It's not going to be easy, and it's not going to be cheap.
The Supreme Court decision striking down the EPA's regulations on toxic air emissions from power plants doesn't effect City Water Light and Power too much.
Gov. Bruce Rauner sliced some chunks off the state construction budget before signin
The state greets the new fiscal year with no budget, but there are alternatives.
Police so far haven't said what caused the crash, nor have they said if there are any injuries.
A Springfield man is dead after an early morning motorcycle crash.
Kenny Winslow was the top choice out of nine candidates.
The governor is spending the last day of the fiscal year visiting state agencies in Springfield and Chicago, trying to reassure employees they’ll get paid.
US Army Corps briefs state panel
Trio of historic buildings
The three debated at the State Journal-Register Monday.
The governor and lawmakers have been at a stalemate for weeks over a spending plan for the 2016 fiscal year.
Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder will announce his pick for police chief Tuesday.
The Central Illinois Community Blood Center is officially in its new home.
The just-installed president of Lincoln College says the college will become a university again.
Donald Trump's speech in Chicago included many defenses on his immigration stance.
State employees will continue to be paid for working if there's no state budget agreement by Wednesday.
The session is expected to include prisons, personnel, child protection, welfare, transportation, and unemployment agencies.
The SEIU has begun airing 30-second television ads.
Chicago's Archbishop is calling on his congregation to be compassionate toward gay people.