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Governor Quinn says workers compensation payout is down, but Illinois Manufacturers Association says more reform is needed.
Moody's Investors Services releases report showing Illinois' liability over revenue at 258 percent. Highest in nation.
Governor Quinn signs legislation allowing one business with political connections to get around liquor ban.
Thomson Prison has a new warden. Now the staffing begins. Hundreds of workers sought.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner gives $1 Million to help minority business on Chicago's South Side.
Authorities have charged a former youth pastor with sexual abuse of a young child in Peoria County. The Pekin Daily…
Congressman John Shimkus critical of President Obama, but says we need to support the Commander In Chief.
Roof blown off of high school in Cass County town of Virginia.
Annual conferenced used last year's tornados for lessons learned
If the first few days of applications are any indicator, demand for medical marijuana in Illinois will be high.
A doctor has testified in federal court that Illinois is lagging behind in improving conditions for hundreds of mentally ill prison inmates.
An arrest has been made in connection with a newborn child found alive in a Jacksonville dumpster last weekend.
NY Archdiocese will not release body to Peoria
Plan stalled in 2014 spring session
Thursday's "Community Meeting" organized the NAACP was designed to be void of politics
The subtext of Gov. Pat Quinn’s re-election strategy has been made explicit by his running mate.
Thirty more housing units to be built
Standing before a handful of people in a parking lot surrounded by blighted buildings, Ward 2 Alderman Gail Simpson announced she's running for Mayor in the 2015 election.
Bogged down in Congress
Davis, California rep to swap