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A Pleasant Plains man is accused of assaulting a dog and leaving it for dead in rural Springfield.
A Decatur man who spent 66 years with the same newspaper and who retired only two weeks ago has passed away.
October fifth is the start date for a new University of Illinois policy requiring background checks for all new employees.
A Granite City basketball squad that won an Illinois state title 75 years ago with a team of Eastern European immigrants is the subject of an upcoming Hollywood film.
The Illinois Republican Party has chosen Peoria as the site of its 2016 state convention.
The thoughts of House Speaker Michael Madigan following the latest House session -- which resulted in a one-month budget getting passed -- sound awfully familiar.
Thursday was a big day for the Springfield Police Department, and a big day for Mayor Jim Langfelder.
A St. Clair County judge has ordered the Illinois comptroller to fully pay state workers despite the Legislature's failure to adopt a fiscal 2016 budget.
A one-month budget with guaranteed state-employee paychecks for July has won House approval but the change delays its delivery to the governor.
The Springfield Public School budget isn't all positive, as administrators are worried about their transportation budget.
State employees who won't get paid until a budget is passed may be eligible for interest-free loans.
Not only did the Rauner administration snub a House committee's invitation to testify, it missed out on a good story to tell, in the opinion of the committee's chairman.
Consolidated Grain and Barge Co. filed the appeal after a Carroll County jury awarded $8 million each to the families of Alejandro Pacas, 19, and Wyatt Whitebread, 14.
The organization says William A. Robinson will give the keynote address to close out opening ceremonies on July 22.
Senate-passed one-month plan passes House committee
Springfield's Public Works Department says there are two more sewer cave-ins.
Tuesday's special primary election in the 18th Congressional District was historic -- historically bad.
More security cameras will be installed at Springfield's High Schools, and the district's middle schools will also get cameras, under a $500,000 plan the District 186 Board has approved.
Gov. Bruce Rauner says he'll set aside his distaste for tax increases and approve one if the Legislature approves his business-friendly reforms.
Jobs and higher education were the focus of a Republican presidential candidate's visit to Illinois.