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Don't expect to see regular unleaded selling for $1.75 around Springfield again anytime soon
Gov. Bruce Rauner has a chance to fill in the details on his plans for fixing Illinois' many problems when he delivers his first State of the State speech.
Standard and Poor’s is paying out $1.4 billion nationally over claims it inflated ratings to risky mortgage-backed securities in the years before the 2008 financial crisis.
Authorities in Champaign County have arrested two suspects in the killing of a University of Illinois student from Chicago.
The man shot and killed on north MacArthur Boulevard has been identified.
Fairer play is the goal
A Springfield school board member is making a familiar plea -- there will be no west side high school, so let's sell the farm land it would have been built on.
Rauner spokesman Lance Trover says letters to 18 winning cultivation centers and 52 retail shops have been sent.
It’s good enough for the federal government, and at least one state lawmaker will make the case that it can help Illinois’ bottom line.
Gov. Bruce Rauner says Illinois must curb government-union powers and reduce spending on state workers' salaries and benefits.
A 19-year-old woman was shot late Sunday night on Springfield's east side but is expected to be okay.
Illinois parents and providers are being warned that the state has run out of money to pay for a subsidized day care program.
How much bearing do Illinois’ nuclear power plants have on the economy?
The Springfield metro area has been deemed the state's most affordable in which to live.
Bruce Rauner's office says the governor has activated the State Incident Response Center.
"Ever Thrive Illinois"
1.5-mile radius would be waived
Five states already do this
Quinn blocked previous bills