A Springfield man is admitting to bilking a customer out of more than $50,000 for home repair work he never did.
There's still no state budget, but contract talks continue with the biggest state workers' union.
There might be one easy way to describe the budget situation...in Sherman.
Springfield residents will have another opportunity to get rid of their unwanted electronics by recycling them.
Newly signed legislation will expand access to food stamps in Illinois.
The Speaker of the Illinois House says Tuesday's vote to roll back lawmakers' cost-of-living increases represents progress toward meeting the governor halfway.
University of Illinois President Timothy Killeen says the school will not dole out pay raises until the state budget situation is settled.
Jacksonville's Illinois College is playing a part in work that can now be done since the restoring of diplomatic ties with Cuba.
Former Congressman Mel Reynolds says he will plead not guilty to federal tax evasion charges.
Defends voting for his own pay increase
Creviston found passed out behind the wheel; Gordon allegedly wields gun in love triangle
There’s confusion amongst local governments over whether the state can withhold video gaming payments, even without a state budget in place.
The Springfield City Council is getting an earful about a project approved in the waning weeks of the previous city council.
The city now has a seven-member commission in place to deal with economic development projects that are proposed, before they go to the city council for final approval.
Tourism remains one of the biggest industries in the state of Illinois, and it keeps getting bigger.
Neal Falls of Springfield, Oregon was killed earlier this month in Charleston, West Virginia when he tried to kill a woman he met online.
A man accused of shooting a Springfield man late Sunday night has turned himself in.
The pay-raise issue has become a flashpoint in the budget stalemate.
The rain let up, but it's too late to save some of Illinois' crops.
Gov. Bruce Rauner's office says the state doesn't have the authority to distribute video gambling profits to municipalities across the state.