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The Springfield Fire Chief says two vehicles collided near a rail crossing. No trains were involved.
Springfield's new consolidated maintenance garage is, after a ceremonial ribbon cutting, open for business.
The governor-elect sounded like he was still on the campaign trail at the annual meeting of the Illinois Farm Bureau.
Lou Bertuca, 30, was hired by the agency's board on a 4-3 vote.
The new director of the Illinois Department of Agriculture should be a farmer, according to the Illinois Farm Bureau.
Pekin is deciding whether to conduct a study to determine if there would be a local market for Asian carp.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan asked the court last week to hasten its schedule for considering the case.
Peace of mind
Charging stations are coming to the Mother Road
Fewer kids enrolled in Preschool for All
State Rep: Wait until new governor takes office
It's worse than he thought, Rauner says
Nearly 100 newborn babies have survived because of Illinois' Safe Haven Law.
The first round of layoffs begin at Benedictine University in Springfield.
More than 350 police dogs across the country will be getting protective vests to wear while on duty.
Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner meets with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden at the White House.
Chicago Bulls Point Guard Derrick Rose wore an "I Can't Breathe" T-shirt during warmups Saturday night.
The Senate adopted a resolution Thursday to name the museum building on the state Capitol grounds in Springfield for former U.S. Sen. Alan Dixon.
Illinois students make cards for troops also in military and VA hospitals.
Durbin is convening a hearing Tuesday in Washington on “The State of Civil Rights in America.”