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The head of a state-funded program whose funding was just cut by Governor Bruce Rauner says Rauner is ignoring what lawmakers just passed in the Fiscal Year 2015 budget fix.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is defending his decision to suspend $26 million in grants to public health and social services programs.
The Chicago Cubs say they'll do better after some fans had to wait a long time on Sunday.
Illinois State University president Larry Dietz is now immortalized in a portrait.
Illinois residents have petitioned the state to add more than 20 medical conditions to the medical marijuana program.
Lawmakers defending higher education say it's an economic issue.
Democratic lawmakers say if it seems like the legislature is heading for an overtime summer session, that’s on the governor.
The Illinois economy is growing at a rate seldom seen since the recession.
The National Park Service plans to mark the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession from Washington, D.C., to Springfield.
He did it once, but Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe says he won't do it again.
Numbers down slightly from 10 years ago.
The bill has already passed in the House Human Services Committee
Governor's office says he would rather make cuts than to increase taxes or borrow.
Disease could be caught early and cured with newborn screenings and stem cell therapy.
TVDL owners must have auto insurance.
Paint on the brick ceiling of a pump room is trapping moisture, causing the brick to crumble.
State's number continues to stay around 107.
The Springfield Public Works Department says new signs are up in certain parts of the city that may be prone to flooding.
You might say there wasn't a "biggest loser" at Sherman Elementary School.
Rauner says changes to worker's compensation, local government consolidation, and "right-to-work" zones must be addressed first