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Elwood police chief says rigs shortcut through town
GOP gubernatorial hopeful says putting assets in Caribbean did not affect his tax bill
Chicago pondering what to do
Logan County road becomes landing strip
People from across the country travel to tiny village of Bath
Three third graders inspire new law aimed at puppy mills.
Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Bruce Rauner criticizes Governor Quinn for choice of Agriculture Director
Illinois' State Commodity Boards announce election winners.
A man is accused of attempting to kill his female roommate for eating Chips Ahoy cookies for breakfast.
Jim Langfelder has announced his candidacy for Mayor of Springfield.
A University of Illinois index shows the state's economy continues to grow as it bounces back from the harsh winter.
Governor Quinn signs bills intended to increase protection of children in Illinois.
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) seems to have changed his tune when it comes to the child immigrants from Central…
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin comments on bills regarding the Highway Trust Fund and the VA passed before Congress leaves for August.
Whether President Obama winds up at the defense table or not, one of Illinois' Republican Congressmen is defending the move to sue him
Audit finds may seeking state-paid nursing home care have been waiting more than 90 days for a decision on their cases
Ex-lawmaker, ex-revenue chief co-write new book
IHPA is also short of cash
Sponsor: Current status is unofficial
Senators want to keep the pest out of the Great Lakes