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U.S. Senator Mark Kirk says now that Republicans are in control, they should reverse regulations on carbon dioxide.
Governor Pat Quinn outlines his legacy, as he leaves office.
Critics say it won't be easy for Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner to fulfill his campaign promises.
A woman pleads with outgoing Governor Pat Quinn to issue medical marijuana licenses before he leaves office.
Governor Pat Quinn signs legislation making several changes to Illinois' election law.
Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner tells audience "We're going to turn this state around."
Experts say losing the Rams NFL team would be more of a psychological impact for St. Louis, than economical.
Quinn signs bill today that will also allow Election Day voter registration.
Bruce Rauner and wife, Diana, will not be able to control their investment funds while in office.
IL Community College Board Director Karen Hunter Anderson gives proposal a thumbs up, but doesn't expect Congress to pass the bill.
Christine Radogno says lawmakers will wait to see what Gov-Elect Rauner's team suggests for the remainder of the fiscal year before taking any action on the budget.
Gov. Pat Quinn has pardoned a man who spent more than a decade in prison before DNA evidence cleared him in the 1993 murder of his girlfriend.
A committee advising Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner has issued recommendations for his first 100 days in office.
New charges have been filed against the former head of St. John's Children's Hospital director Margaret "Peggy" Curtin.
Springfield has become the second city in Illinois to welcome Uber to town.
“Senate Bill 16 absolutely gutted the Chicago suburbs,” Radogno said.
His administration had promised the decision by the end of 2014 but still hasn't made it.
800,000 Illinoisans enrolled under Affordable Care Act
Senator ties outgoing governor to imprisoned predecessor
Trade with Cuba could be a job creator