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Income tax rate set to roll back in three weeks
Firearm season over, others lie ahead
Will the selection of a new Illinois comptroller pose a constitutional crisis?
The Supreme Court is allowing an accelerated hearing into the state's pension overhaul law.
City will not bear costs of demolition
The rate will fall from 5 percent to 3.75 percent at the beginning of the year, and Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner says his budget will be based on that figure.
Burns says there is a conflict of interest
Leaders statewide remember the late comptroller Topinka.
Some older vehicles will be kept in reserve
The City Council spent nearly an hour combing the ordinance, which updates city code to allow for the position.
Some residents complain about "mystery"
They're partying like it's 1865. Or 2005.
Protests continue over the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police officers. But when will the protests end and progress take hold?
Four people were injured, one seriously, in a house fire near 10th and Ash in Springfield early Tuesday morning.
What Illinois Republicans are labeling a patronage scandal is anything but, according to Gov. Pat Quinn.
The decision not to call Dr. Eric Whitaker to testify was announced Tuesday, a day after Judge Richard Mills declared Whitaker a "hostile witness."
The board decided to hire Richard Wilson at an emergency meeting Saturday.
Former Kincaid Mayor Doug Thomas will face two trials for two charges incurred during his time as mayor.
Bertuca appointment a parting gift
Harder than it sounds, IFB prez sez