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"Jovial" remark in e-mail
The Illinois State Fair has renamed a trophy in honor of the late Wilbur "Webb" Parlier.
Kirk says Memorial offers better stroke care than Chicago-area hospitals
More education needs to be provided
The state’s unemployment rate is now down to 6.8 percent.
Rauner pledges financial support to candidates statewide
Symptoms don't always show up immediately
Wednesday night shooting leaves one wounded
Campaign attempts to return to ballot
Concerns about Mahomet Aquifer
A refugee from a Monopoly game provided the comic relief Wednesday during a brief Governor's Day program on the Director's Lawn at the Illinois State Fair
A developer who wanted to turn the site of the old Esquire Theater at South Grand Ave. East and MacArthur Ave. into a strip mall has pulled his plans off the table.
Springfield Police are looking for help solving a robbery at a west side shaved ice stand.
Springfield-area home sales dipped slightly in July after flirting with record territory in June.
Mental health experts hope the death will spur more open conversation
Republican state lawmakers believe the troubled Neighborhood Recovery Initiative is alive - and still getting millions in state funds.
Thursday is GOP Day
Governor expecting lawmakers to take up the resolution this fall
Paul Reynolds, 47, of Mansfield, is the vitcim
The Republican candidate for Illinois governor placed a winning bid on a champion steer at the Illinois State Fair.