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"Marsy's Law" people say the idea will use up resources
Feb. 29 is new date for murder-for-hire case
The Springfield City Council is mixed on the matter of restructuring electric rates in the hopes of keeping the utility in favor with bond holders and bond rating agencies.
Retiring Illinois Auditor General William Holland makes a habit of not issuing news releases or even talking to the media. But, some habits get broken.
Neither of the two arrested are UIS students.
Indigenous People's Day instead of Columbus Day.
Chief Bill Marass says the man knocked on at least three doors on Vernon Drive sometime around midnight.
Honeywell-Hobbs may meet the wrecking ball.
John Kasich stopped in Chicago.
The state is hosting about fifteen foreign buyers on a “reverse trade mission."
President David Glassman says layoffs and furloughs have helped the school cut its budget deficit from $13 million to $1 million.
The "Civil War Tech" series starts Saturday.
Murder for hire alleged
Harvest progress approaches one-third mark; conditions remain 55 percent good-to-excellent
Alma mater is University of Chicago
Mayor also concerned about state museum
Students say "It Can Wait."
The Illinois Secretary of State's office, effective immediately, will no longer send you a postcard telling you your sticker is about to expire.
Police still need help figuring out the details of a stabbing incident Sunday on the University of Illinois-Springfield campus.
The hush-money case against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert may not go to trial.