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Illinois businesses, particularly manufacturers, are hopeful Congress will re-authorize the Export-Import Bank this week.
The commission has lost both state and federal funding.
Background checks are now required of all student teachers.
Mitsubishi Motors and the United Auto Workers say they will work together to look for a buyer for the central Illinois plant the company plans to close.
Illinois tourism officials say the state saw a 3.5 percent increase in visitors during 2014.
A Springfield man is expected to live after police say he was shot on his left side Sunday night.
Retired worker says he received a call asking about the possibility of working in the interim if there's a strike.
"Carried away," he says.
Portion control is the key, expert says
Advocates say administration really wants to cut funding
Springfield, others have private contracts for public arenas
Unfilled youth permits can be used in the first weekend of firearm season
Kentucky man waved gun at Wisconsin trucker along I74
Family and friends of an Illinois woman found dead in a Texas jail are remembering her as a “courageous voice”…
George Sheldon says DCFS already "implementing changes to better serve children".
Relief would provide low-interest loans to Illinois Farmers who've suffered crop damage due to flooding.
Bill has passed both House and Senate and is effective immediately. Governor Rauner has signed the bill.
Mitsubishi Motors is done in Normal. The company has announced plans to halt productions at its plant on Nov. 30.…
A retired political analyst is still keeping his head in the game by suggesting it's Democrats with the less-than-stellar political legacy, especially as the state budget impasse drags o
An Illinois appellate court has upheld a county judge's decision that state employees should get full pay even during the state's budget crisis.