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Proposals gained little traction in 2014
State average is $7190 per acre
Boundaries won't be drawn any time soon
Red tape for school registrations streamlined
The Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs says it's able to handle the surge of female vets.
Gov. Pat Quinn has vetoed legislation that would’ve made it more difficult for members of the public to obtain large…
GOP candidate for governor Bruce Rauner says he'll keep working to get term limits on the November ballot even though it was overruled in court. Rauner also denied any wrongdoing for pulling strings to get his daughter in to a selective enrollment Chicago high school.
Gov. Pat Quinn has through Monday to act on the state’s budget. Quinn is expected to sign the $35.7 billion…
Another strange twist in the guv campaign
Springfield rate drops by nearly 1% from last year
A Cook County judge has ruled that signature-driven ballot measures calling for legislative term limits and a new political redistricting process can't appear on the November ballot.
A ruling on whether Illinois' pension overhaul law is constitutional could be delayed until next year.
Rep: Rauner would have us going backward.
Crimes in Kankakee County; sentencing in federal court at Springfield
Sponsor: This will help schools know what to do
Governor: Rauner's the one benefiting
Dozens affected turn out for informational meeting
Springfield's future Kidzeum of Health and Science is well on its way to a target opening date of next summer thanks, in part, to two sizable donations.
History is literally being dug up near downtown Springfield
Gov. Pat Quinn says he has no intentions of testifying about the scandal-laden anti-violence program he started in 2010.