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Heavy rains close some roads in Springfield
Vallas wants Rauner to come clean; Rauner accuses Quinn campaign of throwing up distractions
Significance: Illinois is one of only twelve states testing everybody
The public will likely get a chance to weigh in on potential zoning changes as medical marijuana rules take effect.
Rauner is publicly calling upon Illinois' appellate and Supreme Courts to approve a term limit referendum
Proposal would base funding on need, not student population
Springfield Police are investigating what they say was an "agitated man" on an SMTD bus.
The state has its first human case of West Nile virus of the year.
Amon Paul Carlock died after struggle with jailers
Resists calls from other Republicans to scrap it
Many soybean farmers could use another rain or two
Franks: No more privatization
By most accounts, another school year in Springfield got underway without major problems
Diversity in the police force may help Illinois cities avoid violent protests like those happening in a St. Louis suburb, according to U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-Ill.).
Circumstances surrounding the disappearance and death continue
A 30 year old suburban Chicago man is dead following a single-car crash about a half hour north of Springfield.
New study puts a face on area hunger
A tentative settlement has been reached between Schnucks and credit or debit card users that may have been affected by a months-long security breach.
"Fuzzy" math costing state money
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