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Springfield hospitals not yet seeing cases
Another familiar name will be on next April's ballot
Prosecutors announced the teen will be tried as a juvenile.
A single car accident briefly snarled traffic on I-55 just south of the 6th Street split just after 3:00 Monday afternoon.
For the second straight quarter, the Springfield metro area came in as the state's most affordable place to live.
Illinois ranks in the middle of states when it comes to its obesity rate.
Decatur has put plans to drill wells to help supplement the local water supply on hold.
A committee formed to find a new city council coordinator will not meet as planned Monday afternoon.
The bureau brought some two dozen groups together to push negative comments during the “public comment period”.
Senior senator admits Dems have a fight on their hands this November
Procedural vote today in US Senate
CVS cuts sales; Illinois campuses are now no-smoking zones
Hinsdale's Mike Webster
Treasurer's online auction starts today
Does Illinois really have a migration problem? The answer depends on which political party you ask. Illinois has been ranked…
Gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner attempts to show frugality after being accused of being too rich to be governor.
Governor Quinn says workers compensation payout is down, but Illinois Manufacturers Association says more reform is needed.
Moody's Investors Services releases report showing Illinois' liability over revenue at 258 percent. Highest in nation.
Governor Quinn signs legislation allowing one business with political connections to get around liquor ban.
Thomson Prison has a new warden. Now the staffing begins. Hundreds of workers sought.