Both trying to make inroads in minority communties
Major donors threaten to withhold donations unless the feuding stops
Illinois State Police say a van over corrected after swerving off the roadway.
An attorney representing former THR and Associates employees and creditors wants Jeff Parsons to pony up -- immediately.
Fake IDs and driver’s licenses are the scourge of the Illinois secretary of state’s office
DCFS investigates abuse allegations
"Pastor on the roof" backs Republican
Fund-raiser for the governor Thursday
The Springfield City Council doesn't think it, or other elected officials, should get pay raises.
The planning to alleviate a major freight rail traffic bottleneck is wrapping up.
An Illinois appellate court has ruled that back wages owed thousands of state government workers from 2011 to 2013 must be paid.
Facility was close to shutting its door a few years ago
A Springfield man is in jail following a stabbing early Tuesday morning on Stevenson Dr.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says no to sending U.S. ground troops back to Iraq, but his Republican opponent in the Senate race says they shouldn’t have left in the first place.
The 2014 crop year might be best remembered as a year of great yields and short prices.
A Springfield man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after admitting he tried to hide a gun used in a fatal shooting.
Rauner does not want repeat of 2011
Illinois attracts international tourists. They are easy to spot along Michigan Avenue in Chicago. Downstate farm fields, not so much – except for this week.
A school board member is switching it up next year -- running instead for Ward 4 on the city council.
Some guarded optimism for area's business health