon County Coroner Cinda Edwards hopes the mystery of a woman's skeleton found in Rochester over the weekend could be solved soon.
No one hurt
A lawmaker who helped push through a bill that allows Illinois residents to carry concealed weapons is suggesting the law is too hard on gun owners from other states.
Late-winter antlerless loses some counteis, including Sangamon
Toxic waste is an issue
First big capital bill since Illinois Jobs Now! expired
The state is helping a little, Voices for Illinois Children says.
Sangamon County Sheriff's Deputies say a lockdown at the Lincoln Place Mobile Home park in unincorporated Springfield near Riverton has ended.
A state appellate court handed the FutureGen Alliance a big victory Tuesday.
A crash that killed four people on I-55 has the governor talking about highway safety
An Arizona man is charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his half-brother from Petersburg.
AT&T plans to close the Springfield call center and cut 188 jobs starting August 3.
School cable channel looking for help from business community