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Springfield Police are looking for help solving another armed robbery -- this time on the far west side.
Attorneys for state employees and retirees affected by Illinois' pension overhaul legislation will not get more time to file arguments.
Spokesman Lance Trover says a blind trust would violate Illinois ethics law because officeholders are required to disclose their investments in firms doing business in Illinois.
Senate GOP leader welcomes new leadership
10-percent boost sought
Help Wanted: Chatham School Superintendent
Rauner's motorcade was waiting at a red light to head west on East Randoph street when an accident occured at the intersection in front of them.
Julie Pittman currently serves as Chief Deputy County Clerk
State Senator Andy Manar says he's altering controversial school funding legislation to increase its chances of passage.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) is now in charge of legislation to end “corporate inversions.”
Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs is refusing to release an investigative report into sexual harassment allegations against his predecessor.
A central Illinois woman has pleaded guilty to mutilating a human body and concealing a homicide
Durbin to GOP: Ignore at your own peril
The Springfield Police Department's budget request for the next fiscal year includes money for body cameras.
A Springfield woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $400,000 from her former employer, Don Moss and Associates, a consulting and lobbying firm.
Enrollment at Benedictine University in Springfield has dropped 32 percent this spring compared to last year.
Bruce Rauner completed a furious first week as governor of Illinois. But his high-profile wife is not far behind.
Big deficits continue, says IGPA
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Some say race relations in Springfield may be improving