Local » Page 14
Nobody hurt; distracted driver blamed
State Sen. Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale) will resign from the Senate to become chairman of the Regional Transportation Authority.
Another piece of Republican Bruce Rauner's plan to run state government has come out.
What appeared to be an improper leak of information from the Sangamon County Sheriff's Office is unfounded.
Thanks to federal money, some Springfield traffic lights are getting a new look.
A Republican lawmaker wants Gov. Pat Quinn to testify on the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative.
Sites won't close but will cut hours after Labor Day
Comcast is talking with the city of Springfield to extend its franchise agreement, but some aldermen worry about Comcast's customer service.
Gov. Pat Quinn's scandal-plagued anti-violence initiative directed thousands of dollars to a program for ex-offenders that never existed.
A Springfield woman who dismembered her husband and left his remains in rural Mechanicsburg has been sentenced to 78 years in prison.
American military will not solve 1300-year debate
Election board chair: I don't think they'll be able to validate petition signatures
Certification program brings reimbursement
Lucas museum picks Chicago
Athletics, student paper to benefit
Out in the open? Don't be the tallest thing out there
Some Springfield aldermen have questions about tax increment financing money for a downtown redevelopment project.
The Sangamon County Sheriff's Office is trying to figure out if there are leaks in its department.
Two workers have died from carbon monoxide poisoning at an agricultural products plant in Pekin.
Illinois has been adding electric cars to its fleet