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The first of ten ward meetings is held.
Chairman James Bruner says the board has decided to "go in a different direction."
Raymond Schrode, 33, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on charges of Sexual Exploitation of Minor and Possession of Child Pornography.
Sangamon County Circuit Clerk Paul Palazzolo says he will keep trying to make getting or updating a passport easier.
The Ninth Street rail underpass is back open and operational, and while the inconvenience is gone for drivers, the same can't be said for train passengers.
Investigators classified the shooting as self-defense.
Springfield Police say a man was shot near downtown Monday afternoon.
The state treasurer’s office, due to a lawsuit, can’t audit an insurance company to make sure policy holders are getting their life insurance benefits.
Report: 2011 changes are taking hold Gov's office: Not enough and not fast enough
Democrats vie to take on Sen. Kirk
Lawmakers: The state's largest city is an economic engine, but everyone must work together
A public health threat, group suggests
Insurance company squeeze is to blame, they say
SJ-R: Non-life-threatening injuries
General Assembly has 9 percent approval rating
A new graduate's employer can help pay off a student loan. That's already available, but a bill proposed by Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis would make that tax-free for both worker and employer.
Less than 25 percent of students scored high enough in each subject to be considered ready for college classes in all those areas.
Friday night, Springfield police took 20-year-old Darrion T. Harris into custody for the October 14th shooting death of William Dougherty.
A 40-year-old Naperville man is being called a hero after helping several members of a family escape from their van after it rolled over and landed upside-down in a pond.